Launched in 2019, EduFest Le Rosey is an international festival of education hosted in Switzerland. 

 

EduFest isn’t just an unmissable opportunity for professional development; it’s also an excellent way for those in other industries to learn more about education and the teaching profession. The festival combines the latest educational research with provocative – and sometimes controversial – ideas. Our three core strands include Research and Innovation, Women in Education, and International Perspectives. Join us at our beautiful campus in Rolle for an inspiring day of in-person talks, debates, workshops, and discussions focused on teaching, learning and education in its broadest sense.

IFOE Date and Time

Dylan Wiliam • Becky Allen • Emmanuelle Anex • Angeline Aow • David Ardley • Diana El Azar • Tom Bennett • Tatiana Bésory • Adam Boxer • Pedro De Bruychere • Isabelle Chappuis • Celina Chien • Robin Corminboeuf  • Anne Corriveau • Eowyn Crisfield • Natasha Devon • Tom Duckling • Liz Free • Jack George • Laetitia Grail • Carl Hendrick • Lee Howell • Conrad Hughes • Leila Ibnou-Zekri Ould-Ali • Adrian Kearney • Nancy Lhoest-Squicciarini • Robin Macpherson • Jean-Jacques Martin • Raphael Minder • Martin MusÁlek • Allison Ochs • Carli Ochs • Dan Pearcy • Parm Plummer • Vivienne Porritt • Tj Power • Céline Renaud • Gabriele Rizzo • Martin Robinson • Karen Taylor • Erin Threlfall • Roger Wehrli • Sandrine Wenger • Julia Wilke • and more!

You’ll hear from speakers that will challenge your assumptions about education…

… and give you the tools to approach education-centred issues from a new point of view. You will have the opportunity to build on new skills and learn different strategies and techniques to create more effective learning spaces. Over the day, you’ll build powerful connections with fellow teaching professionals and education enthusiasts alike, developing a shared meaningful learning experience. With a goal to educate, debate, and celebrate the teaching profession, EduFest 2022 promises an educational festival like no other!

Sessions will be taking place in either French or English. Please see the programme agenda to learn more about our workshops and speakers.

EduFest 2022, our personalised schedule builder. 

 

 

Have you made your personalised schedule on our app, EduFest 2022 yet? You don’t need to register beforehand to attend a session, but you can add any session to your calendar to make sure you never miss a speaker or forget a room.
 

You can view the full festival schedule, or simply hover over a session title for more information. If you’re looking for a specific session, language, or topic you can filter by type or use the search bar.
 

Help us cut down on paper waste. Download EduFest 2022, available on the Google Play Store and the App Store.

The New York Times inEducation, our exclusive international media partner for the festival. 

 

 

The New York Times is a global media company dedicated to creating on-the-ground, expert and deeply reported independent journalism. Established in 1851, The New York Times’s mission is to seek the truth and help people understand the world. In education, their goal is to help today’s students become tomorrow’s global citizens. 

 

The New York Times Education Subscription Program works with thousands of schools and universities around the world to connect students to the world around them. Through the Education Subscription Program, schools can provide their students and faculty with unlimited digital access to The New York Times News product, via NYTimes.com and The New York Times News App.

 

The New York Times has been a supporter of education and readership programs since 1932, and since establishing an academic site license and digital education subscription program in 2013, millions of students from nearly 3,000 educational institutions all over the world have access to NewYork Times journalism.

 

If you are interested in learning more about the Education Subscription Program and the value it can provide your school, please reach out to Josine de Wolde at jdewolde@nytimes.com.

Launched in 2019, EduFest Le Rosey is an international festival of education hosted in Switzerland. 

 

EduFest isn’t just an unmissable opportunity for professional development; it’s also an excellent way for those in other industries to learn more about education and the teaching profession. The festival combines the latest educational research with provocative – and sometimes controversial – ideas. Our three core strands include Research and Innovation, Women in Education, and International Perspectives. Join us at our beautiful campus in Rolle for an inspiring day of in-person talks, debates, workshops, and discussions focused on teaching, learning and education in its broadest sense.

IFOE Date and Time

You’ll hear from speakers that will challenge your assumptions about education…

… and give you the tools to approach education-centred issues from a new point of view. You will have the opportunity to build on new skills and learn different strategies and techniques to create more effective learning spaces. Over the day, you’ll build powerful connections with fellow teaching professionals and education enthusiasts alike, developing a shared meaningful learning experience. With a goal to educate, debate, and celebrate the teaching profession, EduFest 2022 promises an educational festival like no other!

Dylan Wiliam • Becky Allen • Emmanuelle Anex • Angeline Aow • David Ardley • Diana El Azar • Tom Bennett • Tatiana Bésory • Adam Boxer • Pedro De Bruychere • Isabelle Chappuis • Celina Chien • Robin Corminboeuf • Anne Corriveau • Eowyn Crisfield • Natasha Devon • Tom Duckling • Liz Free • Jack George • Laetitia Grail • Carl Hendrick • Lee Howell • Conrad Hughes • Leila Ibnou-Zekri Ould-Ali • Adrian Kearney • Nancy Lhoest-Squicciarini • Robin Macpherson • Jean-Jacques Martin • Raphael Minder • Martin MusÁlek • Allison Ochs • Carli Ochs • Dan Pearcy • Parm Plummer • Vivienne Porritt • Tj Power • Céline Renaud • Gabriele Rizzo • Martin Robinson • Karen Taylor • Erin Threlfall • Roger Wehrli • Sandrine Wenger • Julia Wilke • and more!

 

Sessions will be taking place in either French or English. Please see the programme agenda to learn more about our workshops and speakers.

EduFest 2022, our personalised schedule builder. 

 

 

Have you made your personalised schedule on our app, EduFest 2022 yet? You don’t need to register beforehand to attend a session, but you can add any session to your calendar to make sure you never miss a speaker or forget a room.
 

You can view the full festival schedule, or simply hover over a session title for more information. If you’re looking for a specific session, language, or topic you can filter by type or use the search bar.
 

Help us cut down on paper waste. Download EduFest 2022, available on the Google Play Store and the App Store.

The New York Times inEducation, our exclusive international media partner for the festival. 

 

The New York Times is a global media company dedicated to creating on-the-ground, expert and deeply reported independent journalism. Established in 1851, The New York Times’s mission is to seek the truth and help people understand the world. In education, their goal is to help today’s students become tomorrow’s global citizens. 

The New York Times Education Subscription Program works with thousands of schools and universities around the world to connect students to the world around them. Through the Education Subscription Program, schools can provide their students and faculty with unlimited digital access to The New York Times News product, via NYTimes.com and The New York Times News App.

The New York Times has been a supporter of education and readership programs since 1932, and since establishing an academic site license and digital education subscription program in 2013, millions of students from nearly 3,000 educational institutions all over the world have access to NewYork Times journalism.

If you are interested in learning more about the Education Subscription Program and the value it can provide your school, please reach out to Josine de Wolde at jdewolde@nytimes.com.