Among the myriad educational conferences vying for your attention, we believe that Reimagine Education is distinguished not only by its ability to bring pedagogical innovators from across the world together, but also by its Active Learning Day, offering attendees the ability to return home to their institutions with invaluable takeaways and insights into best practice.
We’re delighted to announce the first session for the Active Learning Day, to be offered by Mary Ellen Wiltrout, Digital Learning Scientist at MITx, and who is currently overseeing the execution and evolution of the MIT Department of Biology’s Digital Learning Strategy. Mary is an award-winning educator, having earned the Infinite Mile Award from the MIT Department of Biology in 2016 and having been included on the Reimagine Education shortlist for Hybrid Learning in 2017.
If you’re working to deliver STEM education to students; seeking to inculcate higher-order cognitive skills in your students; want to ensure that your assessments are cutting-edge, digitally-delivered, and engaging; or simply interested in better learning assessment, then this is the workshop for you!
Dr. Wiltrout will be delivering her exclusive “A Framework of Learning Design for Engaging Digital, STEM Assessments” workshop on Sunday 8th December at Imperial College Business School. To join this expert-led session – limited to 40 participants only – secure your place at our conference today!
When BlinkNow decided it was time to expand the campus of its school in Surkhet, Nepal, it knew that it was a chance to put its principles into practice.
The result? A remarkable melding of mission and design–and one of the world’s greenest schools.
This week, Sophie Bailey speaks to Steve Wheeler, a Learning Innovations Consultant and former Associate Professor of Learning Technologies at the Plymouth Institute of Education where he chaired the Learning Futures group and led the Computing and Science education teams.
Steve is also an active edu-blogger. His blog, Learning with ‘e’s, is a regular online commentary on the social and cultural impact of disruptive technologies and the application of digital media in education, learning and development.
Sophie and Steve will explore the importance of human capital, empowering employees through knowledge, unlearning, relearning and share some insights from Steve’s latest book, Digital Learning in Organizations: Help Your Workforce Capitalize on Technologies.
Access to technology is key as Guatemala attempts to improve its educational record, but so is ensuring that access improvements are not subordinated to pedagogical improvements. Here, Romeo Rodriguez of World Possible outlines his organization’s attempts to transform his country’s education system.
Each issue, we’ll be introducing you to different members of our judging panel: what challenges do they believe are preoccupying their education sector? What outstandingly innovative, effective solutions have they seen, of which our readership might wish to take note? And what characterizes education in their sphere?
This second feature sees us catch up with three more of our Shortlist-Stage Judging Panel: Chantell Wyten, who is Senior Curriculum Manager at the International Baccalaureate Association; Nigel Ngiam, who has worked as both lecturer and Business Development Manager at educational consultancy RITE Education; and Renee Aitken, Director of Assessment and Accreditation at Colorado State University.
If you’d like to join our meeting of education’s best minds – to be held at London’s prestigious Queen Elizabeth II, one of the city’s leading event venues; and Imperial College Business School, one of the world’s outstanding business education institutions – between December 8th and 10th, you can now secure your place today!
Don’t miss out on your opportunity to join innovators and change-makers from universities and edtech alike at a reduced rate: our Early Bird pass, offering all delegates 15% off the conference pass, can be acquired until September 1st by visiting our registration page and using the promo code LONDON2019.
The Reimagine Education Conference will take place from 8–10 December.
The day of workshops will take place at Imperial College Business School – the event’s official co-host – on 8 December , while the shortlisted showcases, panels, keynotes and awards ceremony will take place at London’s Queen Elizabeth II Centre on 9 and 10 December.
With an Awards program contested by over 1,000 top academic faculty and edtech companies, and an international event attended by over 500 pedagogical pioneers from across the globe, Reimagine Education is at the very forefront of cutting-edge approaches to education.
Supporting Reimagine means supporting one billion future learners. Supporting Reimagine means placing your institution in front of education’s finest change-makers. Supporting Reimagine means emphasizing your deeply-held institutional commitment to educational change. If you’d like to join our global group of esteemed sponsors and partners, contact us today.