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The last two years have forced institutions to adapt quickly to changing educational conditions. Bringing together lessons and learnings from universities across Australia and Asia, this session will focus on how edtech can be implemented to create meaningful and lasting assessment change.
More and more universities and schools are opening online courses which allow students to learn anytime, anywhere. Schools are now integrating digital methods into their traditional ways to make room for independent and creative learning. Some schools are also introducing collaborative learning, where students interactively learn with other students via social media and online study rooms.
The global economy is undergoing a digital transformation with greater integration of digital technology into services and businesses. This has generated an appetite and need for graduates that are digital-ready. Universities need to meet this demand by equipping their students with the critical skills to navigate and excel in this digital economy. From industry partnerships to rethinking curriculums, higher education institutions play a central role in developing employability skills in their students.
The growth of technology-enabled teaching and learning has opened the doors to more classroom models. As schools cope with multiple disruptions and uncertainty, blended learning is establishing itself to be a valuable and effective option to adapt lessons and ensure continued learning in the long run. Blended learning utilises a combination of digital and active learning to nurture independent learners.
This panel discussion explores the opportunities blended learning presents and how schools can establish it for the long-term. Understand how to align learning objectives, pedagogy, technology, and capabilities for successful implementation.
This session will be conducted in Thai.
การปิดโรงเรียนที่แสนยาวนานในช่วงกว่า 18 เดือนที่ผ่านมา ได้ผลักดันให้โรงเรียนและนักการศึกษาได้มีโอกาสลงทุนและเข้าถึงการสอนที่ใช้เทคโนโลยีเพื่อให้แน่ใจว่าผู้เรียนจะได้มีการเรียนรู้อย่างต่อเนื่อง ในขณะที่เราเห็นการใช้เครื่องมือดิจิทัลเพิ่มขึ้น เราจึงตระหนักถึงคุณค่าและความสำคัญที่พวกเขาได้นำมาเครื่องมือเหล่านั้นมาสู่ห้องเรียน อย่างไรก็ตาม ความสามารถทางดิจิทัลและการจัดหาทรัพยากรระหว่างทีมผู้สอนและผู้เรียนมีความสำคัญอย่างยิ่งต่อการสร้างความมั่นใจว่าผลการเรียนรู้จะบรรลุผลได้ในระหว่างการเรียนรู้ออนไลน์
เมื่อเราก้าวเข้าสู่รูปแบบของห้องเรียนใหม่ การประเมินการใช้งาน edtech มีความจำเป็นอย่างยิ่งในการเก็บเกี่ยวผลประโยชน์อย่างเต็มที่จากเครื่องมือและแพลตฟอร์ม คณะผู้เชี่ยวชาญจากการอภิปรายนี้จะมาแบ่งปันมุมมองเกี่ยวกับวิธีที่เทคโนโลยีจะสามารถขับเคลื่อน e-learning รวมถึงกลยุทธ์ที่อยู่เบื้องหลังการวางแผนการใช้งานตลอดทั้งบทเรียนและกิจกรรมในห้องเรียน
Higher education institutions are at a turning point. Covid-19 has disrupted universities worldwide, with short-term impacts on study through the shift to remote learning and longer-term implications for the provision and structure of higher education. How can universities continue to exist and provide value in the wake of disruptions including rapid technological advancement, geopolitical shifts and a changing workforce and economy?
As the world returns to some semblance of ‘normal’ life, universities are beginning to carve out their ‘new’ normal. Digital campuses, modified lesson delivery, curriculum transformations are just some of the key drivers of a dynamic and vibrant university of the future.
This new normal's main challenge is improving learner engagement, knowledge retention and confidence. Creating a new learning environment can result in lasting change and results. Explore virtual techniques, imaginative new worlds and immersive training environments that could help minimise learning loss and maximise technology as a driver to meaningful and stronger learning outcomes.
Educators and edtech experts share their experiences and best practices for designing interactive and engaging online learning experiences.
