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Published on March 20th, 2018 | by ECSWE


ENSWaP Conference: “Digital Reality in the Waldorf School”, 13-15 April 2018, Bologna


The programme will start on Friday 13 April 2018 at 16.00. You are welcome to join us from 15.00 onwards. The official programme will end at 14.00 on Sunday 15 April.

At the conference we are happy to welcome the following speakers:

  • Christopher Clouder, on technology, change and child
  • Margareta van Raemdonck, on research and good practices around the theme of the conference
  • Bence Tijssen, on artificial intelligence and its societal impact
  • Julia Kernbach, on growing up healthy in the digital age

The programme will be introduced by Márti Domokos, coordinator of ENSWaP. The host of the conference will be Cristina Carpani from the school in Bologna. The work will be helped by core group members Ellen Niemann and Karin Daurer. All lectures will be followed by workshops and discussions. During coffee breaks participants will have plenty of opportunities to make connections, exchange experiences and share their own stories.

Note: The language of the conference is English.

How to participate

Complete and send the registration form and transfer the registration fee until the 1st of April.

More information such may be found on ENSWaP’s website.

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