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13:00 11 Feb
Digitalisering i skolan

Digitalization in school 2019

11 Feb. 2019, 13:00 - 17:00
Luleå, Vetenskapens hus
Published: 13 December 2018

Our schools will now take the next step in their digital development. During this afternoon, you will be offered everything from thoughts on strategic plans to enable equivalent digital skills to all students, to concrete examples of work in classrooms to strengthen the learning of each student.

Luleå Municipality and Luleå University of Technology work together to increase skills in programming and digital skills through various research projects to strengthen learning through various forms of digital technology and digital creation.

In the afternoon we offer shorter lectures with different perspectives on digitalization at school. We will give examples of how we rely on skills development efforts to reach all teachers and how we gather to give teachers a good digital work environment.


13.00-13.10 Introduction by Maarit Enbuske

13.10-13.30 The school in Luleå is digitized
Britt-Marie Ejnestrand, Head of IT / Adm BUF

13.30-14.00 Development project in progress
Agneta Hedenström and Per Jonsson Nilsson, Business developer and Project Manager BUF

14.00-14.20 Digital communication between home and school
Catharina Essberg, developer BUF

14.20-14.40 Programming strategy in primary school
Lena Heikka, development manager and associate professor mathematics BUF

15.00-15.30 Assignment Programming for teachers
Fredrik Bengtsson, Associate Professor Luleå University of Technology

15.30-15.50 CodeWeek and programming in the classroom
Elisabet Dimeus, Teacher Öhemsskolan

15.50-16.10 Cloud services and digital education
Johan Enström, Teacher of the residence school

16.10-16.45 Panel discussion Digital school 3.0
How do we do the right things for better learning?

16.45-16.50 Conclusion

Please note that the seminar will be held in Swedish!

Warm welcome!



Peter Parnes

Parnes, Peter - Professor

Organisation: Pervasive and Mobile Computing, Computer Science, Department of Computer Science, Electrical and Space Engineering
Phone: +46 (0)920 491033