World Education Summit 2011

World Education Summit 2011

 

About The Event

 

"The magnitude of India's role as the emerging economic power of the future recognizes that twenty first century is the 'century of knowledge'. We have to innovate and cleverly deploy our restricted resources to make education more relevent and to achieve excellence in research..."

Agenda

THEMES FOR SESSIONS
Geared towards promoting an enabling environment for all vis-à-vis education, WES 2011 will spread over two days and run parallel sessions in three tracks – School Education, Higher Education, and Skill Development and Vocational Education. Each of these three tracks will include the following specialised themes:
  • Learning in the 21st Century: Right and Access to Education
  • Creating Opportunities for Students with Disabilities: Role of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) and Teachers
  • State Policies on Education: Analyses from Across the World
  • Role of Government in the Development and Implementation of Education Policies
  • Case Studies of Best Practices From Across The World: School Education, Higher Education, Skill Development and Vocational Education
  • Industry Market Trends in Education: A World-Wide Perspective
  • Challenges in Planning, Managing, Deploying and Policy Development in e-Learning
  • Quality Assurance and Accreditation: Review of Education Programmes to Ensure Acceptable Standards of Education, Scholarship and Infrastructure
  • Localised Learning in a Globalised Context: Capacity Building, Content and Training
  • Public vs. the Private in Education
  • Leadership and Knowledge Management
  • Teacher Training
  • Learning English, Science and Math in a Lab: Innovative, Interesting Means
  • Virtual Lab vs. Classroom Teaching
  • Industry-Academia Linkages and Gaps
  • Public Private Partnerships (PPP) in Education
  • Gross Enrollment Ratio: Perspectives from Across the World
  • Evaluation and Assessment
  • Pedagogy and Andragogy in ICT Mediated Classroom
  • Industry Participation in Education: Necessity or Value Add?
  • Skills and Information Literacy
  • Educating their Wards: Parents’ Perspectives from Different Countries

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