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29 Jan

Educa goes digital 29–30 Jan 2021

Remote Event

Educa will be arranged on the web in January 2021

Educa is the largest event for the education and training sector in Finland. Educa’s programme and exhibitors are online this year and participation is free for visitors but requires registration.

The event offers programme on both domestic and international topics. On Friday the focus is on the international programme, which focuses, among other things, on the global impact of teaching and learning during the pandemic and the challenges of internationalisation. On Saturday we will enjoy the panel discussion of party chairmen related to the municipal elections and hear the latest information on expanding compulsory education.

You can follow the event at Educa web page on 29–30 Jan 2021.

Event Details
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Other event
Target group
Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
Projects & partnerships
Policy makers
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