Following the global explosion of digital learning, the maker movement has grown in popularity. Playful physical engagement ensures learners not become bound to digital devices and ignore the world around them, but leads to increased ability to respond to life uncertainties through critical thinking, discovery, exploration, self-esteem, teamwork, and overcoming failure while inventing.
26 February 2020 | 12:30 - 14:10 | Session 2: Balancing Today’s Challenges with tomorrow’s Opportunities
This session will cover the specifics of modern education and will give an answer to the question “how in the era of digital transformation education companies face today’s challenges and turn them into tomorrow’s opportunities”.
12:30-1:00 - Panel Discussion with below speakers and then each speaker has 15 mins for a presentation
1:00 - 1:15 - Martin Dewey - Today's Challenges Are Tomorrow's Opportunities It's undeniable that the learning function needs to move at a faster, more frequent pace, adapt to changing business needs, and break free of old mindsets about "traditional learning," which tended to be somewhat static — if not carved in stone
1:20 - 1:35 - Rebecca Klemm - Education and Learning as Drivers for Sustainable Development Societies all over the world are challenged by different obstacles and uncertainties. What unites people everywhere is the belief that quality education is inevitable to create a sustainable future, and that education and learning play the key roles in changing people's mindset to do so.
13:40 - 13:55 - Dr. Steven McKee - Platinum Member Workshop – Virtual TVET
2:00 - 2:10 - Summary by Tony Brandenburg