The Impulse Area “Future Learning” shows you current and future-oriented learning concepts. It is all about lifelong learning. In lectures, panel discussions and with a Thinkathon Challenge, visitors were able to learn about the trends in the education sector.
That was "Future Learning" in 2019
“Future Learning” gave insight into the teaching and learning formats of tomorrow. What are new ways of learning? And what's new in the PBS area? Specialist lectures were held on the impulse area, allowing visitors to immerse themselves in a world of learning. New learning spaces, makerspaces and learning in the digital world were presented.
On Monday the learning robot Pepper visited the area, spoke with the participants and thus opened a view into the digital classroom.
In chats, fatboy events and digital quartets, experts discussed the classroom of tomorrow and the upcoming cultural change. There was also a lounge area and a café for an intensive exchange.
Theme days with specialist presentations
The speaker programme from 27 to 29 January 2019 focused on digitisation and making learning more flexible, designing attractive learning spaces and schools, and networked and international learning. In addition, there was a ‘Thinkathon’ challenge on Saturday, 26 January 2019.