Schedule FIET 2021
The FIET2021 consists of two phases:
- An initial phase where experts related to the world of education makes educational proposals for new learning scenarios, from a research and innovation perspective.
- And, a divided second phase into two key moments: an internal meeting of work with the members of the different lines, followed by two days which enables teachers and professionals in education to share experiences and exchange views based on the thematic axes.
Technical Forum: 27/10/2021
The session will be restricted to the members of the working lines that make up the FIET. The aim is to share and contrast the joint work of the working groups and to establish a dialogue among the members.
Public Forum: 28-29/10/2021
For two days, the results of the work generated in the technical forum will be shared.
This part will be open to the general public, beyond the organizing groups, in the form of Congress:
- Open Conference
- Closing Conference
- Panel Discussion (depending on transverse axes)
- Presentation of working documents
Presentation of results of the FIET working groups (Axis 1)
Joaquín Gairín Sallán
Center for Research and Studies for Organizational Development
Professional Associations Panel: Teacher professional development in digital environments
University of Vic - Central University of Catalonia
Professor Titular d'Universitat
Expert panel: Editors
Josep M. Duart
Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Editor-in-Chief of International Journal of Educational Technology in Higher Education
Universidad de Valencia
Executive Editor Journal of New Approaches in Educational Research
Inaugural Conference: "Precision education: challenges and opportunities"
Mercè Gisbert Cervera
Rovira and Virgili University
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL)
Presentation of results of the FIET working groups (Axis 2)
Juan González Martínez
University of Girona
Added teacher Serra Húnter
Presentation of results of the FIET working groups (Axis 3)
University of Lleida
Conference: From research and edtechs to classroom and classroom to world.
Miquel Àngel Prats
Blanquerna - Ramon Llull University
European Schoolnet's Head of the Science Education Department