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Next-generation education emphasizes the “Four C’s of learning” : Critical thinking, Communication, Collaboration and Creativity. How K–12 schools and universities integrating technology into the curriculum can bring those skills to life and transform the way students learn
Students at every age should be encouraged to think deeply so that they have the chance to become the innovators, educators, and leaders who can solve the most pressing challenges facing our future.
STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art & Math) inspires students to think more broadly and to solve problems with a hands-on approach.
By attending this webinar you will learn about:
*How introducing students to STEAM at a young age to cultivates progress from project-based learning through collaborative exploration
*Problem-based learning which focuses on real-world problems, and ultimately to place-based learning where students learn by doing
Ready or not, schools and tertiary institutions have had to quickly adapt to teaching online. However, with no luxury of time to experiment, schools and institutions now are pressed to incorporate authentic online assessment strategies to achieve students online learning progress and also prepare for a very different future of education.
By attending this webinar you’ll learn from our elite panel
*How to build and develope online/virtual assessment strategies as a new capability
*What are the opportunities and challenges with online assessments?
*How can schools and insitutions provide scalability and security to build the case for widespread adoption for online/virtual assessment
Classroom goals remain the same online and offline to improve student learning and accelerate positive outcomes. The education environment is changing and educators need to be able to keep up with the new ways of teachings.
Join the discussion on how we are creating the classroom of the future, helping to bridge the school-home gap for students, parents and teachers
Our elite panel shares guidelines on:
*How to make learning interactive
*How smart boards can energise the learning environment
*How to create student-led learning environments
*Assessing students understanding in real-time
Some teachers have fully embraced EdTech in their classrooms, while for others, it's a work in progress. Traditional methods of teaching have had their place for decades, but as technology becomes a bigger part of our daily lives, it's clear that there's a need for it in the classroom as well. Make sure you join in as our panelists give their tips for using technology in the classroom, and the tools that you can use to save time and improve the learning experience.
Our teachers have had to significantly change the way they deliver instruction - marshaling their resources, getting comfortable with new tech & changing mindsets. But what about the students? Which platform suits them the best? Choosing an edtech solution is not a one-size-fits-all approach - listen in as our experts share their insights and strategy when picking the perfect online learning platform.
The pandemic has forced institutions to adapt and as such students have gone #fromclasstocouch - but what tech works and what tech doesn't? Join in on the discussion of how in this unpredictable landscape, schools and universities can tap into the right technologies that will push the forefront of online teaching.
Covid-19 is fundamentally changing the educational landscape. As educators, students and parents adapt to a digital world, the desire for tech enabled solutions is growing rapidly. Join our panel of experts as they keep you informed on staying ahead of the of the curve and creating personalised learning experiences by collaborating with innovators and disruptors