Discover all the events and register for as many as you wish!
With LLLP | 15.30 – 17.30 | >>> REGISTER
To kick-start the LLLWeek 2021, we invite you to discover the Lifelong Learning Platform and our annual position paper on ‘The changing nature of evaluation in education and its impact on learners’ wellbeing’. Be prepared for an interactive discussion – and for the Reception that will follow!
With EFIL, OBESSU, ATEE, EEE-FYU | 10.00 – 11.30 | >>> REGISTER
This event aims to explore the specific case of assessment of learning outcomes of study abroad in upper secondary school, to reflect on the need for teachers to implement formative and flexible assessment.
With OBESSU | 12.00 – 14.00 | >>> REGISTER
This online event will be an opportunity to bring together student representatives and policymakers, to give the former a platform to share ideas, perspectives and experiences. Its final aim is that of collecting insights and experiences from a variety of stakeholders for a manifesto tackling the issue of well-being in education and assessments.
With DARE | 15.00 – 16.30 | >>> REGISTER
Through this workshop, we ask what a pedagogy for wellbeing in the digital sphere should include. What could education and policy do in order to make people feel well in this digital transformation? In the psycho-social domain as well as in regard to learning about digital transformation?
With DLearn | 16.30 – 18.00 | >>> REGISTER
Assessment of learning outcomes and recognition of skills go hand in hand in the workplace. This event will pave the way for transitioning from traditional skills to digital skills.
With ECSWE | 17.00 – 18.30 | >>> REGISTER
This workshop seeks to map the blind spots of DigComp with regards to well-being; share a good practice example of a competence-based Waldorf media curriculum; disseminate and collect ideas for a coordinated approach to digital media education between teachers and parents when it comes to preserving the well-being of pupils in schools.
With DARE | 11.00 – 12.30 | >>> REGISTER
Civil society’s role in European societies is invaluable. And yet, its members and workers are an under-acknowledged gear to democratic processes. Through this workshop, we want to shed light on their wellbeing, their working and economic conditions, to provide recommendations on how to ensure that they operate in the best environments.
With LLLP and EAEA | 14.30 – 16.00 | >>> REGISTER
Education and training are considered key to addressing the Twin Transitions, labour-market changes, and for broader societal issues for instance related to digital media literacy too. However, education and training institutions and providers will only be able to deliver on these expectations if there are the means to do so.
With EPA | 16.30 – 18.00 | >>> REGISTER
This workshop will aim to give parents the information and tools at hand that can support their own learning in this field but more specifically help them to contribute to their children’s media education and online wellbeing.
With SOLIDAR Foundation and ESU | 11.00 – 12.30 | >>> REGISTER
This event highlights how the current goal of education, and implicitly of evaluation, has been reframed to put the interests of the labour market and businesses ahead of the well-being of learners. It seeks to provide an overview of the process of commodification and privatization of education, using the way evaluation has been conceived at the moment as a case study.
With EfVET | 14.00 – 15.00 | >>> REGISTER
This workshop will examine how EU-OSHA’s current Healthy Workplaces Campaign: Lighten the Load provides an ideal opportunity for VET and Occupational Safety and Health (OSH) professionals across Europe to create new partnerships and synergies around the prevention of musculoskeletal disorders and the promotion of wellbeing for today’s and tomorrow’s workforce.
With EUROCLIO | 15.00 – 16.30 | >>> REGISTER
In this active workshop, we will discuss with participants and panellists how formative assessment can become a tool to improve and personalise the learning process. In particular, we will focus on the interaction between students and teachers in the process of formative assessment: how do we let students in on the secrets of formative assessment? How do we keep assessment an open process?
With L4WB-F and ECSWE | 10.00 – 12.00 | >>> REGISTER
This event will illustrate with real-life examples how evaluation in education can change for the better and how enhanced well-being can be demonstrated across the learning community constituted by a school. Interested to develop the conversation further? Have a look at the Post QoC Agenda, to start right after this event!