Dr. Hind Abou Nasr Kassir

Founder, SEEDSARAB

Founder of SEEDS for professional development and the online Arabic and Vocational Training with experience in policy and curriculum design in the Ministry of Education of the UAE. A Doctoral Degree from the University of Liverpool in the United Kingdom in studying the globalization impact on education policies and reforms notably the pandemics In the MENA region. Senior educationist, Curriculum Expert, and an International certified assessor by NAYEC certified for early childhood teachers having over 19 years of experience in government curriculum designing, project management based on blended learning and digitalized content evaluation, and class observation, inspection and reporting based on government and non-government standards. Distinguished as the UNGSII Key speaker for youth empowerment in Espoo (Finland) and Vatican (Rome) for the SDG4 and workshop moderator at the Beijing CSW64 and design thinking with academic impact universities. Keynote speaker and Panelist for Cambridge education forums. Consultant in School Evaluation in STREAM and in Talent- based science project for the YOUNG TALENT AWARD Publisher in science and inquiry of science Effectiveness/ the Science – Inquiry Teaching Approach on the Students’ Achievement and Engagement in the UAE Public Schools. Advisor of the international relations for women in APN WOMEN OF AFRICA NETWORK and Member of the Vatican Taskforce for security

 

SPEAKER SESSIONS

Leadership stream

14 November 2021 | 14:35 - 14:55 | English | The Blended Learning Effective implementation aligned with the SDG goals and the innovation theory of the entrepreneurship

1.25 billion students (SDG 4) Lost their education worldwide due to COVID 19. The pandemic has exposed fundamental weaknesses in our global system. It has shown how the prevalence of poverty, weak health systems, lack of education, and a lack of global cooperation exacerbate the crisis. The priority now is to have lives. Does the octagonal framework of blended learning be the answer? How can we as policymakers, teachers, and students build a more resilient education experience after the pandemic and be more prepared in light of the sustainable goals framework?