1 October 2018

Open Call ASEF Classroom Network Conference

Open Call ASEF Classroom Network Conference

ASEF has launched an call for participation to the 14th ASEF Classroom Network Conference which takes place from 27-30 November from 27-30 November 2018 in Helsinki and Espoo, Finland.

Since 1998, the ASEF Classroom Network (ASEF ClassNet) fosters collaborations among secondary and high school teachers and students in Asia and Europe while harnessing the potential and opportunities of technology for education.

To-date, more than 1,400 teachers from 45 ASEM Partner countries have joined the ASEF Classroom Network. In addition, more than 32,000 students have been engaged in 398 school-to-school collaborations since 2001.

The 14th ASEF ClassNet Conference Helsinki & Espoo, Finland focuses on the theme “Gender Equality Reprogramming STEM Education”. Finland and it’s world-famous progressive and innovative education system appears to be the perfect soil to host this conference that will bring together about 100 secondary, vocational and high school teachers and educators from up to 51 Asian and European countries to explore and share good practices on the field of gender equality and STEM education, as well as its  possible impact on the society. Core areas that will be addressed through a gender lense are: curriculum and pedagogy; institutional and national policies; role models. Participants will also have the opportunity to tie up with their peers to identify and plan future ASEF ClassNet School Collaborations.

The Conference offers participants a platform to:

  • Meet local, national and international education practitioners and experts from 51 Asian and European countries
  • Become part of the creation of new networks between teachers, school leaders, researchers and edutech experts with possible spin-off activities
  • Increase knowledge and awareness, reflect and give feedback on methods, good practices theories and policies of gender equality and STEM education
  • Discuss the identification and mapping of competences required by educators to promote gender equality, by combating stereotypical biases and promoting gender neutral curriculums

ASEF has launced a call for this conference which is open until 9 October 2018. Please don't hesitate to spread this call to everyone who might be interested!

More information can be found on the ASEF website.