The 2019 Smart Education Expo is set to bring together world-renowned educational leaders, institutions, and professional experts to share their policy and insights on future education development from March 26 to 29 in Taipei, Taiwan.
Organized by the Institute for Information Industry (III), the 2019 Smart Education Expo focuses on equity, quality, and lifelong learning. It is also committed to developing society skills and digital transformation required for every citizen in this dynamic and evolving digital era.
As part of its objective of exploring innovative ideas for future education development, the 2019 Smart Education Expo will initiate an Education Forum along with two education talks focusing on Smart Campus Development and STEAM Education.
Higher Education Industry Solutions Director at Microsoft Dr. Alexandros Papaspyridis, Director General of Technology and Higher Education Resources Dr. Ali Ghufrom Mukti, and Director of Tampere LUMATE Centre Dr. Riikka Lahtinen, will be further accompanied by education leaders from ten different countries to address their extensive knowledge and experiences in developing strategies in EdTech industry and innovative STEAM education.
Smart Education Expo visitors will be able to find innovative education solutions as well as the latest learning and teaching technologies from 40 different companies. Fast Talks will also be featuring new techniques and practices from schools, startups, and innovators to share on problem-solving strategies based on real life models.
Future educational technology is dynamic and evolving. This environment makes it critical to create cultures focused on constant learning and upskilling for the next generation. Hence, the 2019 Smart Education Expo creates an abundance of opportunities to exchange ideas with educational leaders, disregard old practices, and absorb new skills and insights about future educational development.
For more information on the 2019 Smart Education Expo, visit https://en.smartcity.org.tw/index.php/en-us/expo/smart-ed.