The keynote speakers

 

Karen Brennan

Karen Brennan is an assistant professor at the Harvard Graduate School of Education.

Her research is primarily concerned with the ways in which learning environments -- in and out of school, online and face-to-face -- can be designed to support young people's development as computational creators. Many of Brennan's research and teaching activities focus on constructionist approaches to designing learning environments -- encouraging learning through designing, personalizing, connecting, and reflecting, and maximizing learner agency. »»»

   
Claudio da Rocha Brito

Claudio da Rocha Brito is Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering.

Currently is the President of Science and Education Research Council (COPEC), President Elect of IEEE Education Society (2015-2016), President of Fishing Museum Friends Society (AAMP), President of (Brazilian) National Monitoring Committee of "Internationale Gesellschaft für Ingenieurpädagogik" (IGIP), Vice President of International Council for Engineering and Technology Education (INTERTECH), Vice President of World Council on System Engineering and Information Technology (WCSEIT), Vice President of Safety Health and Environment Research Organization (SHERO) and Vice President of World Council on Communication and Arts (WCCA). »»»

   

José Luís Ramos

José Luís Ramos is an Associate Teacher and researcher at the Social Sciences School, University of Évora and coordinator of the ICT Competence Center.
His professional activity focuses on the integration of ICT in the curriculum, initial and teachers’ professional development and the design, development and evaluation of software and digital learning resources. He has published scientific and educational articles in these areas. He was the coordinator and co-author of several national studies on ICT in Education. He has participated in national and international projects in this area.