Cognita Global Conference 2021:

Education & Technology


This year, The Cognita Global Conference aims to look at the impact technology has had supporting students’ wellbeing and academic achievement, and to explore how technology will solve the challenges of a post-Covid world on 6 key topics.

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- Keynote speakers

- Sharing best practice

- Student and teacher workshops

Open call for presentations


Teacher Best Practice

We are calling teachers all around the world to share their experiences applying a new strategy at their school during the pandemic.

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Student Projects

We are calling students to gather and show us how they put into practice the new trends in technology and education.

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These are the main topics related to Education and Technology that we are going to explore. Click on the icon to know more!


The Sciences -Technology -Engineering -Arts -Math approach provides students with tools and methods to explore new and creative ways to solve problems, display data, innovate and link multiple fields. Learn to think outside the box, dare to step out of the comfort zone.

Robotics & AI

Robotics allows students to interact, think and exchange ideas on how to solve problems. It greatly enhances their creativity. AI also allows related technologies to develop their educational potential, including virtual reality and augmented reality.


This educational practice transfers the dynamics of games to the teaching and learning process toachieve better results in the integration of knowledge and the development of skills and competences.

Extended Reality in Education

Enables, through the analysis of advanced data (e.g.,use and preference of materials, learning progression, development of specific skills and/or competences) that, using technology, relevant information can be gathered about a process, e.g.,teaching and learning.

Digital Wellbeing

This is about being aware of how being online can make us feel and taking care of ourselves and others when we are online. Being aware of how our emotions, mental wellbeing and even our physical health are affected, and knowing what to do if something goes wrong

Digital Culture​

Involves appreciation, exploration, behaviour and engagement of various digital tools, environment,and artefacts to cope with technology. For example, evidencing effects on people left by changes associated with the pandemic or improving some processes.