The Frankfurt Book Fair is also an important international platform for educational media of all kinds: More than 1,000 publishers, technology suppliers, service providers and other player from the educational field gather here to do business, to network, to find new trends at the many publishing events around the Fair days.
The Classroom of the Future is characterised by innovation, interaction and creativity.
Here, pupils, teachers, students and publishers can immerse themselves in the education of the future. In 2016, the Classroom of the Future will once again offer exciting expeditions on current topics.
The interactive lessons allow for first-hand learning and discovery. For the first time, this year, the Classroom of the Future is offering supplementary learning materials, made available free of charge on various platforms. The project will also have a brand new look at the Frankfurt Book Fair: a black-and-white design, which will become increasingly colourful through creativity and ingenuity over the course of the week of the fair.
This year, the following topics will be featured in the Classroom of the Future:
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With its projects and conferences, the education initiative LitCam promotes equal opportunity in education. At the Frankfurt Book Fair, LitCam presents its projects and diverse stage programme in the Kulturstadion (Culture Stadium), Hall 3.1. During the week, trade visitors can witness talks and discussions on educational topics, while football takes the centre stage during the weekend.
Further information on LitCam
Starting on the International Literacy Day in 2015, the German Publishers & Booksellers Association, the Frankfurt Book Fair and LitCam introduced a joint initiative for refugees with the slogan “Books say welcome”. With the help of donations from the book trade, reading and learning corners are created in order to give refugees quick and easy access to educational and reading material. The project will be continued in 2016: At the Frankfurt Book Fair 2016, exhibitors will present their "German as second/foreign language" as part of the new collective exhibition “Books say welcome” in Hall 3.1.
Learn more about "Books say welcome"