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Why do we resist change as we grow older? How can we nurture and develop an organisational culture that embraces change and encourages collaboration?
Richard examines why change has become increasingly challenging and how risk aversion can stifle individuals and organisations. He explores how to harness the power of creativity, curiosity and confidence in uncertain times and why we must shift the paradigm to understand that change is not a programme or a strategy but an ever-present organic part of the 21st Century.
In this fireside chat, our keynotes Dr Noah W. Sobe, Kathleen Naglee and Armand Doucet will explore the key considerations of what it means to educate for tomorrow’s future. Our panellists will discuss the need for transformation in education, and how to press reset on why we learn, what we learn, and how we learn.
Noah, Kathleen and Armand will also share recommendations around three core questions:
Delegates are invited to join our guest speakers for this interactive roundtable discussion on EdTech.
In this session, we will discuss lessons learnt over the last couple of years with regards to the EdTech tools implemented in schools before and during the pandemic. And we will consider what went well, what could have been better and some of the key advances that have been made.
Educational technology is spiralling out of control in many schools; stressing teachers and pupils, confusing parents and burning out the IT team. Add to that the dual pressures of new data protection legislations and cyber threat, and school leaders are looking for a way to regain control.
Glaucia Rosas and James Wilkinson, founders of The EduTec Alliance, explain how we ended up here and some simple steps to take back the reins.
Every school aims to reach the highest standards and we all go on different journeys to get there.
In this case study presentation, Emma Overton and Judy Dean will share the way they have approached this at the British School of Barcelona, which is to look at the whole eco-system in relation to teaching and learning and how the elements are interlinked.
Key presentation points include:
Delegates are invited to attend this roundtable discussion on Edtech and Ethics. Facilitated by John Mikton from the International School of Luxembourg, this roundtable will be camera-on and delegate-led, to ensure all participants have the opportunity to share their experiences with one another, provide peer-to-peer support and guidance on the session topic.
Key discussion points will include:
In this presentation, Dr Andreas Schleicher, Director for the Directorate of Education and Skills – Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), will share an update on the latest OECD findings, and discuss how schools must adapt their learning provision for an interconnected world.
*Programme subject to change