Wednesday, January 27, 2016

Special Edition Survey Results UNESCO Office in Bangkok

The ICT in Education Newsletter, January 2016, is now available.  Please feel free to forward it to members of your networks.   To view online, click here.


Special Edition: Survey Results

January 2016 | UNESCO Bangkok Office


Dear readers,

Happy 2016! As you may remember, the UNESCO Bangkok ICT in Education Newsletter Team conducted a reader satisfaction survey at the end of 2015, and now have the results that we would like to share with all of you! Thank you all for your invaluable feedback, as it is crucial for us to know what our readers need and like to read and learn from. We hope to continuously improve this great resource, and support you in the ICT in Education endeavours!

We hope that you enjoy reading this edition!
Please let us know if you have any comments or suggestions. 

ICT in Education, UNESCO Bangkok

                                                                                                                                             News and Events: Asia Education Summit on Flexible Learning Strategies for Out-of-School Children (24-26 February 2016, Bangkok, Thailand)
To address, discuss, and bring together government officials, INGOs and NGOs, educators, private businesses from Asian states, the Summit aims to discuss the best innovations in 21st century education governance and learning that can benefit the most marginalized children in the region. International Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology (28-31 March 2016, Singapore)
The theme of this year's iCTLT is "Future Ready: Inspire, Connect and Transform." It aims to focus on the quality of learning with technology, development of 21st century competencies, connect practitioners, and encourage educational leaders to transform the culture and infrastructure of ICT use. International Mobile Learning Festival (27-28 May 2016, Bangkok, Thailand)  
This Festival continuously explores mobile technologies and the learning design to share information on various approaches, MOOCs, mobile and e-learning, and more. Teachers, education policy makers, researchers, students, and developers are encouraged to participate to further explore the developments in mobile learning and learning design. 

Next Issue: The February edition will focus on the theme of Innovation and Equity in Higher Education. If our readers are interested in contributing to this edition, please do not hesitate to contact us with the information of your affiliation, area of interest/expertise, and a brief proposal for a possible contribution and its relevance to the theme (by the beginning of the chosen month's edition theme). 

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