The Internet has changed the way people learn, interact with each other and helped democratize knowledge. In a more globalized world, learning new languages plays an important role and provides opportunities for everyone.
The EdTech Circle is excited to host this event at Factory as part of our regular event series and also see. For the panel discussion, we have organized Tevin Otieno, Chief Technology Officer at Mojochat, Inda Härtlein, Chief Language Officer at Chatterbug, and Tobias Dickmeis, Chief Product Officer at Tandem.
How has language learning changed with modern technologies? Is it possible to learn languages faster or better than before? With the knowledge at our finger tips, more and more options become available to choose from.
6:30 – 6:45pm – Introduction
6:45 – 7:30pm – Panel discussion on language learning
7:30 – 8:30pm – Networking
Tevin Otieno, Chief Technology Officer at Mojochat
Inda Härtlein, Chief Language Officer at Chatterbug
Tobias Dickmeis, Chief Product Officer at Tandem
Moderator – Benjamin Flum co-founder of MyStudyGenius and co-captain of the EdTech Circle
ABOUT EDTECH CIRCLE:
We help promote Education and Learning inside Factory, by providing a platform for all stakeholders in Education to network and discuss challenges, opportunities, and learnings. We challenge the education sector to become more innovative by discussing solutions with a 360º approach. Therefore, we want to invite students, teachers, administrators, parents, and other stakeholders to rethink education in the modern world and years to come.
ABOUT FACTORY BERLIN:
Factory Berlin is an ecosystem of over 3,000 members from more than 70 nations located on two campuses. Gathering the most ambitious creators from the tech, creative and corporate industries. We curate our diverse community to connect, collaborate and thrive together. As a platform for active networking, our digital products, spaces, startup labs, events, and programs encourage new connections to impact our surroundings and world.
ABOUT FACTORY BERLIN CIRCLES:
Growing organically from our members’ desire to connect with one another, Circles are self-organized sub-communities at Factory Berlin, gathered around shared interests, industries, and projects, where members exchange ideas, inspire and support each other.
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