About this virtual gathering
We invite researchers, educators and policy-makers to come together from across the world and discuss ideas, practice and strategies on local traversing educational networks in the form of Open Schools – all in the light of the global health crisis. What happens to relations between educational actors when we are isolated? How can we work with the wellbeing and learning for both the individual and the society?
The global research group behind the NetEduProject hosts this meeting and will share experience with supporting schools to develop collaborative, trustful and innovative ecosystems – Key-note speaker: Professor Alan Daly University of San Diego.
The gathering will be virtual on the meeting platform Zoom from 16.30-18.00 (PM Copenhagen) – get access to the Zoom-video-link by writing an e-mail to Gitte Miller Balslev (email@example.com)
The NetEduProject is an international collaboration among researchers and practitioners working with education www.neteduproject.org. The core of the project is a cooperation between schools and communities and their ability to cooperate and co-create to meet local educational goals.
No fee for participating