Compartimos la nueva entrega de elearningeuropa.info (Noviembre 2011):
|Highlights of the month|
|New community: Gender Equalities in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math).
Join the community and participate in the forum! How to fight and valorise practices that will help stakeholders to implement actions for promoting the participation of girls into STEM careers? Practitioners and experts into gender stereotypes are invited to reflect on possible actions that could be developed to reverse the situation, articulating indicators for supporting policy reflection and guide good practices mainly in teachers’ and parental support to girls towards choices of careers in STEM and related fields. Read more.
|eLearning Papers in Online Educa Berlin 2011.
Creative Learning Environments will be the focus of the session to be headed by Lieve Van Den Brande , Tapio Koskinen, and Gráinne Conole at Online Educa Berlin, on 1 December 2011.
|Call for Papers: Change in Education.
Present your paper at the ESSIE Annual Convention 2012 and be included in the official ISBN publication: "ESSIE Annual Convention 2012: Change in Education”. Papers can be submitted on the themes presented on the website. Read more.
|IPTS Study: The Future of Learning: Preparing for Change.
The report aims to identify, understand and visualise major changes to learning in the future. It developed a descriptive vision of the future, based on existing trends and drivers, and a normative vision outlining how future learning opportunities should be developed to contribute to social cohesion, socio-economic inclusion and economic growth. Read more.
|Event: EDEN 2012 Annual Conference – Open Learning Generations. The upcoming EDEN 2012 Annual Conference will take place within the context of the European Year on Active Ageing and Solidarity between Generations and it is entitled: OPEN LEARNING GENERATIONS, Closing the Gap from Generation "Y" to the Mature Lifelong Learners. The date announced is 6 – 9 June 2012 and it will be held in Porto, Portugal. Read more.|
|ORSEN: Online Resources for Special Education Needs. ORSEN is an exciting new project, funded under the European Lifelong Learning Programme, which focusses on the provision of innovative learning practices for special needs students from rural areas. Until October 2012, the project’s coordinators will collaborate on designing and delivering online resources aimed at giving SEN students, their parents and their teachers a fighting chance in an increasingly challenging education system. Read more.|
|Ongoing topics on the portal|
|Elearningeuropa.info at the Media & Learning 2011 conference|