Programme Educators Day 2023: Education in a changing world
This year's Educators Day focuses on adaptation and coping with the constant changes in the world around us, whilst maintaining the status of being one of the world’s leading providers of education programs in healthcare and medicine.
Date and time: September 27, 2023
Location: NEO (Blickagången 16), Flemingsberg.
We live in a time of great change. The pandemic, a volatile political environment, and new technological possibilities all pose challenges to Karolinska Institutet.
How can we adapt and cope with the constant changes in the world around us, whilst maintaining the status of being one of the world’s leading providers of education programs in healthcare and medicine? How can we be innovative, adapt to changes and remain open to new possibilities but in a sustainable way?
During Educators Day you can take part in morning sessions with keynote speakers and a panel discussion, and workshops in the afternoon. For full programme, se Swedish page Program Lärardagen 2023.
Educators Day is arranged in Swedish but some sessions are held in English.
Mike Sharples is Emeritus Professor of Educational Technology in the Institute of Educational Technology at The Open University, UK. His research involves human-centred design of new technologies and environments for learning. His current interest is innovative and ethical education with generative AI.
Mike Sharples research focus is human-centred design of technologies for learning. My main current interest is 'citizen inquiry' - a fusion of citizen science and inquiry-based learning.
Session in English.
Carl Heath is senior researcher and focus leader for the strategic area of resilient information systems. The focus area aims to strengthen the conditions for a safe and resilient society in a digital age.
Carl has a research interest in society's digital structural transformation, mainly concerning issues connected to democracy, digital resilience, innovation and learning.