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Remote Schools - Perspektiven für das Lehren und Lernen nach der PandemieIllustration: © Raycho Stanev

Online conference Remote Schools – Teaching and Learning Prospects after the Pandemic

Hybrid learning, online workshops, videoconferencing: the world now learns and communicates digitally. Our virtual conference for teachers and school directors focusses on ideas and strategies for successful hybrid learning even after the pandemic.

About the conference

In the online conference ‘Teaching and Learning Prospects after the Pandemic‘ on the 4th of December 2021 you will get inspiration and ideas for remote and hybrid teaching in schools and exchange ideas with participants and experts about the challenges and potentials of digital school development.

In lectures, workshops and panel discussions, you will learn how to make your remote and hybrid teaching more successful. The online conference will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m. (EET).

The online conference marks the conclusion of the Remote Schools project, which involved 38 schools from Bulgaria, Romania, Greece, Turkey, North Macedonia, Albania, Kosovo and Croatia.


The event takes place in the event app MEA. The program can be accessed via this app. If you have registered for the conference, you can access the conference via the link: https://goethe-institut.plazz.net and log in with your email address and password RS2021. We recommend using the Google Chrome, Firefox and / or Safari browser to open the app.


Hybrid teaching

Blue space: Hybrid teaching and learning

For the past year and a half, remote learning has become an integral part of everyday school life around the globe. Many teachers are now familiar with home schooling formats, online seminars and videoconferencing, and there are numerous apps and tools to make lessons interactive and exciting. Nevertheless, more holistic concepts to dovetail face-to-face and remote schooling – and thus create strategies for successful hybrid learning even after the pandemic – are often missing. In our blue space, we would like to address these aspects in lectures and discussions, and generate deeper insights into them in workshops on selected focus topics.


Green space: Digital school development

The growing agile potential unleashed at many schools by the Covid pandemic makes these schools a reflection of society: they move with it while also developing on their own. In line with this development, the roles expected from headmasters are also changing: in addition to a stabilising management and leadership function, they are increasingly supporting their schools in making processes more flexible to enable new digital approaches. Using methods such as the SAMR model or design thinking, schools are trying to adapt to the new circumstances and develop further. We would be happy to present some of these methods to you and encourage a joint exchange of views about the potentials and prospects of digital school development.


The speakers in our conference have many years of experience in the use of digital media and hybrid education. They come from different countries and will present their most successful online concepts. You can find detailed information about the speakers in our overview.

Participation and registration

The conference is public and attendance is free of charge
The registration period was extended to December 3rd, 2021.


Technical requirements

The conference will take place in virtual space. A stable internet connection is required for participation. More information on the technical requirements will be published here shortly.

The conference will be held via the event app MEA. By registering, you agree that your data (name, e-mail) will be transferred to the app. You can view the privacy policy here.

The conference will be recorded. By attending the conference, you agree to the subsequent publication of the recordings.


Your contact person for all questions concerning the conference:
Susanne Wunderlich, Goethe Institute Bulgaria