Full house 13–14 June2023-06-07
On 13–14 June, Karlstad University hosts Framtidens Lärande Väst (Future Learning West). The event is fully booked, which means that more than 2,000 people will be attending. Note: We recommend that you bring your own lunch box and that you bear in mind that the parking area might be busy. Two rows of the parking area north of the library are reserved for the 2-day event.
How can municipalities, schools and teachers create successful school development in a digital age? And how can research contribute? These are examples of some of the issues that will be discussed 13–14 June when teachers and school heads, researchers, teacher educators and actors from all over the country meet at Karlstad University.
– This is an important event. There are many of us who are committed to developing future education for children and young people. We want to create a dialogue between preschool, school, education and research that generates interesting meetings and hopefully lead to sustainable long-term improvement efforts going forward, says Monica Evermark, Director of the Regional Development Centre (RUC) at Karlstad University, and one of the project managers of the event.
The event is organised by Karlstad University, Karlstad Municipality and the foundation DIU in collaboration with partners.