As the dust settles and a new status quo is established, how are schools managing and adapting to this new landscape? Online learning is now a key pillar of curriculum planning, but teacher-learner challenges are still lingering in the background. Questions of well-being, digital citizenship and relationship building come into play as physical interactions are reduced. How can schools support their educators to adapt effectively? How can schools address technology gaps? On the flip side, how can gaps caused by technology be fulfilled?

Moderator – Georgina Dean, Director of Learning Technology, The International Community School of Jordan

Panellists – Naima Charlier, Director of Teaching and Learning, Nord Anglia International School Hong Kong; Alexandre Trespach Nenes, Co-Principal, Sinarmas World Academy; Neal Oates, Vice Principal, Star International School Mirdif; Matthew Scott, Senior Vice Principal, Middleton International School


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