Every month, the European Digital Education Hub highlights a specific theme in digital education and offers activities for its members. In September it’s looking at transformative leadership.
Why transformative leadership matters
In the rapidly evolving landscape of digital education, the role of transformative leadership has become more important than ever before Our focus on this month’s theme aims to provide educators, policy makers and all other stakeholders across education sectors with guidance, resources and opportunities for discussion.
Knowledge building activities
- Issuing Digital Micro-Credentials
12 September 14:00-15:30 CET
Education providers will learn how to issue digital micro-credentials to anyone at any stage of their lifelong learning journeys.
Find the agenda and more information on the speakers in the ”Knowledge Building” channel.
- Digital Education Leadership: Leading Today for Tomorrow’s Unscripted World
26 September, 14:00-15:30 CET
This event targets senior leaders, emerging leaders, and those with responsibility for digital education at all institutional levels. It is also relevant to a wide range of European educators with an interest in digital education and how their institutions can strategically respond to the challenges and opportunities to define their own learning futures.
Find more information in the ”Knowledge Building” channel.
The Hub’s accelerator programme supports innovative solutions and prototypes in the field of digital education. The 2023 edition started this June and provides mentoring opportunities for 8 projects over the course of the next 6 months.
We interviewed two participants and learned about their projects. Meet two of the participants from the Digital Education Accelerator 2023 edition. More interviews will follow in the coming weeks.
Ask me anything session
The next AMA session will take place online in the Hub on 19 September, 13:00-14:00 CET. It will focus on Embracing artificial intelligence to ease the workload of teachers.
You will have opportunity to ask your questions exclusively on the Hub to Inge de Waard, learning strategist at EIT InnoEnergy.
The Hub’s Reading Corner provides a broad display of resources on the latest research in digital education.
In September, you can find best practices on topics like
- European Multiple MOOC Aggregator (EMMA)
- Cultivating Social and Emotional Learning in Education
- Digital change makers
- Ethics of AI in Teaching and Learning
Find out more in the Hub’s Reading Corner (access available to Hub members only).
Register to the Hub
All the activities above are only available to Hub members.
If you haven’t signed up yet, it’s easy and completely for free! Hub membership will be granted within 5 working days.
Source: European Commission | European Education Area (https://shorturl.at/bdknY)