Wednesday, March 28
1:45 PM-2:45 PM
EDT
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Part 1: Rethinking Learning in the Digital Age – Implications for Teacher Education

Symposium ID: 51850
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    Joke Voogt
    University of Amsterdam/ Windesheim University of Applied Sciences
  2. Kwok Wing Lai
    University of Otago
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    Gerald Knezek
    University of North Texas
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    Rhonda Christensen
    University of North Texas
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    Alona Forkosh Baruch
    Tel Aviv University
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    Vadim Grinshkun
    Moscow City University
  7. Sergey Grigoryev
    Moscow City University
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    Miri Shonfeld
    Kibbutzim College and MOFET
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    Anneke Smits
    Windesheim University of Applied Sciences
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    Danah Henrikson
    Arizona State University
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    Michael Henderson
    Monash University
  12. Alexander Uvarov
    Moscow State Pedagogical University
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    Mike Philips
    Monash University
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    Mary Webb
    King's College London
  15. Dale Niederhauser
    West Virginia University
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    Punya Mishra
    Arizona State University
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    Margaret Leahy
    Institute of Education, Dublin City University
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    Deirdre Butler
    Institute of Education, Dublin City University
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    Allard Strijker
    netherlands Institute for Curriculum Development

Abstract: The International Summit on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in Education (EDUsummIT) met in Borovets, Bulgaria in September 2017 This community of 80 leading scholars, policy makers and educators discussed the theme Rethinking Learning in the Digital Age from several perspectives, such as upbringing, digital agency, the need for creativity, the learning of leaders, assessment and sustainability and upscaling of ICT-related practices In this symposium we will present and discuss the Call to Action that resulted from the Summit Specific attention will be paid to the implications for teacher education

Presider: Vadim Grinshkun, Moscow City University

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