We were planning that the Global International Pedagogical Forum would be held in November 2019 in five countries simultaneously. By August 2019 some alignment is needed in the preparation process of the Forum. The Organising Committee which is based in several cities and countries of the European Union is working hard on the Forum‘s conduction. By August 2019 it has been already invested more than 3.000.000 EUR.
The major concern which appeared on the preparation stage of the Global International Pedagogical Forum IPF∙2019 is that: over 70% of the best teachers from the vast majority of countries all over the world cannot afford covering their traveling expenses.
You can read more about why IPF∙2019 turned to IPF∙2020 HERE.
Our activities are not ignored. We receive letters from representative offices of the world leaders with warm wishes and support for the Forum.
We have already received letters from representatives of Great Britain, Austria, Australia, Brazil and nine other countries' leaders.
We organize the Global International Pedagogical Forum IPF∙2020, which will be held 2-6 November, 2020 simultaneously in five countries and cities around the world – Finland (Helsinki), Singapore, the USA (Washington D.C.), Poland (Warsaw) and Germany (Berlin). The Forum will be broadcast live.
The best teachers from all the countries of the world take part in the IPF∙2020 for FREE. The Organizing Committee pays for the participation, accommodation and meals. Any teacher can participate remotely. Paid participation for teachers is also available.
Teachers of each country will get new information about the skills and methods of work of their best colleagues from all over the world. On the IPF∙2020 we will collect, combine and share all the best in education and open up it to everyone.
Our goal is to let the best teachers of each country share their huge teaching and education experience to the world. We have gathered the best educators - the strongest teachers from all over the world to answer the questions on what and how to teach children in the future.