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    Wide Minds October 2013 Wide Minds October 2013 Document Transcript

    • Host: AN NO UN To sign up and register your CE participation in WIDE MINDS, ME ODENSE please visit our website NT 8-13 October 2013 www. wideminds.euWide Minds - The Human Face of Digital Learning 8th - 13th October 2013, at University College Lillebælt, Odense, Denmark FI RS To sign up for our T AN newsletter and register your N O participation in UN BILLUND NOCOGO, please CE visit our website www.NOCOGO.dk M EN T1st Nordic Congress on Obesity in Gynaecology and Obstetrics (NOCOGO) · 22 -24 October 2012, at Hotel Legoland, Billund, Denmark Developing more autonomous, reflective and enjoyable learning: exploring the role of ICT and the new Lifelong Learning Programme to enhance 1st Nordic21st learning in Congress on century schools Obesity in Gynaecology and Obstetrics (NOCOGO) Statue of H.C. Andersen Welcome to Odense in October 2013
    • Host: To sign up and register your participation in WIDE MINDS, ODENSE please visit our website 8-13 October 2013 www. wideminds.euWide Minds - The Human Face of Digital Learning 8th - 13th October 2013, at University College Lillebælt, Odense, Denmark The philosophy of Wide Minds Conference Objectives Demonstrate how ICT can be an ideal medium to assist in the transition Set up international professional learning communities focussed on shared from the traditional role of the teacher as the “sage on the stage” to that of facili- priorities. tator of learning, “the guide on the side” Disseminate the lessons learnt from the Wide Minds Multilingualism and Video- Demonstrate how ICT can support and encourage the development of transferable conferencing action research projects. skills including entrepreneurship and creativity as well as lead to more autono- mous , stimulating and reflective learning. Share the good practice and experiences of teachers already involved with WiMi-supported projects. Provide teachers with practical training to develop their digital skills and boost their confidence to embed the use of ICT in the classroom. Introduce participants to the opportunities available through the new Lifelong Learning Programme and assist them in finding suitable partners for international Explore how the use of iPads has been successfully integrated in teaching and collaboration and mobility. learning in schools in Denmark and Austria. Promote benefits of networking on a local, regional and international level. Learn about the Danish education system Raise awareness of the potential impact to whole school communities Participate in “learning walks” in local schools with different foci relevant where possible to participants’ stated priorities to maximise the opportunities for in depth of involvement in both virtual and face to face international partnerships. professional dialogue. Notice of interest To sign up and register your participation in WIDE MINDS, please visit our website www. wideminds.eu Contact person: John Kraaer · Tel nr: + 45 40 50 99 28 · E-mail: joak@ucl.dk THE EUROPEAN UNION The European Regional Development Fund Investing in your future