RECORDINGS FROM THE SUMMIT
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|COPPER HALL||SILVER HALL||THE ARC|
|Welcome, Opening statement, Keynotes,|
Greetings from the Finnish Presidency.
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|Excellent training for excellent teachers continuous professional development for an attractive profession||The impact of wonders in a world with more screens than windows||Who is afraid of becoming a teacher what else matters beyond salaries?|
|Presentation of the 2019 Education and Traning Monitor|| || |
|Who is afraid of new technologies in the classroom the challenges of ICT and AI||Teaching foreign languages in schools a must or a luxury?|| |
|Full STE(A)M ahead how to make science more attractive in the EU?||Erasmus+ mobility for teachers and pupils from eTwinning to physical mobility||European Universities: a game changer for Higher Education in Europe?|
|Neurosciences brain based learning, the next evolution in education?||Teaching common values, promoting a common sense of belonging in diverse classrooms||A healthy lifestyle given or something to be taught?|
|Schools and companies why and how to bring them closer?||Vocational Excellence skills-ecosystem for innovation and social inclusion||The importance of regional and minority languages in Europe why they belong in the classroom and not museums|
|Closing remarks and way forward|| || |
Opening statement, Keynotes
Greetings from the Finnish Presidency.
|11:10 12:05||Excellent training for excellent teachers continuous professional development for an attractive profession|
|12:15 13:00||Presentation of the 2019|
Education and Traning Monitor
|14:30 15:20||Who is afraid of new technologies in the classroom the challenges of ICT and AI|
|15:30 16:20||Full STE(A)M ahead how to make science more attractive in the EU?|
|16:30 17:20||Neurosciences brain based learning,|
the next evolution in education?
|17:30 18:20||Schools and companies why and how to bring them closer?|
|18:30 18:50||Closing remarks and way forward|
|11:10 12:05||The impact of wonders in a world with more screens than windows|
|14:30 15:20||Teaching foreign languages in schools: a must or a luxury?|
|15:30 16:20||Erasmus+ mobility for teachers and pupils: from eTwinning to physical mobility|
|16:30 17:20||Teaching common values, promoting a common sense of belonging in diverse classrooms|
|17:30 18:20||Vocational Excellence: skills-ecosystem for innovation and social inclusion|
|11:10 12:05||Who is afraid of becoming a teacher: what else matters beyond salaries?|
|15:30 16:20||European Universities: a game changer for Higher Education in Europe?|
|16:30 17:20||A healthy lifestyle: given or something to be taught?|
|17:30 18:20||The importance of regional and minority languages in Europe: why they belong in the classroom and not museums|
Teachers first: excellence and prestige for the European Education Area
Tibor Navracsics, Commissioner for Education, Culture, Youth and Sport, will host the second European Education Summit on 26 September 2019 at SQUARE - Brussels Convention Centre, Place du Mont Des Arts, 1000 Brussels, Belgium. This second edition of the Summit will focus on the teaching profession and is entitled:
'Teachers first: excellence and prestige for the European Education Area'
What challenges are teachers facing today and what future developments do we need to anticipate? Are teachers adequately recognised by society? Do they receive the support they need? What is teachers’ role in bridging education and active participation in society and the labour market?
These are just some of the questions to be explored in a discussion led by teachers with ministers, academics and civil servants at this year’s European Education Summit.
During the Summit, Commissioner Navracsics will present the 2019 Education and Training Monitor. The Monitor investigates how well teachers are faring, and builds on the latest results of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s (OECD) Teaching and Learning International Survey data, among other research.
Alongside a number of in-depth discussions and keynote speeches, this year’s Summit will also include a workshop series entitled ‘The Classroom Experience’, which will examine innovative teaching methods and technology use enhancing modern learning experiences across Europe.
Due to limited capacity, the Summit is by invitation only, but there are plenty of ways in which you can keep up with what’s happening…
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On the run-up to, on and after 26 September 2019, we’ll be regularly updating this page to share insights from the 2019 European Education Summit.
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