Photo Credits: Stephan Röhl / re:publica

World-class learning for the 21st century: There are 5 billion euros for the digitalisation of schools through the Digital Pact - and something is happening in other areas of education as well! How can we use money and digitisation not only to do more with the old, but also to break new ground in learning? That is the theme of the re:learn stage of #rp19.

For the first time in 2019, the topic of learning and education will take place over three days on its own re:learn stage and in a re:learn workshop area. Here we tell stories of schools from Berlin to Swaziland, present ideas for learning on YouTube and in buses, virtual reality and Wikipedia for children and present a university where students move to a different continent every semester.

In 2019, re:learn will take place for the first time under the title re:publica - Next Generation at the KühlhausBerlin directly next to StationBerlin. In addition to re:learn, two other events focusing on youth topics will take place there: TINCON - the conference for the young digital society of 13-21 year olds and Jetpack - the trade fair for the professional world of the future. With an accreditation at TINCON, all events in the cold store are free of charge.

On the re:learn stage, there will be a three-day programme with a total of 32 talks. The programme is very broad, from tips and tricks for parents to progressive schools and universities to adult learning, from concrete project presentations to basic discussions.

  •  In the re:learn workshop area, 16 workshops take place, which are about trying out and exchanging ideas with a practical focus.  
  •  In the re:learn-Meet-your-Speaker corner you can exchange ideas and ask questions with the speakers after each talk. The speakers come here directly after their talks.  
  •  In the re:learn lounge there will be cold and hot drinks as well as snacks. Here you can talk to other re:learn enthusiasts and charge your batteries.
  •  And finally there's the re:learn open space. Here you can make your own program, for example invite to a Meet Up, offer your own small workshops or give spontaneous short lectures. There will be a schedule on site, in which you can simply register at the time you want to make your program. All you have to do is make sure that interested people know about it. If you want to reserve a time slot in advance, you can do so here via this Google Doc.