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K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300), 2019年11月5日(火)

Opening Keynote Plenary: Powering education with Artificial Intelligence

In this opening session for EduTECH Asia 2019, we explore the real impact artificial intelligence is having on education. From incorporating AI into pedagogy to teaching AI, see how arguably the most disruptive technology in a generation will impact you and your students
08:35

Organiser’s welcome remarks

Ben Summerton
08:45

Chair’s opening remarks

Ben Summerton, Technology Coordinator, Singapore American School
Graham Brown-Martin
09:00

Artificial Intelligence in education - Don’t ignore it! Harness it!

Graham Brown-Martin, Founder, Learning Without Frontiers
Adrian Lim
09:30

Tech for Good in a digitally ready society

Adrian Lim, Digital Literacy And Participation, Digital Readiness Cluster, Infocomm and Media Development Authority of Singapore (IMDA)
Colin Marson
09:50

AI and Education: How Google is changing the way we learn

Colin Marson, Head of Google for Education, APAC, Google for Education
10:10

Exhibition visit & networking refreshment break

Pedagogy Innovation

Michael Moreton
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
11:10

Track Chair's Remarks

Michael Moreton, Head Of Secondary, Taylor's International School Puchong
Justin Kilgore
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
11:20

Why is coding the new literacy for students?

Justin Kilgore, Steam Coach, Shanghai Singapore International School
Staci Kalmbacher
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
11:40

Promoting pedagogy innovation with the Pioneering Spirit Programme

Staci Kalmbacher, Director Of Educational Technology, Dulwich College Suzhou
Steve Crapnell
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
12:00

Authentic learning in an information - rich environment

Steve Crapnell, Head Of Digital Pedagogy, All Hallows' School
12:20

Exhibition visit & networking lunch

Afternoon Keynote Plenary: Creating a digital learning culture

In this session, we explore how teaching and learning are changing, and how technology is a key enabler of this change. Get practical insights into how your institution can embrace the new digital paradigm and how you can make sure your students benefit from it
Panel discussion
13:40

Finn and fun: Lessons from Finland's new school curriculum

Moderator: Ben Summerton, Technology Coordinator, Singapore American School
Marjo Kyllonen, Head Of Development Unit, Education Division, Helsinki, Finland
Mikko-Jussi Laakso, Adj. Professor And Director, University of Turku, Finland Centre for Learning Analytics
Pasi Silander, Head Of Ict Development Programs And Digitization, Finpeda
Olli Vallo, Co Founder And Head Of Education, Kokoa Standard
Pasi Sahlberg
14:15

Education and the New Digital Divide

Pasi Sahlberg, Deputy Director - Research, Gonski Institute For Education, University of New South Wales
Niko Lindholm
14:30

How to strengthen the Edtech Ecosystem in Singapore and SEA

Niko Lindholm, Program Director, EduSpaze Edtech Accelerator
14:50

Exhibition visit & networking refreshment break

Learning Technologies

Sue Beveridge
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
15:40

Global Education Insights and the Future of EdTech

Sue Beveridge, Education Advisor, SMART Technology Inc
Tim Evans
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
16:00

VR, AR and MR: Learners as creators of an immersive future

Tim Evans, Educational Technology Specialist, Stamford American School Hong Kong
James Haworth
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
16:20

Integrating a Makers Model in a primary school

James Haworth, Lead Teacher Learning Technologies, Sha Tin Junior School

Personalised Learning

Panel discussion
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
16:40

Panel: Path to personalisation - defining and doing it right

Moderator: Michael Moreton, Head Of Secondary, Taylor's International School Puchong
Mikko-Jussi Laakso, Adj. Professor And Director, University of Turku, Finland Centre for Learning Analytics
Brady Cline, Digital Literacy and STEAM, Australian International School
Chris Smith, 3rd Grade Teacher, Data & Innovation Specialist, Singapore American School
Nicole Dyson, Director, Future Anything
Talitha Amalia, Director, Education And Development, Solve Education!
Paul Swanson
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
17:20

Reprioritising personalised learning - Moving beyond content to life- long skills

Paul Swanson, Director Of Digital Learning, Stamford American International School

New for 2019! Pecha Kucha Quick Fire

7 minutes, 20pictures x20 slides. No time to waste! Hear from 3 innovative educators in each track as they share their experience using technology in the classroom. Sessions will be crowdsourced.
Petcha Kucha
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
17:40

Achievement unlocked! Badges and Microcredentials to boost engagement

Carlos Diaz, Head Librarian, The American School, Vietnam
Petcha Kucha
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
17:47

Change, Strategic Planning and a Leadership tool-kit for disruption and your personal well-being

