IMPACT EdTech, the start-up incubator-accelerator for education innovation implemented within the Horizon2020 programme of the European Commission, organises on Wednesday 10 June at 4 pm a free of charge information session about effective tools and strategies to involve students in online didactics.
The issue of distance learning will be dealt with from a pedagogical and commercial perspective linked to the importance of educational technologies.
The challenges the school is facing in this phase of coronavirus emergency, the new type of commitment required by students, the accessibility of distance learning for students with special needs, and the still widespread lack of digital skills, will be also discussed.
Among the experts called to intervene, there will be the Indire and IUL researcher Letizia Cinganotto. There will be also Dionis Guzmán, director of ISDI in Barcelona, Thierry de Vulpillières, CEO of EvidenceB-KidsCode and Tullia Urschitz, professor of science at the Steam International High School in Bologna and Rovereto. The session will be moderated by Lucie Milcient, FundingBox project manager.