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Department of Business Education with WÖRLD project at didacta 2024 in Cologne

On February 20 and 21, the Department of Business Education, represented by Marian Thiel de Gafenco, visited this year's didacta education fair.

What is didacta?

As a trade fair, didacta - the education trade fair provides a comprehensive insight into the entire education system, from early childhood education and school education to vocational training and continuing education. Training programs for teachers, educators, trainers, instructors and personnel developers complement the range of products and services offered by around 740 exhibiting companies.


How was the learning:digital competence network represented there?

The Kompetenzverbund lernen:digital, which also includes the WÖRLD joint project, develops evidence-based further and continuing education, materials and concepts for school and teaching development in a culture of digitality. In order to align these with specific needs, the competence network strives for sustainable cooperation between science, educational practice and educational administration. To this end, dialogue is sought at eye level and information is provided at Europe's leading education fair about the structure and tasks of the competence network and its four competence centers, science communication offers and planned transfer and dialogue formats. Over five days, teachers and school administrators as well as an interested specialist community had the opportunity to find out more about the competence network, the further education and training courses being developed for the various subjects and low-threshold science communication formats.


How did we provide support?

The Kompetenzverbund lernen:digital was able to organize its own information stand for this year's didacta in Cologne, which was supervised by employees of the Forum Bildung Digitalisierung and later also by the brokers. WÖRLD provided an overview of the work of the sub-projects and the association with its own brochure. This was very well received overall and was quickly sold out.

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