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How do you educate to decode the unknown?

The more social the experience of using technologies becomes, the closer the connection between digital skills and the so-called social-emotional skills. As important as learning to code might be, it also will be important to learn how to decode. Identifying new problems can lead us to change the way we see today’s skills. What are the most relevant skills for tomorrow? ☞From digital skills to multiliteracies ☞From using to understanding tech ☞From coding to decoding tech ☞From replacing people to increasing human thinking ☞From digital natives to critical skeptics

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Is education ready to work in data-intensive environments?

The availability of good data can help lead to making good decisions. This is true in education, as it is in other sectors. But the opposite can also happen if the right actions are not taken. If we are entering into the 'datafication of education', countries will need to define rules and guidelines to ensure that present and future technology-enhanced education becomes beneficial, reducing and mitigating risks along the way. Although it is much too early to predict the potential impact of the use of AI in education, it is not early to discuss how to better prepare for the world that is coming.

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Good bye (and thank you!) Uruguay

Five years ago Uruguay decided to create a research center focused on producing expert knowledge in the field of digital education. After an international call I was humbled to be chosen as director of this novel but ambitious initiative. Being a small country all I knew was the huge opportunity behind connecting and supporting national and international networks of experts in the field of EdTech.

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Cristóbal Cobo (PhD) Especialista Senior en Educación y Tecnología. Fundó y dirigió el Centro de Estudios – Fundación Ceibal (2014-2019). Investigador asociado del Instituto de Internet de la Universidad de Oxford (2009-2019). El trabajo de Cobo está en la intersección entre el futuro del aprendizaje, la cultura de la innovación y las tecnologías centras en las personas.

Cristóbal ha sido distinguido por el Consejo Británico de Investigación Económica y Social (ESRC) y es investigador asociado del Centro de Habilidades, Conocimiento y Desempeño de la Universidad de Oxford. Previamente, fue profesor y director de Comunicaciones y Nuevas Tecnologías en la Facultad Latinoamericana de Ciencias Sociales, sede México.

Ha sido evaluador externo del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo (BID), la National Science Foundation y MIT Press (USA), la Organización Internacional del Trabajo, Centro Internacional de Investigaciones para el Desarrollo (Canadá). Experto Invitado para RAND EU en tendencias futuras en tecnología y educación, comisionado por la Oficina de Consejeros de Política Europea (BEPA). Posee un PhD “cum laudem” Ciencias de la Comunicación en Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Co-autor de Aprendizaje Invisible. Su libro más reciente es "Acepto las Condiciones: Usos y abusos de las tecnologías digitales", (Fundación Santillana, Madrid, 2019). “Innovación Pendiente” (Penguin Random House, 2016). Ha sido conferencista invitado en más de 30 países (+ 4 TEDx).

Miembro del Grupo de Expertos en aprendizaje móvil. Education 2030 Framework (Unidad para TIC en la Educación, División de Políticas y Sistemas de Aprendizaje Permanente, UNESCO, París). Miembro de la red "University of the Future Network (UFN)".

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Cristobal Cobo (PhD) Senior Education Specialist (Technology). Dr. Cobo served as founding Director of the Center for Research – Ceibal Foundation in Uruguay (2014-2019). Associated researcher at the Oxford Internet Institute, University of Oxford (2009-2019). Cobo works at the intersection between the future of learning, a culture of innovation and human centered technologies.

Cristobal has been distinguished by the British Council of Economic and Social Research (ESRC) and associate research fellow at the Centre on Skills, Knowledge and Organisational Performance, University of Oxford. He was Professor and director of Communication and New Technologies at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences, Mexico.

He has served as external Evaluator for the Inter-American Development Bank; the National Science Foundation and MIT Press (US), International Labour Organization (UN), and the International Development Research Centre (Canada). He has PhD “cum laudem” Communication Sciences at Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona. Co-author of the book Invisible Learning, his most recent books is “Innovación Pendiente” (Penguin Random House, 2016). His latest book is "I accept the terms and conditions: Uses and abuses of digital technologies" (in Spanish) by Santiallana, 2019. He has been speaker in more than 30 countries (+ 4 TEDx).

Member of Expert Group on mobile learning. Education 2030 Framework (Unit for ICT in Education, Division for Policies and Lifelong Learning Systems, UNESCO, Paris). Member of the University of the Future Network (UFN).

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