The programme includes the contribution of top experts from the research and the academic worlds, who will share their insights on how to improve your digital skills and make the most of your creativity in teaching. The conference is targeted at educational policymakers, EdTech research centres, teacher educators, in-service and pre-service teachers.

For further information about the event travel and registrations, please visit https://docent-project.eu/conference.

Registrations are open until 20 September 2019.

European round table – powered by SOLIDAR Foundation and eucen will take place on 25 September in the European Parliament.  The guest will be discussing the state of play and possible next steps in validation of prior learning of newcomers – a central topic of Erasmu+ Project VINCE.
Newcomers are often prevented from enjoying their rights by many legal and practical barriers. This also represents an obstacle to their integration in hosting societies. One of the main challenges newcomers face is that, although […]

This meeting of the European Parliament Interest Group on Lifelong Learning will focus on “life skills”: the range of abilities that help individuals to adapt to and deal effectively with the demands of everyday life. Such skills cover so-called “ soft” or transversal skills including creativity, critical thinking, problem-solving, decision-making, the ability to communicate and interact with others, or even the ability to learn as a skill in itself, as well as the capabilities needed to carry out practical, […]