Citizens’ Panel: 21 recommendations to expand learning mobility for all
150 citizens representing all 27 EU countries offered suggestions for improving accessibility and promoting learning mobility with Europe.
These suggestions will help the Commission in its efforts to create a policy proposal for a Council recommendation that will support promoting learning mobility for all individuals throughout the European Education Area.
Read the complete set of all 21 recommendations for learning mobility here.
The European Digital Education Hub’s monthly theme: artificial intelligence
The European Digital Education Hub selects a theme each month and plans a variety of activities for its registered users, including discussion forums and special working groups, around it.
Since tools like ChatGPT have been made accessible to the general public, artificial intelligence (AI) has recently taken centre stage in public discussion. The hub community will investigate the most recent advances in AI and their implications for online learning throughout the month of May. During May, there will be events like knowledge-building activities, clinics and mentorships, discussion forums about AI and more.
Key data on teaching languages at schools in Europe. 2023 edition
Language variety is part of Europe’s DNA. Along with the official languages of each nation, the European linguistic mosaic also contains regional and minority tongues that have been spoken there for centuries, not to mention languages brought by other nations. The European Union has consistently supported language variety and encouraged language study.
The fifth edition of the report, Key Data on teaching languages in schools in Europe, will be released in 2023. This current edition, like earlier ones, aims to monitor policy changes related to foreign language instructions in schools across Europe. This report includes in total 51 study indicators, covering a wide range of foreign language policy-related problems on both the EU and national levels. To find out more, read here.
European Commission’s webinar on strengthening parent-teacher partnerships for inclusive learning
During this webinar, the focus will be on highlighting the crucial role parents play in cultivating an inclusive education environment. We will delve into the various advantages of inclusive education, such as nurturing diversity, cultivating a strong sense of community, and fostering a sense of belonging among students. Additionally, we will emphasize how inclusive education empowers every student to unlock their full potential. Participants will also have the opportunity to gain insights from real-life examples showcasing the positive impact of involving parents in special education. These examples will highlight the beneficial effects on students, families, and the overall school community.
Check this out for more information here.
4th World Conference on Management and Economics
The upcoming 4th World Conference on Management and Economics is scheduled to take place in Budapest, Hungary from 27th to 29th October 2023.
Embark on a captivating journey into the realms of management and economics at WORLDCME 2023. This highly anticipated event aims to provide attendees with an enriching experience that will broaden their knowledge and ignite their passion for professional and academic growth. Immerse yourself in the expertise of our distinguished speakers and presenters as they delve into intriguing concepts and themes, sparking engaging discussions among fellow participants. Enhance your learning through interactive workshops and other stimulating activities offered during this prestigious conference.
Prepare for a truly international gathering, as delegates from across the globe will converge to share insights and perspectives. Building upon the resounding success of our previous events, we are committed to delivering an exceptional experience that surpasses expectations.
More information can be found here.
Prepared by Zandis Kadakovskis & Olivér Berecz