*GERMAN* Die Zukunft der Bildung in Deutschland
Die Zukunft der Bildung in DeutschlandDr. Jan Zybura (Moderator), Daniel Jung, Volker Schebesta
Dr. Jan Zybura (Moderator)
Jan leads the MCEI initiatives and team at the University of Mannheim and is part of the ifm Entrepreneurship Team since summer 2011. He was involved in Entrepreneurship teaching and restructuring the teaching towards more practical/ action-oriented formats at the Chair of SME Research and Entrepreneurship from his first day in office. Jan has co-founded MCEI in 2012-2013 and been in charge of its further development since. He believes in a serendipitous startup culture of
paying it forward and mutual learning, and loves startups with lots of scalability. His vision is a flourishing Startup Ecosystem around the University of Mannheim. Academic background: Jan is a management scholar and holds a B.Sc. in Economics (2008) and M.Sc. in International Business (2010) from Maastricht University. He has obtained his doctorate in management from the University of Mannheim (2016).
Daniel Jung is not just an ordinary Youtuber with 100 million views on Youtube, but also a successful businessman. Without any doubt, he is part of the new movement of Education Bloggers.
Everything started a while ago with short Math tutorials, which have now reached school and university standards. At the same time, he launched his first startup which attempted to revolutionize tuition at home.
Today, he builds with the team of his news startup “StudyHelp” the future of combined online/offline learning systems.
Daniel also teaches and supports major companies in fields such as employer education and innovation processes in form of his work for the Daniel Jung Academy.
In addition, he tests a special approach to co-working with a focus on SMBs in his hometown.
In lectures and speech hold in schools, universities and firms he mainly focuses on the following two topics: The future of learning and the future of work. He normally uses his talks to transform them into Youtube content to enable everyone to become part of his journey.
His upcoming major projects are the creation of a creator network and a special program that aims on enabling young children how to code.
Volker Schebesta (born in 1971) has been Member of the State Parliament of Baden-Wuerttemberg for the constituency of Offenburg since 2001. From 2006 until 2011, Schebesta acted as spokesperson on education policy, from 2011 until 2016, he was vice-chairman and chief parliamentary secretary of the CDU state parliamentary group in Stuttgart. Since Mai 2016, Schebesta has been holding office as parliamentary state secretary within the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports Baden-Wuerttemberg.
After his military service and his law studies at the University of Freiburg, Schebesta started his career as parliamentary advisor for economic policy within the CDU state parliamentary group. A position as personal advisor to Minister Dr. Christoph E. Palmer in the State Ministry of Baden-Wuerttemberg followed. Later, Schebesta was admitted as lawyer and partner in a law firm in Offenburg.
Volker Schebesta joined the CDU while still at school. Today he is district chairman of the CDU Ortenau.
Moreover, Volker Schebesta is voluntarily engaged, for example within the executive board of Dorfhelferinnenwerk Sölden e.V. and as member of the diocesan council of the Archdiocese of Freiburg. He lives with his family in Offenburg.
Besides bringing people and machines together, Dr. Moßler likes to take part in philosophical disputes and discuss current political and social issues.