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Principale conférence du continent européen sur l’éducation numérique, OEB 2015 discutera la possibilité d’un nouvel âge de l’apprentissage global et de la créativité dans lequel « tout est possible ».
En tant que directrice d’ICWE GmbH, entreprise organisatrice de conférences, Rebecca Stromeyer a confirmé que le rassemblement de cette année, du 2 au 4 décembre, mettra l’accent sur la modernité et la manière dont les personnes, organisations et sociétés peuvent utiliser les technologies de l’apprentissage pour garantir les bénéfices d’une « nouvelle ère de changement fondamental. ».
Global experts on education and technology will be in Berlin this week for a debate about how data is changing education.
Mass data collection, sharing and analysis affect everyone who uses technology. What does that mean for the way we learn? Is the focus on data corrupting education? Are we leaving enough space for creativity, imagination and the experience of the teacher? Should we just be glad thatdata can benefit teachers and students alike, helping to prevent learners from struggling unnoticed, picking the wrong classes and dropping out?