Live Talks: Modern Education. Digital learning – are we ready?
GlobalLogic invites you to take part in the discussion of university teachers and school teachers, coaches and mentors, the IT community and representatives of educational NGOs!
Date: December 16, 2020 (Wednesday)
Time: 16:00 – 17:30
Venue: Zoom (link will be sent to all registered participants the day before the event)
Which training is more effective – online or offline?
For more than six months now, Ukraine, like the rest of the world, has been studying online. Universities and schools, courses and conferences, panel discussions and online workshops are already a new norm in our lives.
But how does this situation affect us in terms of information perception, communication and achievement?
How has society learned, and has it learned at all, to perceive and transmit information online? Did it only create new problems and challenges?
Will we be able to return to the usual, classroom training and will such training be in the future at all?
All these, as well as many other issues, we will consider in our new section “Live Talks: modern education” in the humanitarian and technical aspects.
Artur Seletsky, Deputy Minister of Education and Science for Digital Transformation
He has more than 16 years of experience in business analysis and more than 6 years of coaching practice. Organizer of the IT community IT Network, author of articles and numerous courses.
Ivan Primachenko, co-founder of the Prometheus online course platform
He graduated from Kyiv National Shevchenko University with a master’s degree in history, a member of the supervisory board of the CEDOS think tank, and an expert in the Education and Science Reform group of the Resuscitation Reform Package. He was a fellow of the Stanford Ukrainian Emerging Leaders program.
Yevhen Piletsky, psychologist in the method of cognitive-behavioral psychotherapy, member of the Ukrainian Association of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy, Candidate of Philosophical Sciences, Associate Professor of Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv.
He graduated from the faculties of psychology and law of the Taras Shevchenko National University of Kyiv, internal psychotherapist of the Ukrainian Institute of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. Promoter of science, author and presenter.
Yaroslav Prytula, Dean of the Faculty of Applied Sciences of the Ukrainian Catholic University
He graduated from Ivan Franko National University of Lviv with a degree in mathematics, Candidate of Physical and Mathematical Sciences.
He is a professor of quantitative methods for business decision making and economics at UCU Lviv Business School. Member of the UCU Senate. Participant in a large number of international conferences, training and research programs. He has twice been a Fulbright Program Fellow, a member of the Global Policy Fellows Program of the Institute of Higher Education (Washington, USA).
Eugene Sakalo, head of the university program GlobalLogic Ukraine