Digitization is changing our societies and individual lives by the minute. Educational systems in Europe adapt in various ways and political decision-makers often need to rely on goodwill when adopting new measures for digital education. This upcoming TrainDL WebTalk will explore if and how “policy experimentation” can be an effective approach for better, evidence-based educational policies in the digital age. The discussion will be led by the following experts:
- Kathrin Herres, Senior Desk Officer for Erasmus+ Policy Support at the DAAD,
- Johannes Müller, expert for evidence-based social intervention and policy evaluation, founder of CorrelAid and co-founder of &effect,
- Petra Bevek, Undersecretary at the Slovenian Ministry of Education, partner in the Erasmus+ projects AI4T and VALIANT, and
- Prof. Dr. Ulrike Lucke, University of Potsdam, expert in the TrainDL Policy Evaluation Cluster.
TrainDL is a European education policy project with partners in Germany, Lithuania and Austria, funded by the EU in the Erasmus+ program and led by the German Informatics Society. Register here for April 19, at 17:00 CEST.