The III New Educational Horizons seminar has started today at the Albacete School of Education with the idea of analyzing the latest trends and advances in educational technology, including topics such as artificial intelligence, computational thinking or personalization of learning. This international meeting is organized by the Laboratory for the Integration of Technology in the Classroom – Labintique – of the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM).
The Assembly Hall of the Faculty of Education hosts today, in the morning and afternoon sessions, the third edition of the New Educational Horizons Symposium, which is attended by about 300 people, including students, experts and teachers in the field from national universities (UCLM, UCM) . , UNED and UJI) and International (UniNorte/Corporación Universitaria Americana, Colombia), as well as interested parties.
The session was welcomed by Ismael Garcia, Vice-Chancellor of Transformation and Digital Strategy; with the Faculty’s Vice Dean of Quality, Research and Teaching Innovation, George Ricarte; and directors of activity: Javier del Olmo, José Jaime Pérez and Sergio Tirado.
This forum for meeting and debate among education professionals of all levels includes a program with a total of eleven presentations, which will present innovations, designs and research results related to the integration, observation, analysis and reflection of new proposals. In the reality of classes.
This approach, as in previous editions, will be addressed from a multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary approach, with the aim of analyzing the impact of these innovations in different learning contexts, from early childhood education to higher education. Projects are carried out by the UCLM Labyrinthic Group in collaboration with primary and secondary education centers and research groups from other universities.
The symposium is mainly attended by students of the University Master’s Degree in Bilingual Teaching and ICT for Infants and Primary; Master’s Degree in Innovation and Educational Research; and teacher’s degree in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education.