“Digital competence for inclusion: a vital challenge for 21st-century schools, teachers and students”
To stay ahead of technological developments, teachers and school systems must find and refine the qualities that are truly human, and that complement, not compete with, capacities we have created in our computers. How can technology help build 21st century learning environments and work organisations that support all students, teachers and schools in their learning and development? How can technology best enhance pedagogy, the development of the teaching profession and teacher professional collaboration? How can digitalization, including the use of social media, become part of an inclusive curriculum? How can evaluation enhance the digital competence of students, teachers and schools?
How can Artificial Intelligence help close rather than amplify learning gaps and cater for the needs of students and teachers? How can the experts in learning – teachers – be at the centre of decision making about progress in education?