We are pleased to work with British Council who commissioned a pilot study to understand how Lengo – Point of Learning Platform (www.lengo.it) can be used to assess Critical Thinking and Problem Solving with both teachers and students from schools in Lebanon and Ethiopia. This pilot was timely as the debate on the assessment of[…]
Report from the Center for Curriculum Design Knowledge for the Age of Artificial Intelligence: What Should Students Learn? Seeks to look at the structure of the curriculum in schools in the light of the rise of artificial intelligence. By Maya Bialik & Charles Fadel January 2018 CCR_Knowledge_FINAL_January_2018 CCR_Knowledge_Supplement_January_2018
Live Stream at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/rvG5Gk34tUM SESSION TITLE: Education Fast Forward Debate – “From Global Competence to National Success” DATE and TIMING: Monday 22 January 09.00 – 10.25 DESCRIPTION: Debate and discussion addressing the links between developing skills of global competence and both individual and national success. The session will be livestreamed from the Education World Forum and[…]
Imagine Education and onQ Announce Innovative Partnership to Redefine Anytime, Anywhere Learning NEWS PROVIDED BY Dec 07, 2017, 08:30 ET LONDON and ATLANTA, Dec. 7, 2017 /PRNewswire/ — Imagine Education, a leader in global learning solutions, and onQ™, a revolutionary digital content delivery platform for communications and learning, today announced a strategic partnership to deliver Aspire ― a new joint solution that[…]
A short animation that introduces the Teachers First project which is helping Egypt to achieve its dream of becoming a Learning Society by putting students at the centre of learning.
Dr Tarek Shawki at the Education World Forum (January 2016). Dr Shawki discusses the approach to education in Egypt.
Imagine CEO Jim Wynn quoted in the EdTechReview (India) in an article “The Global Search for Education: Learning How to Learn” during the recent Education Fast Forward debated from the Education World Forum in London. Read the article here
Imagine CEO Jim Wynn quoted in the Shanghai Daily in an article “The Global Search for Education: Learning How to Learn” during the recent Education Fast Forward debated from the Education World Forum in London. Read the article here
Join the Education Fast Forward Debate ‘Learning Literacy by Design’ and join EWF Ministers of Education on Jan 18th Follow them on Twitter #EFF16 Come to the website at http://www.effdebate.org/eff16/
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