DER’s Neil Selwyn is giving a series of talks in Europe in the first half of May. These begin and end with two high profile keynotes. Skolriksdag is the Swedish annual ‘parliament for schools’ – a public event where 2,500 school leaders, policymakers and officials gather to debate education issues. The Weizenbaum Conference in Berlin is a major international meeting hosted by the Weizenbaum Institute (Germany’s institute for internet research).
>> Tuesday May 7th – Digital technology in schools: time to choose wisely. Keynote presentation to Skolriksdag 2019, Stockholm
>> Wednesday May 8th – What every teacher needs to know about digital technology … From ‘state-of-the art’ to ‘state-of-the-actual.Invited seminar presention to Faculty of Education & Society seminar series, Malmö University
>> Thursday May 9th – Should AI replace teachers? AI and the future of education. Invited seminar presentation to DPU Aarhus University seminar series, Copenhagen
>> Friday May 10th – A brief history of EdTech (1989-2049). Invited seminar presentation to UCL Institute of Education, London
>> Thursday May 16th – The enduring challenge of digital inequalities … and what we might do about it! Keynote presentation to the 2nd Weizenbaum Conference, Berlin