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10:30 - 11:00Redefining Teaching and Learning using Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence is becoming increasingly important in Education. In this talk, I will outline how Artificial Intelligence can be utilised to ensure quality provision of learning experiences and improve relationships between teachers and students, as well as looking at how AI can be utilised to improve teachers pedagogy and skillset. This is based on the work currently happening in Finland at New Nordic School.

Topic : VR / AI / Robotics

Speaker:
  • Stephen Cox | Chief Education Officer | New Nordic School

11:00 - 11:30Why every school needs a vocabulary curriculum - and how to build one!

If, as research suggests, the distance between the language rich and language poor grows incrementally day by day, surely an effective school would be one that meaningfully tries to bridge that gap. Planning how our students, all of our students, are going to learn new vocabulary seems like a good place to start. In this presentation, Aaron Leary will take teachers through the research behind the word gap and suggest strategies that teachers can take to teach vocabulary more effectively. Aaron will also offer his top tips on designing and implementing a successful whole school vocabulary curriculum and on how to transform your school into a place where language really matters.

Topic : Curriculum

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11:30 - 12:00Design Thinking in Education

Design Thinking in Education addresses future challenges in a variety of ways. Learners through design thinking process develop the core life skills such as communication, critical thinking, collaboration and creativity. Design thinking is applicable across all subjects and it can best be implemented with use of technology. Design thinking is versatile in nature. Its five stages include: discovery, interpretation, ideation, experimentation and evolution. Each stage opens up a new enquiry for learners to explore and experience their learning collaboratively which provides way to global mindedness. Design thinking at its core is inclusive of all learners, and impacts on students’ lifelong learning experiences. Schemes of work are adaptable to design thinking. Assessment opportunities are also various (Sample of students' work will be presented).

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

Speaker:
  • Diana Wilson | English Language Teacher | GEMS Cambridge International School Dubai

12:00 - 12:30Content and Language Integrated Learning: It’s Time to Take a Break from Teaching Language

Teaching a second language has always been a challenge for learners and teachers.  Teachers used to teach the language grammar and vocabulary in an abstract way to help students develop the language skills: listening, speaking, reading and writing.  Kids tend to forget most what they have learned once the lesson is finished.  CLIL approach is providing opportunities for students to use language to learn rather than learning to use languages which is the core task of language lessons. This case study from my experience as a teacher of language for more than 27 years, proves that learning language in contents causes faster and better acquisition of it.

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

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12:30 - 13:00Digital Transformation Trends: Aligning them with 21st Century Skills

There is no doubt that digital transformation is changing the way education is delivered in classrooms across the world today. But more importantly in the pursuit of digitizing education delivery, have we missed the woods for the trees? Are the digital transformation trends of AR, AI, VR etc. aligned with the skills children will need in the 21st century? How do we ensure we are developing the right skills in the children, while riding the digital wave? This presentation explains the above with empirical examples. 

Topic : Digital / eLearning

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13:00 - 13:30Building Teacher Capacity: A Model for School Improvement

The rapidly evolving nature of technology and the ease of access to all students to internet driven programs has seen a major shift in the way schools engage students in learning. This has seen a movement towards the creation of flexible learning spaces to accommodate new pedagogies. Consequently, the new learning environments that students find themselves in today are also the same new environments that teachers are working in. 

Topic : Digital / eLearning

13:30 - 14:00Data at your Fingertips: The Power of Live Dashboards

Data is one of the most valuable assets in any school, and with more and more industries moving towards big data models and data driven culture, schools still see data collection and analysis as a time consuming exercise and in some cases not offering essential insights. In this session, Nelly will dive deeply into the impact of live dashboards, presenting how harnessing the capabilities of Microsoft Power BI has enabled teachers to transform their reporting to parents and make better decisions. showcasing JESS's journey in the use of centralised markbooks and live reporting to parents. 

Topic : Digital / eLearning

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14:00 - 14:30Financial Literacy: The Missing Curriculum"

In the age of attainment and progress driving school inspection results, what "other" content deserves consideration and a place in our schools? In partnering with ChooseFI, a top-rated financial independence podcast on ITunes, Manor Hall International School has begun utilizing a K-12 curriculum for financial literacy. This helps us move the conversation away from salary and toward doing something students are deeply passionate about.

