The European Association of Single-Sex Education (EASSE) held its Annual Conference in Prague on September 30.
Educational institutions from Austria, Croatia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Ireland, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Sweden and Spain participated.
The topics addressed in the presentations and workshops during the EASSE Annual Conference included leadership and entrepreneurship, talent management in managers and teachers, promotion of educational projects and communication.
Dobrochna Lama, President of the Sternik educational institution in Poland, coordinated the panel of experts, in which educators from eleven European countries shared experiences in educational innovation.
For his part, Juan Manuel Mora, Vice Rector of Communication at the University of Navarra, gave a lecture on the reputation of schools, and Jaume Camps, Professor of Sociology and Social Psychology at the International University of Catalonia (UIC), presented his research on the pedagogical reasons for differentiated education.
11 countries attended the event organized by EASSE.