The conference program at SETT provides inspiration directly from teachers, preschool teachers, leisure teachers, educators, school leaders and suppliers who have experience of changing the way schools and preschools learn. Changes where modern communication played a major role. The content is presented through inspirational seminars, lectures and even more practical workshops. All in order to give you new interesting ideas on how you can practically and concretely develop both yourself and your school in new exciting directions.
Choose lectures on site
You do not pre-register for specific lectures but instead decide which speakers you want to listen to. Note that you must have a conference ticket for the track you want to participate on.
In addition to the conference, there is an active exhibition floor where exhibitors invite you to lectures, workshops, discussions and more!
Choose which track you want to participate on
Choose between the Pedagogy and Didactics track or the Leadership and Development track. You can also register as an exhibition visitor. Then you get access to the exhibition itself, but not the lectures.
History of SETT
SETT stands for “Scandinavian Education Technology Transformation” and is Scandinavia’s largest trade fair and conference for modern and innovative learning. Since its inception in Stockholm 2012, SETT has had a formidable growth and success. The conference has been developed into two major conferences in Stockholm and Oslo, Lillestrøm. Last year, there were just over 8,000 visits to the conference in Stockholm. SETT aims to create an arena to highlight the main things that happen at school in both digital and other learning and development tools.
Easyfairs is part of Artexis Easyfairs Group, one of Europe’s leading trade show companies, which organizes 125 events in 16 countries and operates 10 facilities in the Benelux countries and Scandinavia. Artexis Easyfairs has two business areas that are operated under two brands, Artexis which owns and operates the fairgrounds Kistamässan, Malmömässan and Åbymässan and the fair organizer Easyfairs, which conducts over 50 own fairs annually in Sweden. www.easyfairs.com
Meet In Grid is a production company that creates modern arenas for learning and change. Our passion and drive is the power of learning. We believe that the magic of the meeting is in the grid with others that change is being made and strengthened. www.meetingrid.se
The Teachers’ Union is the only organization that gathers power from the entire teaching profession. With 234,000 members, the Teachers’ Union is the largest trade union in the Nordic region for you as a teacher, school leader or teacher student – from preschool to university in one union. Together we get the right things to happen in School Sweden. Welcome as a member too! www.lararforbundet.se
Stockholm is the country’s cultural, media, economic and political center. The City of Stockholm is growing rapidly and is estimated to have one million inhabitants by 2020. A creative school environment with a modern IT support stimulates the city’s students and educators to renew and develop the way of teaching and learning. A well-thought-out use of IT in the city’s schools can also equalize digital divisions and contribute to sustainable social development. All high school students have their own computer and 40,000 tablets are distributed in the elementary schools. Through digitization, the City of Stockholm lifts pedagogy and heavy administrative processes are streamlined. www.stockholm.se
Uppsala is Sweden’s fourth largest city and is located in one of Europe’s most expansive and knowledge-intensive growth areas. The city’s two internationally highly-ranked universities provide unique opportunities for both scientifically-based school development and professional development for the education administration’s 6,000 employees. The administration is one of the largest in the country and works together from an 0-19 year perspective. It gives the opportunity to follow every child from preschool to high school and to give the right support in working towards the student cap. www.uppsala.se
The Internet Foundation is an independent, business-driven and non-profit organization. We work for an internet that contributes positively to people and society. We are responsible for the Internet’s Swedish top-level domain .se and manage the operation and administration of the top-level domain .nu. The revenues from the business operations finance a number of initiatives aimed at enabling people to make the best use of the Internet, and stimulate knowledge sharing and innovation with an internet focus. www.internetstiftelsen.se