Learning by Questions, the new teaching and learning programme created by ed-tech pioneer Tony Cann CBE, will feature in the Future Classroom Lab exploration area at European Schoolnet’s EMINENT 2017 Conference.
Learning by Questions is a partner of European schoolnet’s Future Classroom Lab in Brussels, which challenges teachers and policy makers to explore the essential elements in delivering 21st century learning.
Now in its 20th year, with delegates from 31 Ministries of Education, the EMINENT Conference taking place on 15-17 November is a key event in the discussion and development of European education policies and is strictly by invitation only.
Guests to the conference will be able to get hands-on experience of Learning by Questions as well as educational products from their fellow partners, an elite line-up including Google Education, Microsoft and LEGO Education.
‘‘We are delighted to feature Learning by Questions at our Eminent conference in November, as we share their mission to improve education through a pedagogy based on timely feedback and intervention. We look forward to collaborating further in the future’’ said Marc Durando, Executive Director of European Schoolnet.
Tony Cann said “We believe that children have so much more potential than we have previously been able to harness. The answer lies in the kind of pedagogy and technology that doesn’t suffocate teachers but enhances and extends their effectiveness so that every child is fully supported to learn, without increasing teachers’ workload. European Schoolnet’s EMINENT Conference and Future Classroom Lab are where these new approaches can be discovered, shared and discussed, and we are very proud to have been invited to attend.”
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