SMART Global Education Technology Summit 2011 Agenda

Een aantal weken geleden werd ik door Smart uitgenodigd voor hun jaarlijkse Global Education Technology Summit. 2 dagen boordevol interessante sprekers van over de hele wereld. Veel visies op ICT en onderwijs. Natuurlijk zei ik meteen volmondig ja tegen deze uitnodiging. Een mooie kans om nieuwe mensen te ontmoeten en om over de grenzen te kijken. Ook altijd weer een mooie gelegenheid om te kijken hoe we er in Nederland voor staan. Volgens mij doen wij het namelijk helemaal niet zo slecht.

Het programma ziet uitdagend en inspirerend uit en met 180 deelnemers uit de gehele EMEA-regio (Europe, Middle East, Africa) zal er veel te leren en te delen zijn.

De komende dagen zal ik een poging doen dagelijks een verslag te publiceren. Hieronder voor de geïnteresseerden in ieder geval de agenda.

Day one – October 5, 2011

Welcome Reception

19:00                     Restaurant Beletage

Welcome reception with horsd‘oeuvres andcocktails

Welcoming Remarks

Tom Hodson, President, SMART Technologies

 

Day two – October 6, 2011

Main BallroomHilton Berlin Hotel

07:00                     Registration and breakfast

08:00                     Welcoming Remarks and introductions

08:45                     Sharing and Learning

Nancy Knowlton, CEO, SMART Technologies

09:15                     Concurrent Breakout sessions

Main Ballroom: Education in Africa

Gabriel Cohn-Bendit, Secretaire General, Reseau Education Pour Tousen Afrique (REPTA)

Diana Bannister, Development Director for Learning Technologies,University of Wolverhampton, School for Education Futures

Salon Humboldt: Distance Learning and Collaboration

Bob Hofman,Managing Director, ICT+E, Netherlands

Mrs. Darja Znidarsic, National coordinator of Learning Circles E-school Program, Slovenia

Helen Honisett, Director of NewMarkets and Emerging Technology, Cisco

Salon Durieux: Technology and Inclusion

Alexandra Dunn, Speech Language Pathologist,Upper Canada School District, Canada

Giacomo Guaraldi,University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, Italy

10:45                     Networking break and solutions showcase

Salon Corinth

11:15                     Concurrent Breakout sessions

Main Ballroom: SMART Solutions in the classroom

Joachim Riess, Education Consultant, SMART Technologies EMEA

Salon Humboldt: Distance Learning and Collaboration

Bob Hofman,Managing Director, ICT+E, Netherlands

Mrs. Darja Znidarsic, National coordinator of Learning Circles E-school Program, Slovenia

Helen Honisett, Director of NewMarkets and Emerging Technology, Cisco

Salon Durieux: Technology and Inclusion

Alexandra Dunn, Speech Language Pathologist,Upper Canada School District, Canada

Giacomo Guaraldi,University of Modena and Reggio Emilia, ItalySalon Corinth: PortugueseWorkshop

12:45                     Networking Lunch

14:00                     Main Ballroom; Plenary Session: Education Solutions

David Lapides, Director, ProductManagement Education, SMART Technologies

14:30                     Panel session: Preparing and supporting educators

Main Ballroom:

Sharon Tonner, DundeeUniversity, UK Steve Dineen, FusionUniversal

JeffMao, Learning Technology Policy Director, State ofMaine, Department of Education,USA

16:00                     Networking break and solutions showcase 

16:30                     Concurrent panel sessions: Preparing and supporting educators

Main Ballroom:

Phil Quirke,Madinat Zayed& Ruwais Colleges,UAE

Jana Vejvodo and Lucie Rohlíková, Czech Republic

Professor Ludvik Toplak, President, AlmaMater Europeae European CentreMaribor

17:45                     Closing remarks

Day three – October 7, 2011

BallroomHilton Berlin Hotel

07:00                     Breakfast Buffet 

08:00                     New Frontiers and Innovation for ICT and Education

Nancy Knowlton, CEO, SMART Technologies

08:45                     Concurrent Breakout sessions:Education Technology around the world

Main Ballroom Successful Implementations

José Alberto Hernández Gañán, Head of Teacher Training, Educational Innovation and Teacher

Training, Castillay León, Spain

JeffMao, Learning Technology Policy Director, State ofMaine, Department of Education,USA

Salon Humboldt – Integrating Technology and Pedagogy Arthur Gottwald, ICT Manager, Ministry of Education, Hamburg David Whyley, Wolverhampton Local Authority,UK

10:30                     Networking break and solutions showcase 

11:00                     Concurrent Breakout sessions:Education Technology around the world

Main Ballroom Successful Implementations

Ryszard Rumiński, Deputy Director, Department of Information Society, Vivodeship of Kujawsko- Pomorskie, Poland

Don José Luis Mira Lema, Directorate General for Education, Training and Educational Innovation, Government of Galicia, Spain

Salon Humboldt – Integrating Technology and Pedagogy

Julie Růžičková, Project Education 21, Czech Republic

Chang-Hsun Yang, Secretary of TaipeiMunicipal Government, ICT Education Development Center

12:45                     Networking Lunch 

14:00                     Main Ballroom:Language Learning with Education Technology around the world

Christophe Freschi, Educational advisor, Centre for Modern Languages

Universide Clermont-Ferrand

15:00                     Networking break and solutions showcase

15:30                     Concurrent Breakout session

Pre-tender workshops

Held inMain Ballroom, and Salon Humboldt

16:30                     Closing Remarks

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