Each month, the European Digital Education Hub selects a specific theme and plans activities for its members, like online discussions and dedicated working groups.
What is a hackathon?
A hackathon is a collaborative event, during which participants come together to develop innovative solutions to specific problems, typically related to technology, computer programming, or other digital creative fields.
Hackathons can be valuable component of digital education because they:
- provide a practical experience
- encourage problem-solving and creativity
- promote teamwork
- are helpful with time management learning
The theme is connected to the DigiEduHack initiative.
The activities of the Hub are only accessible to it members. Scroll down to register.
Knowledge building activities
Webinar: “When will the Data and Technology Inspire Education?”
3 October 2023 – 14.00 CET
Guest experts will discuss how can learning analytics and data driven learning design can inspire education, and how such solutions would look like.
Info session on DigiEduHack
4 October 14.30-15.30 CET
During the session, participants will learn about:
- the DigiEduHack initiative
- how to organise a hackathon
- the advantages of participating in a hackathon
The session is open to all education sectors and anyone who wants to be part of the DigiEduHack community.
Teachers as Researchers Week
9-11 October 2023
During the “Teachers as Researchers weeks”, educators work together to find solutions for challenges they face in their daily professional roles. All educators, including teachers, school principals, instructional designers, and coaches, from various sectors, are welcome to participate. The October edition will take place 9-11 October and will contain a discovery workshop on hackathons.
The first cohort of the Accelerator Programme is a success! You can follow the journey of the 8 selected projects:
“Ask Me Anything” (AMA) session
The next AMA session will take place online in the Hub on 13 October, 14:00-15:00 CET. It will focus on Digital Education in Prison.
Daiana Huber from Center For Promoting Lifelong Learning will share her knowledge and experience on the topic with member of the European Digital Education Hub.
The Hub’s Reading Corner offers a wide range of resources covering the most recent research in digital education.
In October, you can explore articles on subjects such as:
- Digital music education
- A methodological STEAM toolkit for schools
- Innovative teaching through digital technologies
- Digital assessments in higher education
Sign up for the Hub
The activities of the European Digital Education Hub are available only to its members.
If you haven’t registered yet, it’s simple and completely free! You’ll receive Hub membership within 5 working days.
Source: European Commission | European Education Area (https://shorturl.at/fhyCT)