Topic : Curriculum

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14:30 - 15:00Do Schools Kill Creativity?

Creativity is as important as literacy and that, further, all children are talented and not afraid to be wrong. Mistakes should not be stigmatized but rather be seen as part of the learning process. Thus, “if you are not prepared to be wrong, you will never come up with something original”. Every education system on earth would have the same hierarchy of subjects. This system was built to meet the needs of industrialism and is therefore based on two main ideas: On the one hand it is based on the value of a person for the system, i.e. “the most useful subjects for work are at the top” and it would not be an option to become e.g. a musician. And on the other hand, it is based on his or her “academic ability”; since, by many, intelligence is linked with the latter, we have a limited view on intelligence and in it’s consequence many highly-talented, brilliant people who do not fit in the system do not realize their strengths.

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

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15:00 - 15:30From STEM to Innovation at JESS, Developing a New Curriculum

A look at how we at JESS have moved from STEM to creating a new curriculum that enables students to become the Innovators of the future. This curriculum utilises Design Thinking to allow students to problem solve and create solutions that are both innovative and fit for purpose. We will look at how Innovation has been successfully implemented in Years 7-9 (11-14 year olds) and how we are introducing this across both of our Primary campuses in a bespoke fashion, suiting their own nuances.

Topic : Curriculum

Speaker:
  • Clive Gibson | Head of Innovation and Design Thinking | Jumeirah English Speaking School

15:30 - 16:00From Isolation to Integration – Future purposeful learning

This presentation will discuss the challenges of current outdated curriculum and will offer a way forward by introducing the Nordic Baccalaureate, a new K-12 curriculum agnostic approach to the future of learning. The Nordic Baccalaureate, which gives real purpose to learning, uses 3-layered curriculum framing content & Finnish competencies around real-world issues being addressed by the UN Sustainability Goals. 

Topic : Curriculum

Speaker:
  • Stephen Cox | Chief Education Officer | New Nordic School

16:00 - 16:30The role of innovation and technology in Arabic language learning

How to make Arabic learning easier and fun for students through Innovation and technology.

Topic : Digital / eLearning

Speaker:
  • Rania Reda | Arabic Teacher , Author and curriculum designer | Dubai British School (Taaleem)

16:30 - 17:00The power of 'YET': Developing a growth mindset toolkit in education

Based on world-renowned, Stanford University-based psychologist, Professor Carol Dweck’s learning theory, ‘Growth Mindset’ is fast growing as a popular and effective approach in education, sport, business, relationships and parenting all over the world. During this talk, educators will be encouraged to explore the differences between a fixed and growth mindset in education, with the aim of introducing simple changes in their teaching and communication strategies to improve pupils' intelligence, ability, performance, behaviour and resilience. 

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

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17:00 - 17:30The effects of blended learning approach on students’ self-efficacy, attitudes towards the course and academic achievement in the UAE

This study, which has utilized a descriptive research design, sought to investigate the effects of blended learning, an innovative approach to education, on the self-efficacy, attitudes towards the course, and academic achievement of undergraduate students in a federal higher education institution in Sharjah, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Furthermore, the paper determined the areas for development and the challenges that course teachers and students came across during the implementation of the blended learning. Seventeen students and 5 lecturers from the faculty of education were purposively selected for this study. Surveys on students’ self-efficacy and attitudes towards the course; and a 36-item achievement test were given to the students. In addition, a survey on the areas for development and the challenges of blended learning was given to the students and teachers. Paired sample t-test was employed to compare the mean scores of students’ self-efficacy and attitude before and after the implementation of the blended learning, while interpretation of the central tendency and dispersion was conducted to determine the areas for development and the challenges of blending learning. Results revealed that the means scores for students’ self-efficacy and attitudes yielded significantly positive results, with after implementation ˃ before implementation. Students gradually demonstrated positivity and confidence that they could achieve the course’s objectives and learning outcomes. Moreover, above 60% of students achieved the learning outcomes significantly above the course requirements, while the rest satisfactorily met the course requirements. Course content, quality and quantity of learning materials and activities, tools for communication between teachers and learners, and conducive learning spaces are some areas that need improvement to ensure successful implementation of blended learning. Lastly, lack of training, complexity, technological fatigue, perception on the effectiveness of blended learning over traditional teaching, and students’ commitment and participation over non face-to-face environment are some challenges on blended learning.

