21 August 2023
EDUtech_talks sat down with the Association of Indian Principals to find out more about the challenges their members are currently facing when it comes to EdTech, AI, and curriculum development.
Revisit some of the highlights from our EDUtech Malaysia event that featured the Director of Educational Technology Resources from the Ministry of Education Malaysia, and public and private school leaders from K-12 institutions across the country.
Embracing technology, balancing traditional practices with new pedagogies, ensuring equitable access
Ahead of AIP’s visit to EDUtech Asia 2023, we sat down with Partnerships Director Dr. Chetna Sabharwal to find out more about their organisation, what challenges their members have highlighted as top priorities, and how they’re working with different stakeholders including university leaders and policymakers.
Watch the full interview here.
The road towards greater digital education in Malaysia
Back in May 2023, EDUtech brought together education policymakers and K-12 school leaders to discuss the current landscape in Malaysia and how EdTech implementation is going to evolve in the months and years to come. Director of Educational Technology Resources from the Ministry of Education Malaysia, Encik Zainal Bin Abas headlined the event, providing us with an insight into future policy developments.
You can now revisit all sessions on EDUtech_talks, including discussions surrounding curriculum developments, emerging educational models that are taking shape, the state of teacher CPD, and an intriguing conversation with students on their learning experience over the past two years. Here are some of our top picks.
Upgrading Learning Environment: Raising the bar for student engagement
Explore emerging models of education and how technology can be meaningfully applied to enhance the learning experience and support student engagement.
Preparing students for ‘Borderless’: The changing responsibilities of education institutions
Encik Zainal shared how even with the pre-emptive implementation of a digital learning platform in 2019, there is still more work to be done to digitalised education. He also shares the need for educators to reimagine the curriculum, keeping in mind the need to prepare students for a ‘Borderless’ world.
Here’s what students have to say about the hybrid learning environment
Do digital natives enjoy online learning? Students take centre stage to give feedback on their online learning experience, what they would change about it and how wellbeing is now a priority concern of theirs.
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