#CICD International Digital Citizenship Conference

International Digital Citizenship Conference

Kursaal Congress Center. Donostia-San Sebastián.

Exploring the Digital Civilization

School 2.0 Now what?

The #CICD and the Summer Courses run by the University of the Basque Country are joining forces this year to analyse, in San Sebastián, the achievements so far and future challenges faces facing the integration of ICT in education.

School 2.0

Major discounts for teachers, students and the unemployed

The #CICD and the Summer Courses run by the University of the Basque Country are joining forces this year to offer two parallel joint events at the best possible price. The events will provide a thorough overview of some of the best experiences in the Basque Country of applying ICT in primary, secondary and university classrooms. Thanks to the agreement signed between the #CICD and the Summer Courses, participants attending both events can benefit from a significant discount.  There are various different discounts available for teachers, students and the unemployed (see prices). The events will be held in San Sebastián from 25 to 28 June, and joint registration for both will also grant you access to all the other activities offered by the #CICD. Register now!

Examples of transformation

As part of its series of  Summer Courses that are held every year in Miramar Palace, the University of the Basque Country has organised Seminar F.2, which aims to exchange experiences and assessments regarding the impact of the ongoing use of ICT in schools, and how this has transformed the classroom experience. The course features a number of real examples of how the use of Information and Communication Technology has transformed schools in Donostia-San Sebastián, Urnieta, Mutriku, Lekeitio and Getxo. See the full programme for Seminar F.2

Education 2.0 at the #CICD

Within the framework of the joint events, one of the #CICD’s thematic areas will be focusing on the impact of the Internet on teaching and education methods. Sessions will analyse how ICT influences school and university models, and how it has changed the role of teachers. They will also present a series of best practices. One of the highlights of the conference held in the Kursaal Conference Centre will be the talk given by Jessica Yuen, the director of the Khan Academy, the world’s leading practitioner of what is known as the “flipped classroom” technique. Another prominent speaker in this session is Kirsti Lonka, one of those responsible for designing the classroom of the future in Finland. Ms Lonka will be explaining how her country is responding to the digital challenge by implementing one of the most prestigious educational models in the world.  See the full programme of the #CICD

Register now for both the #CICD and Seminar F.2 at a discount price


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