LUDOVIA#CH 21: It's (re) gone on March 30-31, 2021

The Ludovia#CH Spring University returns from March 30 to 31, 2021 for a third edition entirely remotely. Will you be there?

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By Nathalie Couzon, special collaboration

The Ludovia#CH Spring University returns from March 30 to 31, 2021 for a third edition entirely remotely. This year's theme focuses on the role of the collective and communities of teachers in digital education training and innovation.

As part of this edition of LUDOVIA#CH, the organizing committee has assembled contributions that deal with the issue of teaching collectives, both in terms of their emergence and development conditions enabled by digital technology and their effects on professional development and innovation. 

Also, in connection with the current health crisis and the closure of schools in many countries in the spring of 2020, the speakers will make the link with this period which was an accelerator in the adaptation of teachers to distance education. All the more so as this context has prompted many of them to consider and propose new collaborations and new working and teaching / training methods.

Habitually, Ludovia#CH takes place in Yverdon-les-Bains, Switzerland, but this edition will be exclusively online, free and therefore accessible to the public in Quebec. It will obviously be necessary to count the time difference, which gives the opportunity to follow all the conferences and workshops scheduled in the afternoon. But nothing prevents you from getting up in the middle of the night to follow what is happening there in the morning!

To learn about the program and compose your personalized schedule, it's this way. Registration is compulsory, but free.

Some proposals for conferences and workshops

March 30: 

  • From 10 am, a workshop with Clara Perissé, Understanding and representation of the world through graphic codes (ExplorCamps);
  • From 11:15 am-11:45 am, a conference by Antoine Burret, Tiers-Lieux et education.

March 31:

  • For night owls, at 3:30 am, a conference by Jacques Cool, from CADRE21: Recent technopedagogy in Quebec and French-speaking Canada: contexts and challenges.
  • From 7.45 a.m. to 9 a.m., a workshop with Vivian Epiney, Le Dico des Ados (8-13 years old): Let's create our own Dico. (Fabcamps)

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