Doug Thomas, Principal, Claremont College
Petcha Kucha
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
17:54

Digital Hygiene for leaders

Brian Taylor, Assistant Principal - Curriculum Technology Integration, Bangkok Patana School

End of Day

last published: 10/Oct/19 06:45

 

K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300), 2019年11月6日(水)

Morning Keynote Plenary: Fostering creativity

Creativity & critical thinking. Two skills frequently identified by employers as some of the most valuable in their workforce. So how do we make sure that we are equipping our students with the skills they need to get ahead in future? Join this keynote session as we explore how inquiry-based learning, project-based learning and much more can help you create the workforce of tomorrow.
08:45

Organiser’s welcome remarks

Atima Joshi
09:00

Chair’s opening remarks

Atima Joshi, Founding Principal, Middleton International School
Jackie Gerstein
09:10

Deconstructing SAMR for deeper level of Heutagogy or Education 3.0

Jackie Gerstein, Faculty And Gifted Education Teacher, Walden and Western Governors Universities and Santa Fe Public Schools in New Mexico
Panel discussion
09:40

Innovating from the inside-out - Ideas and insights from the President’s Award Winner in Singapore

Moderator: Atima Joshi, Founding Principal, Middleton International School
Victor Ansheng Chew, HOD ICT, Rosyth School
Ella Siu, Senior Lecturer, Republic Polytechnic
Noi Sian Koh, Senior Lecturer, Specialist (Data & Analytics), Nanyang Polytechnic
10:10

EduTECH Masters Hackathon - Student Finalist Showcase

10:20

Exhibition visit & networking refreshment break

EduSHARE Roundtable Session 1

Simply pick a table and join the debate! The first roundtable session will happen from 11:20-12:05 and the second session will happen from 12:05-12:50
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
11:20

Being a future school leader

Janelle Ford, Deputy Principal, Claremont College
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
11:20

Curriculum mapping and transformation to drive innovation

Michael Moreton, Head Of Secondary, Taylor's International School Puchong
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
11:20

Design thinking for staff

Jasmine Ong, Head Of Learning And Development, Inspiros International School
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
11:20

Ed-tech capabilities and learning outcomes

round tables
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
11:20

How to transform your school into a Bilingual school?

Christian Soulard, Principal, Lycee Francais de Singapour
Iain Riley, Ib Principal, Shanghai Liaoyuan Bilingual School
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
11:20

How to use technology to spark creativity in the classroom

Tim Evans, Educational Technology Specialist, Stamford American School Hong Kong
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
11:20

Tips for teaching digital citizenship to students

Norrizan Razali, Founder And Managing Director, Tech Capacity
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
11:20

Trends in Immersive Technologies in Education/Training

Pradeep Khanna, Executive Director Asia Pacific And Global Co-Chair Education, VR AR Association and Global Mindset

EduSHARE Roundtable Session 2

Simply pick a table and join the debate! The first roundtable session will happen from 11:20-12:05 and the second session will happen from 12:05-12:50
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
12:05

Being a future school leader

Janelle Ford, Deputy Principal, Claremont College
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
12:05

Curriculum mapping and transformation to drive innovation

Michael Moreton, Head Of Secondary, Taylor's International School Puchong
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
12:05

Design thinking for staff

Jasmine Ong, Head Of Learning And Development, Inspiros International School
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
12:05

Ed-tech capabilities and learning outcomes

round tables
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
12:05

How to transform your school into a Bilingual school?

Christian Soulard, Principal, Lycee Francais de Singapour
Iain Riley, Ib Principal, Shanghai Liaoyuan Bilingual School
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
12:05

How to use technology to spark creativity in the classroom

Tim Evans, Educational Technology Specialist, Stamford American School Hong Kong
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
12:05

Tips for teaching digital citizenship to students

Norrizan Razali, Founder And Managing Director, Tech Capacity
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
12:05

Trends in Immersive Technologies in Education/Training

Pradeep Khanna, Executive Director Asia Pacific And Global Co-Chair Education, VR AR Association and Global Mindset
12:50

Exhibition visit & networking lunch

13:59

Afternoon Keynote Plenary: Personalised Learning

The future of learning is personal. New technologies and pedagogies are enabling students to take responsibility for their own learning, regardless of their age. In this session, hear from personalised learning innovators as they share tips and tricks for getting started on your own personalised learning journey.
Anna Nordell Westling
14:00

Personalizing education at scale through AI

Anna Nordell Westling, Chief Marketing Officer, Sana Labs
Andrew Miller
14:30

Maximizing the Human Connection in the 21st Century Classroom

Andrew Miller, Director of Personalised Learning, Singapore American School
15:00

Exhibition visit & networking refreshment break

Meet the Mentors - New for 2019!

