Learning in Hybrid Times: What We Know Works

Date: 

Thursday, April 15, 2021, 10:00am

This event is part of a virtual series. It will be held in Spanish with simultaneous English translation. To register, click click here.

Speakers: Chris Dede, Professor of learning technologies at Harvard University; Cristóbal Cobo, Senior Education Specialist at the World Bank; Camila Campos, Director of Canales Enseña at Enseña Chile Foundation.

Conferencia Internacional "Aprendizaje en tiempos híbridos: lo que sabemos que funciona"

The 1st #AprendoEnCasa Learning Lab International Conference

The #AprendoenCasa Learning Laboratory is a space for conferences and workshops guided by leading professors from Harvard University and experts from the region, with tools to inspire, share and create. 

What are the main lessons we have learned from the use of technology for learning during the pandemic? What are the strengths and limits of technology for new ways of learning? What are the most promising experiences in this field? These questions will be addressed at this webinar.

In 2021, schools continue to face enormous challenges to ensure learning and achievement. To help them we are launching as part of AprendoEnCasa, the Laboratorio de Aprendizajes (Learning Lab), a series of conferences with faculty from Harvard University, workshops and toolkits to inspire, share and create.

#AprendoEnCasa was born in 2020 and aim to support school communities, teachers and students to improve learnings in hybrid contexts. The initiative is developed by Fundación Reimagina and the Harvard Chile Regional Office, David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies, and is supported by the U.S. Embassy in Chile and BHP Foundation. Over 70 organizations from across the Americas and Spain are part of the #AprendoEnCasa network. Together, they offer digital tools and training in the following areas: Technologies for Learning, Educational Innovations, 21st Century Skills, Culture & Creativity, and Leadership.

Presented in collaboration with Fundación Reimagina, with support from BHP Foundation and U.S. Embassy in Chile