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CRI international conference : Towards a learning Planet ! Join us on March, 28th

CRI international conference : Towards a learning Planet ! Join us on March, 28th

By In Hot News, News On March 9, 2017


As you may know, the mission to organise and think the future of R&D for Lifelong learning was entrusted to François Taddei by French Minister of Education, Higher Education & Research, last November.  

The mission is coming to an end soon but the project is going through another launching phase starting next 28th of March

Please join us to this event dedicated to build collective and dynamic responses to engineer a truly learning planet

Help us along with our renowned speakers to structure an open research agenda for lifelong learning at an international level. 

Thank you in advance to forward this invitation to your most interested contacts and networks.

Book NOW your seat and see you on the 28th !

invitation

Towards a learning Planet!

March, 28th – Paris

Designing
an International & Open Research Agenda
for the future
of Lifelong Education

Following the mission entrusted to François Taddei by French Minister of Education, Higher Education & Research, this international event is organised by the Centre de Recherches Interdisciplinaires (CRI) and hosted by Institut Pasteur.
It will be dedicated to build collective and dynamic responses to engineer a truly learning planet.

Guests & Program (9h-18h)

Introduction by François Taddei.
Confirmed international renowned speakers will participate to three roundtables in the morning on Participatory Research, Federation of communities and Exchange of Best Practice.
Afternoon will host an unconference to co-develop ideas in
participatory workshops.
Moderation by Didier Pourquery, The Conversation.

This event is also part of the annual “Journées de l’innovation” organised by the Ministère de l’éducation nationale, de l’enseignement supérieur et de la recherche.

Let’s engineer tomorrow’s education together!

“With daunting needs and challenges on one hand, and finite resources on the other, we trust we would all collectively gain from a collaborative approach to mutualize costs, share best research findings and practices and reap the benefits. The purpose is to gather a good selection of mind, skills and institutions to think of the next steps.
Thank you for your participation.”       François Taddei