There’s no substitute for face-to-face interaction. Join this brand new session for 2019 and enjoy a short, friendly 1-on-1 coaching session from one of our 60 mentors. You (or your team of up to 3) simply pick a mentor from across our 9 categories, and get your burning questions answered. Make sure you book your 15-minute slots early as availability is limited and slots will fill up fast.
Yi Xian Ng
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
16:00

K-12 Mentor 10: Ng Yi-Xian

5 areas of expertise:
  1. School management
  2. Financial analysis
  3. Mindfulness
  4. Leadership
  5. Change management
Yi Xian Ng, Executive Director, Eton House
Pratibha Kohli
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
16:00

K-12 Mentor 11: Pratibha Kohli

5 areas of expertise:
  1. STEAM Education
  2. Life Skills integration in education
  3. ICT Skills for teachers
  4. K 12 schools
  5. Micro-scale Chemistry Laboratory
Pratibha Kohli, Principal, Maharaja Agrasen Model School
Muhammad Imran Bin Hassan
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
16:00

K-12 Mentor 12: Muhammad Imran bin Hassan

5 areas of expertise:
  1. Student Voice & Student Agency
  2. Formative Assessment
  3. 1:1 iPad
  4. Empathy and compassion with Tech
  5. Google Suite
Muhammad Imran Bin Hassan, Subject Head, Educational Technology, NYGH
Steve Crapnell
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
16:00

K-12 Mentor 1: Steve Crapnell

5 areas of expertise:
  1. Working with OneNote W10 app or 2016 in a learning environment
  2. Developing a mastery approach to teaching Mathematics
  3. Supporting staff to engage with a pedagogy change
  4. Developing and implementing a flipped learning approach to teaching
  5. Planning, creating and delivering a staff professional development program that engages with emerging technologies
Steve Crapnell, Head Of Digital Pedagogy, All Hallows' School
Christine Norton
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
16:00

K-12 Mentor 2: Christine Norton

5 areas of expertise:
  1. School Management
  2. Change Management
  3. Curriculum Design & Implementation
  4. International Education
  5. Outcome-Based Education
Christine Norton, Head Of School, Australian International School
Seth Roberts
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
16:00

K-12 Mentor 3: Seth Roberts

5 areas of expertise:
  1. Coaching Teachers
  2. Curriculum Writing
  3. Supervision and Evaluation
  4. School improvement
  5. Professional Development
Seth Roberts, Director Of Teaching And Learning, International Bilingual School at Hsinchu Science Park
Patrick Holt
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
16:00

K-12 Mentor 4: Patrick Holt

5 areas of expertise:
  1. Digital Literacy
  2. Technology Integration
  3. Blogging as a Pedagogy
  4. Design Thinking
  5. PersonalLearning Networks: Why Participation Matters
Patrick Holt, Head Of Educational Technology, GEMS World Academy (Singapore)
Jasmine Ong
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
16:00

K-12 Mentor 5: Jasmine Ong

5 areas of expertise:
  1. Collaborative learning
  2. Design Thinking
  3. CPD
  4. Professional Learning Communities (PLC)
  5. Organizational Management
Jasmine Ong, Head Of Learning And Development, Inspiros International School
Janelle Ford
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
16:00

K-12 Mentor 6: Janelle Ford

5 areas of expertise:
  1. Co-Teaching
  2. Building Successful Teams
  3. Leading Cultural Change
  4. When Best Practice Becomes Common Practice
  5. Job-Embedded Professional Learning
Janelle Ford, Deputy Principal, Claremont College
Nneka Johnson
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
16:00

K-12 Mentor 7: Nneka Johnson

5 areas of expertise:
  1. Design Thinking
  2. Social Media
  3. Flipped Teaching/Blended Learning
  4. Teacher Professional Development
  5. Classroom Technology Integration
Nneka Johnson, Director Of Innovation, The International School Of Dakar
Atima Joshi
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
16:00

K-12 Mentor 8: Atima Joshi

5 areas of expertise:
  1. Building learning environments for early and primary years
  2. IB Primary Years Programme
  3. Wellbeing and Behaviour Management through Mindfulness
  4. Inquiry based learning for primary school
  5. Building a positive school culture (K-12)
Atima Joshi, Founding Principal, Middleton International School
Staci Kalmbacher
K-12 (Level 3, Meeting Room No, 300)
16:00

K-12 Mentor 9: Staci Kalmbacher

5 areas of expertise:
  1. Ed tech leadership
  2. Innovation in learning
  3. Professional learning
  4. Community development
  5. Teacher agency
Staci Kalmbacher, Director Of Educational Technology, Dulwich College Suzhou
last published: 10/Oct/19 06:45

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