ISTE Conference

When: November 7th, 12:00 noon - 5 pm
Where: Congress 1

Speakers

Dr. Joseph South, Chief Learning Officer of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE)
Ms. Tatiana Shtein, The founder of the school of geniuses «Ein&Stein»
Dr. Steve McKee, CEO Labtech International
Mr. Dominic Savage, Director of the Education World Forum
Mr. Alan Whitaker, CEO of the Billion Child Foundation (BCF)
Mr. Gary Jones, Area Manager DACH, LEGO Education International
Mr. Tony Brandenburg, Internationally recognized education consultant
Ms. Ysanne Heald, Director of Sparrowhawk & Heald/TEEM Education

 

Timetable

12.00 - 12.05 Welcoming word by Mr Tony Brandenburg and Mr Danny Gauch
12.05 - 12.10 Introduction to the ISTE Standards and their global contribution by Mr Tony Brandenburg
12.10 - 12.20 Offical presentation of the ISTE Standards by Mr Danny Gauch, Director General, Worlddidac Association and Dr Steve McKee, Member of Worlddidac Association
12.20 - 13.05 Dr Joseph South, Chief Learning Officer of ISTE, Opening Keynote
«Learning 1st, Technology 2nd: Leading Learning Transformation»
13.05 - 13.50 Ms Ysanne Heald, Director of Sparrowhawk & Heald / TEEM Education
«Lets focus on the young students!»
13.50 - 14.30 Mr Dominic Savage, Director of the Education World Forum UK, Mid-afternoon Keynote
14.30 - 15.05 Panel - «What can we learn from global initiatives and successes in education»
hosted by Mr Tony Brandenburg, International Education Consultant, with Dr Steve McKee and Dr Lauri Tuomi
15.05 - 15.40 Ms Tatiana Shtein, The Founder of the school of geniuses «Ein&Stein», Special Guest Presentation
«Developing math intelligence in early childhood. How to bring up world math champion»
15.05 - 15.40 Mr Alan Whitaker, CEO of the Billion Child Foundation (BCF), Special Guest Presentation
This presentation relates to the award winning International Education Districts Centre of Excellence Programme
15.40 - 16.15 Mr Gary Jones, LEGO Education International, Special Guest Presentation
« STEM in Secondary School - «is it too late?». If we leave STEM until secondary education can we produce enough creative thinkers for our future needs?»

 

Registration

 

 

Contact

For the media enquiries please contact Kateryna Schuetz, schuetz@worlddidac.org

 

 

 

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