 

Topic : Digital / eLearning

Speakers:
  • Aisha Alteneiji | Lecturer | Higher Colleges of Technology
  • Robin Ogdo | Faculty of Education | Higher Colleges of Technology

10:30 - 11:00Teaching Music - International Perspectives

We can all benefit by looking at how other cultures around the world learn and teach music. How much do we know about how pupils learn music in Columbia or Malaysia? Using practical examples we will explore different musical pedagogy from around the world. Andy will draw upon his years of experience travelling the world as an Ethnomusicologist, where he has studied and played along side musicians and music educators on every continent. His more recent work delivering teacher development to Schools worldwide has allowed him to gain a unique international perspective of music education. Delegates will explore world music that helps pupils learn all the elements of music, is inclusive, accessible and develops student creativeness. We will end with a short performance of some of the world music that we have been examining to ensure that delegates will see how new ideas and music-making experiences can be taken back to use directly in their own lessons. 

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

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11:00 - 11:30Reimagining schools for the 21st century: Why we need an agenda for change.

Can school design help us to realise a new vision for education that equips young people for life in a fast-changing world? This is the big question at the heart of Planning Learning Spaces, a new guide for anyone involved in the planning and design of learning environments. Murray Hudson has brought together educationalists and innovative school architects to pool their collective expertise and inspire the design of more intelligent learning spaces. He will prompt the audience to question common assumptions about how schools should look and how children should be educated: Why, they ask, have so many schools changed relatively little in more than a century? What form should a school library take in the internet age? Do classrooms really have to be square? Muray also tackles vital elements of learning space design such as the right lighting, heating and acoustics, and explores the key role of furniture, fixtures and fittings.

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

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11:30 - 12:00Learn a language to expand your learning

Learning in one language is good, but learning with two is better. The ability to translate from one language to another can take learning to a whole new level. It is not only words you are translating, rather the message between the lines, even the culture behind the text. I and my children are in the habit of looking for information about all sorts of topics like space, volcanoes, favourite toys and games, recipes, dancing.. etc. in English, German and Arabic, and our growth is magnificent.

 

Topic : Higher Education / Vocational

Speaker:
  • Loubna Ammer | Translator | MA in translation and Interpreting

12:00 - 12:30Online Exams: how effective are they?

In this presentation, I will highlight our experience with online exams. While online exams see to save institutions a lot of time and effort, additional factors need to be considered. These include meeting the objectives of the assessment, especially in achieving the prescribed course outcomes. The presentation will also include statistics of the satisfaction of students with online exams and their effect on their academic performances. 

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

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12:30 - 13:00Learning and Flourishing: Going beyond the data driven curriculum

This paper is a cross institutional study, considering a university and secondary school in Dubai, that contests and problematises the current neoliberal marketisation data driven paradigm of global education. It is hypothesised that many human capabilities, or opportunities for learning as flourishing, are neglected by test driven learning that has increasingly abandoned coursework, project-based learning, oral examination and cross curricula work. Furthermore, a test governed curriculum sees students as bundles of data ignoring the meanings that they attach to their learning. In this paper examples of enrichment approaches showcase social media projects and the Extended Project Qualification (EPQ). This qualitative study provides vivid visual and textual examples of learners’ views surrounding the anxieties of data driven learning and the beneficial experiences of learning as flourishing. 

Topic : Curriculum

Speaker:
  • Zoe Hurley | Assistant Dean for Student Affairs CCMS | Zayed University / Dubai English Speaking School

13:00 - 13:30To innovate, we need to drop the tech

There is a recent trend for schools to buy into the newest and the shiniest technology around, often spending thousands on hardware and software in order to try and keep up with 'innovation' in education and edtech. But why are we really doing this? Are we serving our pupils the best that we can, or are we simply trying to out do our educational neighbours? I have been involved in revamping our Computing curriculum and have focused on asking pupils what they want to learn about. Overwhelmingly, they want an opportunity to create, to design, to think. So my question is, does the tech we use give learning opportunities to our pupils, or should the pupils be given learning opportunities to use the tech? Listen to our student voice from Kent College Dubai to find out what they think and how they developed our new EIT curriculum.

