STEM Alliance, Scientix & Microsoft Webinar

Date & time: Thursday, 14 October 2021 at 17:00 CEST (Central European Summer Time)

Registration form: https://bit.ly/microsoft_webinar_ai_cs

Description:

As the pace of technology adoption in society and the economy continues to increase, education decision makers across the world are looking at how to better foster IT skills through teaching and learning computer science at primary and secondary school. There is widespread recognition of the challenge of creating inclusive curricula that appeal to students irrespective of their background.

A STEM Alliance, Scientix & Microsoft webinar will be hosted on Thursday,14th of October 2021 at 17:00 CEST, which will explore the Artificial Intelligence Implications in Education and the Computer Science Toolkit as a powerful teaching and learning tool for STEM.

SPEAKERS

Alexa Joyce

Alexa Joyce,
Microsoft

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Vânia Neto

Vânia Neto,
Microsoft

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Marco Neves

Marco Neves,
Interact Ideas

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Kyriakos Koursaris

Kyriakos Koursaris,
United Lisbon International School

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Björn Bachmann

Björn Bachmann,
European Schoolnet

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AGENDA

17:00 Opening – Björn Bachmann

17:05 Computer Science in Education Keynote – Alexa Joyce

17:20 Discussion Panel: Best Practices in Computer Science, AI in Education and Minecraft Education Edition – Speakers: Kyriakos Koursaris, Marco Neves and Vânia Neto. Moderator: Björn Bachmann

17:55 Q&A + Closing – Björn Bachmann



STEM Alliance http://www.stemalliance.eu

 

STEM Alliance partners

 

In collaboration with:

Microsoft https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/education

At Microsoft, our focus has always been on enabling people around the world to realize their full potential. An important part of that commitment has been helping individuals develop the skills necessary to succeed in a world—and workplace—that is increasingly complex, technologically advanced, and competitive. These skills are predominantly concentrated in the fields of science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). Gone are the days when a basic understanding of math or science was sufficient for most high school or college graduates. Today's students will need a strong foundation in these subjects regardless of their plans after high school, and such a foundation is essential for students to succeed in computer science.

Scientix http://www.scientix.eu/

 

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