ROOM1 Workshops (30 participants)
ROOM 2 Workshops (30 participants)
The goal of the VPN project is creating a set of digital guides and materials aimed at supporting young people in developing their own digital projects and activities. These materials forming together a one-stop-shop support youth by enabling them to develop their business ideas online and thus supporting their entrepreneurial spirit and ambition. During this interactive workshop participants will become active agents in co-creating this one-stop-shop. They will have a chance to include their own ideas, experiences and inputs in the planned final product for European youth.
Agile2Learn introduces Agile Project Based Learning into secondary education as a new enhanced educational approach to promote the development of key transversal competencies needed in the 21st century. Participants will get to know our novel training course and innovative educational content aimed at upskilling educators and reinforcing their relevant skills and competences leading them to become agile educators. New paths of learning cannot be explored without new paths of teaching. Using agile methods in teaching has the immense possibility of making learners more flexible, dynamic, self-organized and team-oriented, if done right. During this workshop participants will not only hear about what we are creating in Agile2Learn, they will also be able to get actively involved in live-action agile methodology experiencing agility first-hand.
ROOM 3 – High level digital skills for adult workshops (30 participants)
Women4IT addresses the structural transformation of the labor market due to the growing digital society in which there are significantly less women than men. The project aims to empower young women across Europe to become part of the digital economy. Project partners have worked to equip women with a set of in-demand digital competencies and employability guidance. During the workshop participants will be introduced with the tools and methodologies developed within the project, provided with an insight of the impact assessment and the importance of employer involvement in young women development.
Networking apero for workshop participants (100 participants)
Informal networking dinner
Plenary keynote session 1 – European Commission
Head of Unit, Digital Education
DG EAC, European Commission
Keynote session 2 – Czech Government
Deputy Prime Minister for Digitisation and Minister of Regional Development (Czech Government)
Keynote session 3 – Stakeholders
Lead Western Europe
Microsoft Education Skills & Learning
Policy Discussion on Digital Transformation (5-6 panellists)
In light of the overall Summit narrative and the current rapid progress of the initiatives under the Digital Education Action Plan (DEAP), the policy discussion aims to bring together representatives from the European institutions, the private and the third sector. The on-going European Year of Youth is an important backdrop for the discussion alongside the recently adopted Council Recommendations on Individual Learning Accounts and on Micro-credentials, as well as the planned Council Recommendations on the provision of digital skills in education and training. Other initiatives also contribute to shaping the DIGITAL transition for ALL, like the New European Bauhaus and initiatives regarding policies around and the building of Digital Coalitions.
Networking coffee break
Ukrainian crisis: how digital skills can help integration?
During the sessions key best practices from the ALL DIGITAL network will be presented. The main aim will be to incorporate the already gained experience and draft few recommendations for how digital skills can help integration of Ukrainian asylum seekers and refugees within the European countries that are welcoming them.
A European Digital Skills Certificate – Launch of a feasibility study
Four parallel panel workshops:
Networking coffee break
ALL DIGITAL Highlights
Opening and keynote session
Mayor of Prague
Vice President for Education, Kralovehradecky region
Stakeholder panel discussion
Local stakeholders and supporters from Central European region, their bottom-up approach to digitalization in reaction to digital education policies.
Networking coffee break
Participants get an early glance in this workshop of soon-to-be published European Union Guidelines on how Europe can use Digital Literacy in the fight against disinformation. The guidelines are a practical tool for educators across subject areas and educational sectors who wish to address disinformation in their classroom. They aim to provide guidance for planning and teaching across a variety of educational settings. Lie Detectors and Vitor Tomé will share the expert consensus on the guidelines and their recommendations. Participants will then work in groups to identify and share hurdles and opportunities in fighting disinformation in an educational setting, and the role that EU guidelines and structures can and must play in this process.
Participants will receive a variety of materials and resources for reference and classroom work.