 

Language : English

Topic : Digital / eLearning

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13:30 - 14:00How to Achieve & Reach Your Goals When Challenges Arise

I will talk about my personal experience in achieving my goals despite all the challenges I faced but I managed to get through all the trials until I finished my PhD and became a higher education teacher. I will also talk about my story with education, and consider it one of the most beautiful stage in my career. I considered that the students are people who come to learn and they are not educated. Therefore, it is my duty to teach and train them without expecting from them to be perfect. I also refuse to teach in a threatening environment so I seek to provide a safe learning environment. And focus on practical and realistic application of the theoretical application to get them understand enough . So I always try to give my students all my experience and try to help them overcome the difficulties successfully and less harm.

Topic : Higher Education / Vocational

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14:00 - 14:30The Efficiency of Using Fresh Grade App in the Education Process

What is the problem? As a teacher, I want the student to succeed but I do not have the time to teach them all individually. As a student, I know I learn better, when I am interested in and involved in my learning. As a parent, I want to know more about how and what my kids are doing in school.

Communication is key:

- Education is shared between the home and the school.

- Good communication is important as we work together to support student learning. What is formative assessment?

-What am I going? Clear learning targets, criteria for success.

-How do I close the gap? Descriptive feedback, adjust instruction.

-Where am I now? Collect and document evident, analyze evident.

What are the aims of this project:

- Making use of Interactive educational platforms.

- The formation of positive attitudes towards e-learning.

- Twinning between the segments of the educational community. 

Also I will give the audience more than 51 ways to used Fresh Grade in education.

Topic : Leadership and Management

Speaker:
  • Ali Almatari | Head of Department of Educational Technology | Ministry of Education

14:30 - 15:003D printing workshop

The development of patterns and forms of learning is due to the technological and technological development of society, the diversity and development of knowledge in all fields, and also the recent discoveries have opened new horizons in the field of teaching and learning. The most prominent of these developments was (3D printer), and the field of 3D printing, also known as (manufacturing plus) is a growing field attracting many researchers in a variety of disciplines, including computing, materials science, mechanical and electrical engineering, physics, chemistry, geography, astronomy, mathematics and even biology.
 
 

Language : Arabic

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

Speaker:
  • Mohamed Shaltout | Associate Professor of Education Technology and Consultant of E-Learning and Visual Arts

15:00 - 15:30Breaking down barriers: 5 Tips for Harnessing the Power of a Device Agnostic Community

As we approach 20 years into teaching our 21st Century learners, technology giants are collaborating ever more closely to create educational products which are accessible for everyone. In an era where schools are looking at the benefits of various BYOD policies and how to generate buy-in from their communities, it is essential that schools do not leave students and parents behind because of their device choices. In this session, Linda will share her five top tips that have helped her device agnostic school communicate, collaborate and create a truly inclusive environment that is supported by the students, parents and teachers preferred devices.

Topic : Digital / eLearning

Speaker:
  • Linda Parsons | Educational Technology Lead | Deira International School

15:30 - 16:00Dare to Dream : Venture to Mars from Tuwaiq

We are facing a great challenge of how to utilize our kids time after school hours. The lack of extracurricular activities, and quality content is becoming a growing challenge. Only 15% of Saudi students were involved in extracurricular activities in 2016. Extracurricular activities are one of the key selection drivers for parents and schools that offer strong programs to quickly differentiate themselves in the market. Several studies touched this problem and discussed the impact of afterschool program on kids. In a recent study conducted by Harvard, questioned if the participation in a quality after-school programs will make a difference on the kids, and the short answer was yes. My presentation aims to provide decision makers an overview of the importance of such programs and how can a consistent high-quality After-school programs products, services and tools; benefit kids of our region to reach their dreams, try something new, explore innovation, and above all, to be ambitious. 

