Heritage, invited to World Education Week to share about using new technology in education
World Education Week’s organizers establish different tasks for each participant school that must be coordinated by the schools themselves during the conference week. Heritage was delegated to present to the world its wide experience in using technology to deliver global collaboration in the classroom. Therefore, on 9th of October, Heritage will host a virtual event on “Using tech tools to engage learners in our hybrid reality” and will make a retrospective analysis of its academic performance during the pandemic. Heritage will also review alternative methods for distance learning, which have proven successful in the Heritage Community. On this occasion, Heritage will show the participants from all around the globe, both teachers and students, a wide variety of digital tools that can be incorporated easily into the hybrid learning system in 2020 and considerably improve it.
The event will take place online, will last for almost an hour and will be held in English, with multi-language automated live captioning during streaming. If you’re interested in the event, we encourage you to register at worldeduweek.org.
About World Education Week
World Education Week is a global initiative that brings together thousands of schools worldwide. Organizers will facilitate 100 virtual events during the conference week. The exact number of registered participants will be announced before the event. This initiative aims to strengthen efforts to achieve the UN Sustainable Development Goal 4, to ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote learning opportunities for all global citizens. Through sharing their collective experience, organizers can accelerate towards making sure every child has a better quality of education. During the week 5th to 9th October, the events will be aligned with such themes like: building programs to enhance employability and entrepreneurship skills, promoting the science of learning and teaching, deepening family and community engagement and the use of technology in learning.
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