The KnowHow EdTech conference was conducted for the first time in 2016, with great success. In December 2016 Stavanger adopted their smart city strategy, in which education and knowledge is one of the priority areas. It is crucial for our region to get the educational sector involved, to see the potential in educational technology to succeed in becoming a smart region. Through the merger with the Nordic Edge Expo conference in 2017 we will establish a Nordic arena for KnowHow EdTech throughout the Nordic countries; to educate and develop talents.
The target group for educational technology is threefold: those who work in the classrooms and principals, at all school levels. In addition, those who work with competence in business. And last, but not least is the politicians who creates the conditions.
We provide you with the best regional, national and international speakers. What are the innovations and trends and benchmark and driving forces in what’s going on in education? The pupils in lower- and higher education will be technology-skilled employees when they enter the job market and have certain expectations to how to work together through efficient use of technology.
We offer a variety of parallell sessions, or practical workshops that is: Best practice of both G Suite for Education and Office 365, Governance models, Games for teaching, Machine learning and Individual learning paths. Remember to sign up for one session before - and one session after lunch!
We are pleased to announce that Tobias Heiberg Jørgensen will be this year’s conference moderator at the KnowHow EdTech conference. Tobias is the Head of the Teacher Education Programme at Playful Learning at Københavns Professionshøjskole.
A few years ago, award- winning journalist Ginger Gorman and her family, suffered the effects of online hate first-hand. Her series of articles on trolling for newspapers in Australia became some of the most read stories. She will share her story and advice on social media self-defence on KnowHow EdTech 2019.
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