Topic : Curriculum

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16:00 - 16:30The Future of Handwriting at School

The digital revolution has profoundly changed our lives and this dramatic impact needs to be reflected in education. Handwriting is increasingly being replaced by typing, and digital literacy related problems are on the rise: illegible, slow handwriting, reading difficulties, lack of understanding of typography and a shortage of teachers trained in handwriting. Scientific evidence shows that our senses are connected. This phenomenon is called multi-sensory integration. When we handwrite, the images of letters created in the brain are formed by sight as well as touch or proprioception. Handwriting, typing and reading are deeply related skills. Drawing fascinating parallels between Latin, Arabic and Chinese scripts, Christian le Comte presents a new paradigm to approach handwriting education: a bridge between reading and typography.

Topic : Digital / eLearning

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16:30 - 17:00Activating Educational Games in Teaching

The results of research and studies that are concerned with the process of learning and teaching to the effectiveness of a number of modern teaching strategies to improve the various abilities of applications. Freedom to express itself within a socially acceptable framework, enjoyable for her and those around her. Develop a love for learning and positive interaction, and help deepen the mathematical concepts and applications help to develop the skill of imagination and creative thinking and provoking the mind to think and solve mathematical problems, increase students' motivation to learn and achieve pleasure and thrill to have. 

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

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17:00 - 17:30Emotional Resilience for Examination Students

The Super Generation supports forward-thinking schools with educational well-being programmes to empower students to develop their social and emotional intelligence. As experienced educators we understand the correlation between student well-being and academic achievement.
Emotionally strong young people cope well with stress, have a positive self-image, have the ability to love and care for others and are focused on meeting their own needs. There is a tremendous amount of change during adolescence and the demands of examinations adds to the pressure which young people experience. Therefore it is essential that young people have the emotional skills and capacity to recognise these pressures and respond appropriately. The presentation looks at how teachers can help students recognise when they are under pressure, how to respond to it and how to build emotional resilience.

Topic : Learning Environment

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10:30 - 11:00Reshaping Space Through Education

With the rise of New Space and the descent of Hazaa Al Mansoori from the ISS, UAE is paving the way for coming generations to explore and innovate not only on earth but also in space! Krypto Labs, a global virtual incubator has taken significant strides in developing the UAE space economy in collaboration with the UAE Space Strategy such as bringing entrepreneurs to reshape NewSpace and strategically incubating startups focused in Space Sciences such as Labox Learning Solutions. This talk is about the latest trends and changes in the foreseeable future of UAE Space Sector brought about by education and entrepreneurship.

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

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11:00 - 11:30The Development of STEM education in West Africa: using Nigeria as a case study

STEM education and Digital Skills is no doubt the skills required for the future. Nigeria being the largest black nation and biggest country in Sub Saharan Africa has a role to play in shaping the future of Africa. The goal of our Robotics4Kids STEM training project is to bridge the developmental gap created through technology by igniting a passion for technological innovations via STEM Education from an early age in line with Sustainable Development Goals (SDG4) of the United Nations. Coding is becoming mandatory in schools globally. It is saddening that over 90% of Schools in Nigeria and West Africa do not have Computer Coding nor have STEM driven learning, as this is not entrenched in their educational curriculum. I’ll be sharing my failures, challenges, and successes attained, as a case study for realizing global ready schools in WesAfrica and repositioning Africa’s biggest country and economy in the global scheme of things through quality education.

Topic : Digital / eLearning

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11:30 - 12:00Unlock Students' Creativity Through Design Thinking

In a world of constant change where innovation is the drive, the need for a solution focused education is essential. Through Design thinking, learners will develop mindsets to face upcoming future challenges. The aim of the session is to give the audience/educators a glimpse of how using innovative tools with students, could potentially unlock their creativity, and create a link between what students learn inside classrooms to real world issues for the purpose of improving well - being of humanity.

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

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12:00 - 12:30Innovation in the Early Years

Looking at the inspection focus on innovation and how this can be illustrated through Early Years Practice.

Topic : Early Years

Speaker:
  • Emma - Marie Horridge | Deputy Head of Academics at Brighton College pre Prep Bangkok | Brighton college

12:30 - 13:00How Artificial Intelligence will reshape the future of Education

How Artificial Intelligence will reshape the future of Education. I will take participants into eye opening interactive speech were I will discuss projects I was involved in regarding pairing robot with school kids and elderly. Challenges and psychological aspects will be discussed.

