EMINENT 2015: STEM in Education and Life
EMINENT is the Experts Meeting in Education Networking annual event organised by European Schoolnet (EUN). It brings experts in education, Ministries representatives and other stakeholders to discuss the latest trends in education and technology. EMINENT 2015 was focused on Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) in Education and Life.
Dates and location: Barcelona, 19 – 20 November 2015 Venue: Telefonica Tower
Unified approach to e-Learning: Making education more inclusive through ICT
THU, NOV 12, 2015 AT 9:00 AM, Filoxenia Conference Centre, Nicosia, Cyprus
Technology, especially through personalisation of the learning process and creation of learning motivation environments, is a game changer as far as improving the learning opportunities of disadvantaged learners. ICT can facilitate:
- new approaches to developing educational content which is based on inclusion rather than separation.
- educational content made accessible to all learners despite of learning difficulties
Utilising new technologies and tools, both educators and learners can benefit in several ways.
The conference will discuss the topics of inclusive education and personalised learning through ICT. Distinguished speakers will present the latest trends in inclusion and personalised learning environments.
Safe Online: Behaviours, approaches and tools for a safer online environment
Take part in this free event where distinguished experts and the members of the IDentifEYE project will share their knowledge and experiences regarding safer Internet. An interesting event for both parents and educators. Event details: 08 September 2015, Presentations start @15:00. Location: Crowne Plaza Athens – City Centre, Michalakopoulou 50, 115 28, Athens
New survey finds parents and teachers struggle to keep kids safe online
A new survey, commissioned by legal experts Slater and Gordon and the Anti-Bullying Alliance, reveals that over half of children and young people in England (55.2%) accept cyber-bullying as part of everyday life, yet parents and teachers, the people they are likely to turn to for help, feel ill equipped to deal with the problem.