12:10 – 12:35
Fundación 3M STEM + PSVR
Speaker: Carmen Cortés
Through the PlayStation®4 virtual reality device, 1st and 2nd year ESO students will approach the STEM disciplines in an innovative and interactive way
12:45 – 13:05
Mapa de Empleo y Bot de Empleabilidad
Speaker: Lucila Ballarino
The platform Mapa del Empleo shows a complete map of employment opportunities and the most requested digital skills in Spain
The Orientador Profesional Virtual is a chatbot that recommends the best online training to prepare for the current most demanding digital professions.
13:10 – 13:20
Speaker: José Miguel Carmona y Lucas Carmona
An educational methodology aligned with the entrepreneurship (Entrecomp) and digital (Digicom) competences of the European Framework.
13:25 – 13:50
Informe de tendencias de Innovación Educativa de Fundación Telefónica
Speaker: José Miguel Cansado
A report that gathers the main milestones of the global conversation in the social networks around the digital and educational transformation of our world.
13:50 – 15: 30 LUNCH BREAK
15:30 – 15:55
Portals for Education
Speaker: Stephen Chinosi
Portals for Education takes you to an experience with someone on the other side of the portal whose image appears live and in full body communicating with you.
16:00 – 16:10
Speaker: Laura Castela
42 Madrid is an innovative and ground-breaking concept which has been brought to Spain for the first time by the Fundación Telefónica. 42 is free, face-to-face and open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, so you can work and learn at your own pace.
Aventuras de aprendizaje
Speaker: Pedro Santos Juanes Muñoz
The project achieves the challenge of thrilling by playing, but while learning in the process, thanks to the creation of video games that with cards, videos, gamification, and a challenging story transform the curriculum into an adventure.
16:30 – 16:40
Speaker: Víctor Humanes
IT training platform with more than 150 courses in Spanish of the most demanded technologies by companies.
16:45 – 17:15
ProFuturo, Competencias y Lenguajes educativos en el mundo digital (en colaboración con ODILO)
Speaker: Rodrigo Rodríguez
ODILIO works with the main educational languages to adapt them to the digital world and thus respond to the challenge of education in the 21st century. ProFuturo is a digital education programme for children from vulnerable environments in Africa, Latin America and Asia, promoted by Fundación Telefónica and La Caixa.
17:20 – 17:30
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Speaker: Nuria Pons
17:35 – 17:45
Speaker: Juan García Moreno
Maria, a young blind woman enthusiastic about art, manages to paint thanks to a system of smells in the pigments devised by her classmates.
9:30 – 9:55
MUSE Global ED
Speaker: Katelyn Patterson
MUSE integrates at each stage its Passion Based Learning methodology to create challenging, personalised and unique learning opportunities that encourage students to learn through their interests and passions at a deep and meaningful level.
10:00 – 10:30
Speaker: Fredrik Lindgren
kunskapsskolan personalises the education for each student according to their needs and capabilities by designing schools around the principles of their educational project: KED.
10:35 – 11:05
Pensamiento Computacional Profuturo (in collaboration with UBBU)
Speaker: Joao Montenegro
Solution for the initiation to computational thinking and programming, aimed at teachers as well as students. This innovation is being applied in ProFuturo, a digital education programme for children from vulnerable environments in Africa, Latin America and Asia promoted by Fundación Telefónica and La Caixa.
11:10 – 11:25
Instituto Tecnológico de Telefónica (de Telefónica Educación Digital)
Speaker: Analía Montes y María Ascensión Blázquez
The Instituto Tecnológico de Telefónica’s (Telefónica Technological Institute) goal is to contribute to closing the current gap between the demand for employment and the professional profiles specialised in new technologies by offering innovative and quality training
11:25 – 11:40
SIELE (de Telefónica Educación Digital)
Speaker: Mariano García de la Fuente
Technology and Innovation at the service of Spanish language proficiency certification processes.
12:50 – 13:00
Con otra mirada
Speaker: Rafel Luis Carballo López
It proposes an intervention from early ages in Infant and Primary Education based on the principles of neuroscience, neuropsychology and educational neurotechnology.
13:05 – 13:15
Speaker: Joan Paul Pozuelos
Platform of scientifically tested games to train and strengthen skills known as executive functions
13:20 – 13:50
Nuvu,the creative school
Nuvu is an innovative school that covers the whole of Primary and Secondary Education and puts the creativity of students at the heart of its educational project. Each student learns how to use the design process to solve challenges that demand creativity, critical thinking and collaboration.
13:50 – 15: 30 LUNCH BREAK
15:30 – 15:55
ProFuturo Automated Learning Assesment (en colaboración con EEDI)
Speaker: Ben Caulfield
Digital assessment solution to measure the level of students and detect their misconceptions or confusions. This innovation is being applied in ProFuturo, a digital education programme promoted by Fundación Telefónica and La Caixa.
16:05 – 16:30
Speaker: Daniel Pérez, Irene Alvarado, Lucía Núñez, Martín Cuéllar, Alberto Cuenta, Vanesa Álvarez y Juan José Ortega
Project to teach students robotics and real-world programming practises by working with robots that fight and face each other in sports competitions
Speaker: Caitlin Baron.
Speed School uses an intensive, child-centred approach to reach the most marginalised populations where they are denied an education because of poverty, conflict or discrimination.
17:10 – 17:20
Speaker: Ezequiel Passerson
Faro Digital brings information and strategies to achieve a critical and conscious use of internet and social networks to reduce the generational gap between children and young people immersed in the digital world and their families.
17:25 – 17:35
Carlos Rodríguez Sierra
A learning experience that gets students excited about maths, understands it, and improves their results.
17:40 – 18:00
Big Data Analysis, Trends in Education 2019, in collaboration with Telefónica
Jonathan Nelson, Head of Media and Content at Alto Data Analytics
9:30 – 9:55
Youth made initiative
Speaker: Ryan Ball
Youth Made Initiative’ is a collaboration between schools, universities and Malaysia’s digital and technology industry to put real working and challenging contexts into the classroom and develop the full potential of design and technology processes to improve the world.
12:00 – 12:25
ProFuturo Play and Learn (in collaboration with CEREBRITI)
Speaker: Raúl Orejas
Educational platform that allows students and teachers to create their own educational games quickly and easily. Cerebriti’s pedagogical methodology is based on a dual learning model. ProFuturo is a digital education programme for children from vulnerable environments in Africa, Latin America and Asia, promoted by Fundación Telefónica and La Caixa.
12:30 – 12:55
BIG PICTURE Learning
Speaker: Scott Boldt
Big Picture Learning makes personalised education possible with a model of its own that can be replicated for any school that divides students into small groups of fifteen students and works with a model of its own counselling.
13:00 – 13:10
Speaker: Alejandro P.Waudby
WET_ edugames offers content adapted to the reality of the student through active methodologies, providing situations in which to put into practice what has been learnt, thus promoting ‘soft skills’