 

Topic : Digital / eLearning

Speaker:
  • Samah Alafeef | Founder and General Manager | Metanoia Training and Consulting

13:00 - 13:30How IFHC and Al Ain Zoo Collaborate to engage young learners on conservation education in the UAE

The IFHC team continuously conducts workshops for UAE students. Our developed activities support teachers with curriculum integration in UAE classrooms and are aligned with the MoE curriculum. One of our success stories is our collaboration with Al Ain Zoo. We deliver workshops in their future -
focused interactive SZDLC. This initiative is one of the many ways in which we use innovative learning environments to create alternative classroom settings for students to learn about the importance of houbara and its position in the ecosystem. Workshops held are designed to ensure an unforgettable experience for learners. Experiential learning schemes follow a station rotation model. Themes are centered around illegal vs legal trading of houbara, the work of ecologists and tracking the houbara, the history of hunting houbara for food vs today’s national sport, the importance of conservation and sustainability, the FHC's efforts in captive breeding and preserving the habitat of the houbara.

Language : English

Topic : Curriculum

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13:30 - 14:00Intelligent interventions and deep learning through the use of AI

Topic : Digital / eLearning

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14:00 - 14:30The future of Learning and Technological Advancement

Research by the World Economic Forum estimates that 65% of children entering primary school will find themselves in occupations that today do not exist by 2025 Soft skills are increasingly becoming more valuable than hard skills for one reason: everything changes so fast, that your ability to adapt to changing circumstances, continuously learn new trends, think systematically and be proactive. Critical thinking and problem solving; innovation and creativity are becoming the norm for success of any learner. Technology has greatly expanded access to education and gave enormous opportunities for teenagers starting their own start-ups before even they turn 18. Just by knowing how to code, they can program their website and start doing their business. The future of technology in education is helping teachers to expand beyond linear, text-based learning and to engage students who learn best in other ways.

Topic : Digital / eLearning

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14:30 - 15:00The Secret Art of Making Mistakes

What if we could teach creativity and innovation to those who think they aren't creative? OR enhance the ideas of those who are? In the depths of any theatre, there is a costume room, ruled by a bunch of creatives, looking much like a small explosion has occurred ! A collective mismatch of Shakesperean dresses, paper trees, sequins, feathers, foam swords and 14 squeaky ducks. And as our students struggle to get their "ducks in a row", in a world where we are taught to get things right, put things n order, and follow the rules, we also need to give our students permission to mess things up, explore chaos, and make mistakes! This is the birthplace of creativity and innovation! In my talk "the Secret Art of Making Mistakes" I explore how we can enhance innovative thought and creativity by the adoption a few simple rules and a fun fresh mindset.

Topic : Innovative Methods / 21st Century Teaching

Speaker:
  • Katrina Clark | HOD Arts and PE, Drama teacher | Dwight School Dubai

15:00 - 15:30Smart Tools in the Education of the Future Generation

Recent research shows that students are increasingly relying on digital tools and web - based applications for learning and communication. Teachers must choose the appropriate digital resources for their lessons and identify the resources that will work best in classrooms, and improve their strategies for determining and evaluating digital content. Being a digital student does not just mean just using it fluently! But how these technical tools are harnessed in educational task and transform the technical environment into a learning environment that motivates him to research subjects and promote scientific concepts. It is the digital student who improves the skills and behaviors that support positive inte ractions with others in the digital world.

Topic : Digital / eLearning

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15:30 - 16:00Edtech / Technology-driven education or What employers are looking for in 21st century graduates

What employers are looking for in 21 century graduates 1. The skill gap - of the future 2. Strategies the schools and universities can adapt to reduce the gap 3. Faculty readiness to close this gap 4. Strategies to up-skill faculty 5. Technology necessary to take the school/university to the next level 6.Creating international collaborations to take this education institute to the next level 

Topic : Digital / eLearning

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16:00 - 16:30A New Generation of Individual IQ Test: The Adaptive I-Pad "Qiyas Battery for Intelligence" (5-18) years old

Dr.Mansour, in his talk, will explain the advantages of Individual IQ Tests and share the National Centre for Assessment's experience on the matter. 

Topic : Digital / eLearning

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