Funded by the Asian Development Bank, the Technology-enabled Innovation in Education in Southeast Asia (TIESEA) project’s purpose is to discover what works in EdTech in Cambodia, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Viet Nam. It will identify the ways in which technology solutions can be used based on 'EdTech Readiness' of countries, and pilot EdTech interventions accordingly.
This seminar will explore international case studies in the field and show how the TIESEA interventions fit the pattern of successful EdTech projects as education systems across the world reorientate towards the new blended learning challenges in this post-COVID age.
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Tuesday 11 October 14:00 - 17:00 Breakout Session (London Rooms)
Discover how the Technology-enabled Innovation in Education in Southeast Asia (TIESEA) project is working to break the mould for EdTech interventions in education systems in the region.Breakout Session (London Rooms) Asia/Shanghai
Associate Professor Luu Bich Ngoc
Director, National Council Office for Education and Human Resources Development – Ministry of Education and Training Vietnam
Director Human and Social Development Division Southeast Asia Department, Asian Development Bank
Global Education Strategist, HP
Deputy Director of the Department of Information Technology, Ministry of Education and Training (MOET)
Senior social sector specialist, Asian Development Bank
Director of General Secondary Education Department, Ministry of Education
Chief, eTESDA Division, Technical Education and Skills Development Authority
Country Manager, AWS (Thailand)