Egmond Boon | Head of Creativity and Innovation
Canadian International School

Egmond Boon, Head of Creativity and Innovation, Canadian International School

With more than 23 years of working experience in various international environments, Egmond Boon has developed an expertise in the integration of innovations in national and international educational organisations. His latest projects involved the successful implementation of a Virtual Learning Instructional Continuity plan, creative and innovative MakerSpaces, MultiMedia rooms and Recording Studios related to a STEAM approach at the Canadian International School in Singapore. With a clear focus on the teaching and learning processes and the development of key skills amongst all learners, Egmond Boon effectively led his teams to coach and train students, faculty members and other stakeholders. Egmond Boon is a family man who is passionate about innovation, technologies, big data, artificial intelligence, creating music, digital storytelling through still and motion pictures, drones, robots, and a beginner programmer. He is an Apple Distinguished Educator and Certified Apple Foundations Trainer, Google Certified Innovator, and Google Certified Trainer, Certified Microsoft Innovative Educator and Certified Microsoft Innovative Educator Trainer, Common Sense Certified Educator and Ambassador, Certified Hapara Champion Educator and Lego Education Certified Trainer. Egmond Boon is one of the panellists to share his knowledge, expertise and insights on the topic Creating and implementing an effective emergency preparedness and crisis response plan.


EduTECH Asia Virtual 2020 K-12 Conference Day 1 @ 09:30

Live Panel: Creating and implementing an effective emergency preparedness and crisis response plan

Emergencies can happen at any time, and when they happen at school, everyone should be prepared to handle them safely and effectively. How can administrators, teachers, staff, parents and students work together to promote and maintain school-wide safety and minimise the effects of emergencies and other dangerous situations.
last published: 19/Jun/20 01:16 GMT

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