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Tuesday, November 26 • 09:30 - 10:30
Keynote: Students: Storytellers and Creators of Their Own Open Futures

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Students are in all our minds with different roles: learners; lifelong learners; next generation of decision makers; today’s and tomorrow’s citizens. We are all working for them, but still students often have little or no voice in these contexts. There is a growing debate around the type of skills, competencies, knowledge and attitudes required for them to constructively face global challenges, to become active citizens and participants in the knowledge economy. What kind of future do students envision for education? What is the role of Open Education in this process? But first: are students aware of“Open Education”? Are they engaging in “Open Practices”? If yes, how? Are they actively contributing to the creation of knowledge and growth of Open Contents? Would they, if they knew? Moreover: would it be worth it, in their perspective? Let’s ask them. Students are the protagonists of this keynote, and the work behind the scenes to support their learning success is the other part of the story we are going to tell together.
Here you can find the script of our keynote, with links to the students video, the slides, our projects:
https://tinyurl.com/students-keynote  

Speakers
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Trudi Radtke

College of the Canyons
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Robert Queckenberg

Initiator, Ruhr-Universität Bochum
I am passionate about peer teaching, science and TEDx among many other things. Always on the lookout for ideas and inspiration both as a deeply curious human being and as a curator of TEDx events.
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Guilia Boggiali

Student, Polimi
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Paola Corti

Project Manager, Politecnico di Milano
Paola Corti works as Project Manager and instructional designer at METID (Metodi E Tecnologie Innovative per la Didattica – Innovative Methods and Technologies for Learning), the teaching and learning innovation unit of Politecnico di Milano (Italy). METID supports teachers in adopting... Read More →


Tuesday November 26, 2019 09:30 - 10:30
BL28 Carassa Dadda (plenary)