Application Deadline: July 1, 2019
Building on the success of TECH 2017 and 2018, TECH 2019, held in partnership with the State Government of Andhra Pradesh, India, aims at showcasing the role of digital technologies in enabling a shift from “transmissive pedagogies” to “transformative pedagogies” to create more peaceful and sustainable societies. TECH 2019 will be held in the coastal city of Vizag, Andhra Pradesh, India. Apply before July 1, 2019 for a chance to present at the Conference.
Dates December10-12 TECH event 8-9 Training Workshops
Partners: The conference will be jointly organized by UNESCO MGIEP and the Government of Andhra Pradesh and supported by the Ministry of Human Resources, Government of India.
TECH 2019 focuses at drawing a blueprint for harnessing pedagogical possibilities opened up by digital technologies to contribute to enabling a revolutionary shift in education from individual content acquisition to collaborative intelligence. Read about the three key themes of the conference here.
This conference aims to further strengthen the momentum of Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) and Global Citizenship Education (GCED) by demonstrating how emotional intelligence – built by Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) aimed at building skills and competencies such as attention control, emotional regulation, perspective taking, empathy, compassion, critical inquiry and systems thinking among others – are key for sustained success in achieving SDG 4.7.
The conference aims to showcase the potential of digital pedagogies in the scaling of mainstreaming SEL in education systems, school curricula and teacher training. Digital pedagogies are beginning to transform traditional relationships of knowledge and learning, making it much easier to achieve many of the long-held pedagogical ideals such as ubiquitous learning, active knowledge making, dialogical and reflexive relationships, and individualized learning
Participants in the conference would come from the field of education technology and education for peace, sustainable development and global citizenship comprising of senior policy makers, academics, education technology specialists, educators and teachers, curriculum designers, researchers, learners, students, game designers, ed-tech exhibitors and more.Working languageThe working language of the conference will primarily be English.
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