Happy New Year!
We do not stop with our activities, new year, new opportunities as well as new challenges!
We cordially invite you to the New Education Forum Linz “Transition towards digital learning – national and international perspectives”, which will take place in Austria in a hybrid formula – 19th of January 2023.
The New Education Forum in Linz 2023 will present overall conceptual framework of the Mentor 2.0 project, overview of the project results and outcomes in each participating country and impact at regional, national and European levels.
During the regional New Education Forum Linz we will focus our attention on these challenges and three main related topics:
- New teacher role: transition, institutional readiness – How can a paradigm change occur in the educational system?
- Digitalisation and Inclusion – How can the introduction of digital media to classroom work support changes and enhance inclusive pedagogy?
- National and international perspectives of Teachers’ Academies.
We invite you to register for the event: https://gtn-solutions.com/en/anmeldung-new-education-forum
AGENDA OF THE EVENT
8:30 – 9.00 Registration
PH OÖ, 6th floor, Forum Stadtpark (map: https://goo.gl/maps/1wqvTukK6DLs8mYR9)
Barbara SIMETZBERGER, Sarah ABENTHEUER
9.00 – 9:10 Welcoming Statements
- Walter VOGEL, Dean of Pedagogical University College Upper Austria
9.10 – 10.30 Panel I: New teacher role: transition, institutional readiness – How can a paradigm change occur in the educational system?
Moderation: Joanna BOCHNIARZ, General Director, Center for Innovative Education. Panel opening:
presentation of the Erasmus+ Program, Mentor 2.0 Curriculum, the concept of the platform and online
learning programs – the potential of reuse and transferability of Mentor 2.0.
- Michael CSNOGRADY, Center of Educational Management and Executive Development
- Karin STEPPAN, Educational Authority Upper Austria
- Eva ANNAU, COOL-network
- Kerstin ATZMÜLLER-RIESER, Academic School EuropaGym, Linz
Format: general discussion on lead questions, then facilitated Questions and Answers session. Audience with participating students and teachers, online-participants with recorded sessions.
10.30 – 11.00 Networking break
11.00 – 12.30 Panel II: Digitalisation and Inclusion – How can the introduction of digital media to classroom work support changes and enhance inclusive pedagogy?
Moderation: Andreas RIEPL, eEducation. Panel opening: Expert forum with national project team members, policy makers, and experts in the School Education field. Presentation of the method, its objectives, activities, expected results, execution phases. Presentation of the focus group reports and impact at regional, national and European levels.
- Tobias BUCHNER, Institute for Inclusive Pedagogy, Pedagogical University Upper Austria
- Stefano COBELLO, PhD, Coordinator of European Pole of Knowledge, national network, Italy
- Dr Christian KORUNKA, Department of Occupational, Economic and Social Psychology, University of Vienna
- Christian WENZI, Education Lead Microsoft Austria
12.30 – 14.00 Lunch break
14.00 – 15.30 Panel III: National and international perspectives of Teachers’ Academies.
How can networks of teacher education providers be involved in creating innovative strategies for continuous professional development for teachers and schools?
Moderation: Jorge GIMENO PAWLOWSKI, Atland Consulting Director
- Michael TEUTSCH, Head of Unit, DG Education, Youth, Sport and Culture,Directorate B – Youth, Education and Erasmus+, European Commission
- Kurt SÖSER, Entrepreneur, teacher trainer, international IT didactics specialist
- Elena MILLI, relational psychotherapist and project manager for Europole, public body, Italy
- Niels DEJONG, Head of Institute International Cooperations and Study Programs, Pedagogical University Upper Austria
- Stephan WABA, Federal Ministry of Education, Research and Science, Department Präs/16, IT-Didactics
15:30 – 16.00 Questions from the audience
16:00 – 17.00 Summary and closing remarks