Building Capacity

  • The key objective is to make the best use of new technologies to build world-class 21st century skills in all areas of study especially mathematics, science, and English language through use of newer and cost-effective delivery tools and digital learning contents. This theme also deals with vocational and ‘lifelong education’ opportunities to the youth and adults in order to retool them and build newer skills to improve their productivity commensurate with the needs of the 21st century globalized world.

    Key drivers from leading countries using technology-enabled education will deliberate on the pressing challenges of technology-enabled education from capacity building to reengineering pedagogy; change management to providing digital access.

    This theme is ‘powered by technology, fueled by information and driven by knowledge.’ The conference aims to provide the delegates with an understanding of the various trends and issues associated with the information age in the domain of development in education. The conference also aims at bringing on board case studies, lessons learned, and best practices that could help the stakeholders including decision makers in addressing pertinent issues and drawing policy recommendations and strategies apt for the information economy striving hard to spread the word of education.

    Key conference topics:

    • K-12
      • ICT literacy
      • Project-based learning through ICT
      • Reducing dropouts
      • Increasing learning attainments
      • Teacher training
      • Future classrooms
      • Science and Math education trends
    • Higher Education
      • Skill development for software outsourcing (Programming, Project Management, Communication, BPR)
      • Education and Research Network as National Innovation Imperative
      • Science, Tech, Engineering, Math and medical education trends
      • Can online courseware stem the student migration?
      • Social networking as learning tool
    • Technical and Vocation Education and Training (TVET)
      • Skills development for ITES
      • High-growth areas for TVET: graphic design, nursing, Arabic call centres
      • Vocational education for the global marketplace
    • Educational governance and policy
      • Open and distance learning in the digital era
      • PPP in e-Education
      • Policy issues in e-Education
      • ICT systems for education administration and governance
      • Assessment for 21st century skills
      • Global employment market and education
      • Local employment market and education

 

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