On 4 May, together with the National Institute of Educational Technologies and Teacher Training (INTEF), we are organising the event “Digital Teachers. The Assessment of Teachers’ Digital Skills as a tool to face the challenges of the classrooms of 2030”. The meeting will consist of a conference-colloquium with the aim of generating dialogue and stimulating reflection on the world of digital education and, in particular, on the assessment of digital skills as a lever for teachers who want to offer an innovative, memorable and transformative learning experience in the classrooms of the future.
The event will take place at CaixaForum (Auditorium Floor -2 | Paseo del Prado, 36, Madrid) at 6:30 pm on Wednesday 4 May. You will be able to attend in person through this form or enjoy it via streaming on our YouTube channel if you are unable to attend the meeting in person. What are you waiting for?
The conference is aimed at teachers, school managers and educators, as well as the rest of the school community, where different educational actors from the public and private sector will meet to promote the conversation around the current relevance of teacher training in digital skills and their evaluation in the provision of quality digital education, especially in the most vulnerable environments.
The meeting will be moderated by Fernando Trujillo, professor at the University of Granada and education specialist with an outstanding research and dissemination career in educational innovation. As speakers we will have: Julio Albalad, Director of the National Institute of Educational Technologies and Teacher Training (INTEF) at the Ministry of Education and Vocational Training, David Cervera, Deputy Director General of Innovation and Teacher Training Programmes of the Regional Ministry of Education, Universities, Science and Spokesperson of the Community of Madrid, Magdalena Brier, Managing Director of ProFuturo, and Mílada Gonçalves, Head of Innovation and Product at ProFuturo.