This pandemic has definitely changed the way students were used to the traditional learning. Nowadays schools face a time to re-adapt and transform E-learning as the key instrument for interactions. Now that schools have started, it is interesting to see if they are able to e-learn exclusively or in a traditional way as well.


About the event:

How have the schools adapted to the new way of teaching?

How will schools look in the following months  and what advice do you have for students?

These are only a few questions our experts will answer on the 2nd Edition of our E-learning Conference.

This is an opportunity to engage in new conversations with industry key experts and discuss on various scenarios and contingency plans that education business should be developing. Discover what it’s needed, what it’s lacking, and how you can fill the gap.




Dorin Călin

Dorin is Operational Director and joined the Junior Achievement Romania team in 2006. In JA, he managed the entrepreneurship education program, financial education programs, external funding programs, various projects and competitions, and the ITC infrastructure and tools. He has extensive experience in implementing and managing international projects, being project manager for 5 European grants.



Matt Tansley

Matt Tansley is the Head of Secondary at the International British School of Bucharest.  He has been teaching for over 20 years, and has been a school leader for 7 years, with three of those at IBSB.  Matt has been a science specialist, as well as a school inspector for the Independent Schools Inspectorate (ISI) and an accreditor for the Council of British International Schools (COBIS).  Matt has a passion for developing curriculums as can be seen through IBSB involvement in the High Performance Learning (HPL) programme, as well as blending new technology into learning experiences for students.  He has been a driving force for the successful implementation of an online learning programme at IBSB, as well as putting into place a blended learning programme since the return to school in September.


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