How to include the handicapped? How can we shape intercultural education and training? How can we meet the opportunities and challenges of digitalisation? What characterises individual learning biographies? What knowledge and skills will be required in the future? The answers to all these questions will be discussed from 14 to 18 February 2017 at didacta 2017 in Stuttgart. The education trade fair takes place each year, rotating between the three locations of Cologne, Hanover and Stuttgart. As the world's largest trade fair for this sector, it provides a comprehensive insight into the entire education and training system, from early childhood education to vocational training and lifelong learning.
The further training programme is aimed at teachers, educators, trainers and personnel developers. In addition, high-ranking representatives from politics, business, science and society come to didacta to find ways for the education and training of the future and to exchange opinions and ideas.
In order to maintain an overview of all 1,500 events at didacta 2017 and not to miss a presentation, it's best to seek information in advance. The framework programme for didacta will help you and provide an overview of the most important events and schedules in the individual exhibition areas.
Are you looking for a specific programme point? Then you can use our programme search. In this way, you can quickly access the most important information regarding all aspects of your preferred event.
Would you like to find out more about the exhibitors at didacta? Then have a look at the current directory of over 900 top-quality exhibitors at didacta 2017.
- Educational equipment
- Teaching and learning aids
- Audio-video technology
- Information technology
- Communication technology
- Further education providers
- Conference facilities and nurseries
- School supplies and games/toys
- Sport articles
World's largest education trade fair showcases the future of learning in Stuttgart / 900 companies from over 25 countries meet up to 100,000 visitors