Program

Welcome

9.00-9.30
Check-in

9.30-9.45
Conference opening
Head of the Danish School of Education Claus Holm

9.45-10.00
Education disrupted?
PhD fellows Oliver Tafdrup and Bjarke Lindsø Andersen

Keynotes

10.00-10.45   
Keynote: The more things change, the more they stay the same … while things are definitely changing: making sense of sixty years of education, technology and change (1989-2049)
Neil Selwyn, Professor, Monash University, Australia

10.45-11.00   
Questions

11.00-11.45   
Keynote: Disruptive Fixation: School Reform and the Pitfalls of Techno-Idealism
Christo Sims, Assistant Professor, UCSD, USA

11.45-12.00   
Questions

12.00-12.45   
Lunch

12.45-13.00   
Recap and introduction to the further program

Three perspectives: Potentials and pitfalls of technological disruption

13.00-13.20  
Lis Zacho, teacher at Lindevangsskolen

13.20-13.40 
Denis Rivin, DareDisrupt

13.40-14.00  
Jakob Harder
, dekan for Det Lærerfaglige Fakultet, Københavns Professionshøjskole

 

Discussion: Potentials and pitfalls of technological disruption

Moderator: Steen Nepper Larsen, Associate Professor, Danish School of Education

14.00-14.30   
Table discussions

14.30-14.45   
Coffee 

14.45-15.45   
Moderated panel discussion with questions from table discussions

  • Christo Sims
  • Neil Selwyn
  • Jakob Harder
  • Alexander Avanth
  • Lis Zacho 

15.45-16.00   
Recap and goodbye
PhD fellows Oliver Tafdrup and Bjarke Lindsø Andersen