Bob Fryer Professor R.H. (Bob) Fryer CBE is now retired from full-time paid employment. He is Chair of the Campaign for Learning UK and a Visiting Professor at several British universities.. Bob was formerly Chief Learning Advisor to the Department of Health and National Director for Widening Participation in Learning. His latest publications include Promises of Freedom: Citizenship, Belonging and Lifelong Learning (2010)
Doris Pack is a German politician and Member of the European Parliament (since 1989). She served as a member of the Bundestag 1974–1983 and 1985–1989. She is a member of the conservative Christian Democratic Union, part of the European People’s Party. Pack is the chair of the EU Committee on Culture and Education (since 2009).
Beate Vollmer is a teacher of English and Philosophy at a German grammar school. She has some experience with eTwinning projects, worked as an eTwinning Ambassador and has designed project kits for the European competition about European citizenship.
Bart Verswijvel is a Belgian educator who has been for many years a mother tongue teacher of Dutch in a secondary school . At this moment he works as a Pedagogical Adviser for the Future Classroom Lab in Brussels and he has a part time job at the Flemish National Support Service for eTwinning.
Jöran Muuß-Merholz holds a master in educational management. In 2006, he co-founded the “Archiv der Zukunft” (“archive of the future”) – a network of progressive educators. The network grew rapidly to become one of Germany’s crucial players in educational reformation. 2009 Jöran started his agency “J&K – Jöran und Konsorten” (“Jöran and fellows”) started their activities to strengthen the connections between the educational and the digital world.