Special Educational Needs, Tuesday 5 November 2019
Opening Keynote Plenary: Powering education with Artificial Intelligence
In this opening session for EduTECH Asia 2019, we explore the real impact artificial intelligence is having on education. From incorporating AI into pedagogy to teaching AI, see how arguably the most disruptive technology in a generation will impact you and your students
Afternoon Keynote Plenary: Creating a digital learning culture
In this session, we explore how teaching and learning are changing, and how technology is a key enabler of this change. Get practical insights into how your institution can embrace the new digital paradigm and how you can make sure your students benefit from it
The SEN focus groups will allow deeper discussions on specific needs. Delegates can simply pick a table and join the discussion. The focus groups will be led by an expert moderator and will run for 60 min.
Special Educational Needs
1) Focus Group Discussion – Learning & Reading Disabilities
Special Educational Needs, Wednesday 6 November 2019
Morning Keynote Plenary: Fostering creativity
Creativity & critical thinking. Two skills frequently identified by employers as some of the most valuable in their workforce. So how do we make sure that we are equipping our students with the skills they need to get ahead in future? Join this keynote session as we explore how inquiry-based learning, project-based learning and much more can help you create the workforce of tomorrow.
The future of learning is personal. New technologies and pedagogies are enabling students to take responsibility for their own learning, regardless of their age. In this session, hear from personalised learning innovators as they share tips and tricks for getting started on your own personalised learning journey.
There’s no substitute for face-to-face interaction. Join this brand new session for 2019 and enjoy a short, friendly 1-on-1 coaching session from one of our 60 mentors. You (or your team of up to 3) simply pick a mentor from across our 9 categories, and get your burning questions answered. Make sure you book your 15-minute slots early as availability is limited and slots will fill up fast.
Special Educational Needs
SEN Mentor 1: Helen Trethewey
5 areas of expertise
Using technology to facilitate personalised learning
Knowledge of online resources to support dyslexic students and other specific learning difficulties – including screeners, reading and spelling programs, memory programs, touch typing, graphic organisers
Using assistive technology in class to support students with dyslexia, ADHD and other learning difficulties
Interpreting computer generated assessment data to identify students with learning difficulties; including INCAS, CAT 4, Lucid COPs
Best apps to use to support SEN students learning and organisational skills