With experience in international education policy and practice, Juliette Norrmén- Smith works on the nexus of digital technology, inclusion, and education. In UNESCO’s Division of Education Policies and Lifelong Learning Systems, she works to strengthen the programme on digital transformation in regional and country level activities. With experience mobilizing international, multistakeholder partnerships, she is part of the UNESCO steering team for the Digital Transformation Collaborative for equitable, scalable, sustainable digital transformation in education. She also coordinates the work of the UNESCO-chaired Working Group on "Data for Learning" of the Broadband Commission for Sustainable Development.
Juliette holds an MSc in Comparative and International Education from the University of Oxford, where she specialized in inclusive digital pedagogies. Her subsequent work as a researcher at Oxford focused on hybrid spaces to understand the needs of students and staff in tech-enhanced teaching spaces. Prior to this, Juliette spent three years as a public-school teacher of students with special needs in New Orleans, USA.
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