Over the past year, teachers and students have experienced prolonged periods of school closures. This has had a profound impact on the student-teacher connection. With falling student participation and engagement, it is challenging to deliver effective lessons and assess how much learning has happened. But can educators do more with their tools?
In this talk, educators across all levels share how they have built engaging learning experiences on their LMS and how online assessments have enhanced teaching and learning.
Information Communication Technology (ICT) skills are a critical part of daily life today, making ICT knowledge an essential competency that employers expect in graduates. Educators are tasked with embedding ICT as an integral part of their curriculums, preparing their students to enter a digitally driven workforce.
Professional certifications such as those endorsed by the Linux Professional Institute (LPI), provide validation, and prove of ICT skills students have acquired through college and university education. In this talk, Cesar Brod will walk-through the anatomy of certification exams, best practices as an effective LPIC trainer and how to teach certain LPIC-1 topics.
Remote learning has made capturing student attention even more challenging. As online learning continues for the foreseeable future, teachers must continue to find new ways to pique and sustain student engagement. However, the key may lie in weaving brilliant stories into classroom plans. A mixture of mediums, images, music and sound can bring lessons to live and illustrate complex concepts in a digital space.
In this talk, Cesar Brod will provide some examples of Linux Professional Institute’s learning materials can help support educators in constructing stories for their lessons.
Educators must ensure that their students will be equipped with the skills that they need to be part of the digital age’s agile, future-ready workforce. Those looking to get into the ICT field are at a key point in the industry, and the opportunities are rife. To effectively provide this knowledge to their students, educators also need to continuously upskill.
The ICT market has evolved in a way that everything is defined by components in the cloud, mobile computing and Internet of Things devices. In this talk, Cesar Brod will illustrate how ICT careers have evolved and what you and your students should do to be attractive to the market.
With limited opportunities to venture out of the classroom due to various constraints, educators need not worry about students missing out on experiential learning. By leveraging on Augmented Reality (AR) and Virtual Reality (VR) capabilities, students can be immersed in real-life environments that add a deeper level of understanding.
From hazardous locations to difficult customer interactions or futuristic simulations, you could create any situation with striking realism to enhance the learning experience. This panel discussion explores how leveraging the potentials of immersive technologies can support training, research and exploration.
Over the last year, educators from K-12 to Higher Education have been adapting to the hybrid learning environment and dealing with the challenges that come with marrying the physical with the virtual. Educators have identified the need to minimise loss of learning while running effective and engaged hybrid classrooms and more often concurrent classrooms as a key consideration.
Teaching in this environment requires a transformed, modern classroom supported by learning management systems (LMS) that offer training and support, as well as innovative hybrid classroom solutions that create a truly successful combined in-class and distance learning experience for students at all levels.
Quite simply, education is the very foundation — and, indeed, continuation — of civilization. As such, Higher Education plays a critical role towards the cultivation of modern talents for society today, as well as tomorrow.
As COVID-19 continues to disrupt the world, the learning experience of students, teachers, and school administrators alike — of education as a whole — has been severely impacted on a global scale, with Higher Education facing unprecedented challenges in a moment of profound change. In response, local authorities have increasingly turned to Information and Communications Technology (ICT), to ensure business continuity effectively accelerating the education industry's digital transformation.
On June 8, 2021, at 16:00–18:05 (UTC +8), join us online for the Asia-Pacific Higher Education Innovation Forum, in partnership with EDUtech, where we will create " Embracing the New Era of Intelligent Education, New Value Together, " You can expect great discussions with participation from leading education practitioners and administrators across Asia-Pacific. We hope to connect great minds and discover how we can leverage ICT to make intelligent education a reality.
In response to disrupted school calendars over the past year, educators in Indonesia have had to adapt traditional in-classroom learning to distance learning using online tools. Now, as the government leads the path towards reopening schools by July with a hybrid learning model in mind, and educators are once again preparing for change.
In this webinar, experts will discuss the strategies and tools that educators can utilise to prepare for the upcoming hybrid learning scenario to ensure a smooth transition from the current online learning model.
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