How will we teach and learn in the future? Which concepts and tools will support the learning process? And what does the future hold for members of the teaching profession? Educators are facing major challenges – challenges which call for new approaches. didacta 2015 in Hannover, Germany – the world's largest and most prominent education fair – will bring together experts, enterprises and institutions, open up new perspectives and examine key issues – for example, inclusion, university entrance after 12 school years and extended school opening hours.
"Life-long learning is the backbone of our modern society. Optimum education concepts are in high demand in all sectors. From 24 to 28 February, didacta 2015 will open up wide-ranging opportunities."
Rich program of events and top-notch forums
"Next year, a total of over 800 exhibitors from Germany and abroad will participating in the show," predicts Dr. Köckler. didacta is a also a visitor magnet, with more than 80,000 expected to attend in 2015, drawn not only by the many innovations on exhibit, but also by the numerous value-adding forums on offer (e.g. "didacta aktuell" and the Education Forum) and the extensive supporting program organized by Deutsche Messe in cooperation with the Didacta Association, Darmstadt, and the Educational Media Association, Frankfurt/Main. The program includes various seminars devoted to early childhood education, as well as the UNESCO Day and the appointment of the Educational Ambassadors.