Paperworld's "Future Learning" presentation for 2020
| 13 December, 2019
The "Future Learning" impulse area is going into its second round at Paperworld from 25 to 28 January 2020. Visitors can look forward to a presentation of current and future-oriented learning concepts. The emphasis here is strongly on lifelong learning and the implementation of the Digital Pact in schools.
What new ways of learning are there? How can teaching robots provide support? How can the Digital Pact be implemented? And what's new in the paper, office supplies and stationery sector? These and other questions will be answered in the "Future Learning" impulse area in Hall 4.0 C40. This is where heads of educational and seminar facilities, HR developers, municipal decision-makers, and retailers can discover how (further) education formats will evolve in schools and companies.
The area is divided into four sections: In the "Makerspace", digital and analogue game and construction tools are presented in the learning room of the future. Here the principle of new learning is introduced through individual, collaborative and creative tools, for example by means of mini robots or coding on circuit boards. The area is designed and supervised by Annemieke Frank of EduHeroes. In the "Digital Classroom", visitors experience how to work with tablet PCs and smartboards in a targeted way, and how the real world can be linked to the digital world. Cooperation partner Tablet Academy introduces a networked learning world into the real room, where visitors can experience it live and participate.