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Why Attend This Education Summit

“The whole is greater than the sum of the parts.”

Learning opportunities – where it all starts

The biggest reason anyone attends an industry event is to learn – to learn about upcoming trends in order to be prepared, to learn from the experience of others in order to apply the takeaways to their own work, to learn about the wins and the struggles in order to gain a deeper understanding of the ecosystem.

This global education summit will fill you with learnings and inspiration.

  • You will have a chance to understand new teaching and education policies around the world and how these policies are shaping global trends.
  • You will be immersed into a variety of interactive formats that will provide you with a rich mix of learning experiences.
  • You will have a chance to ask questions about the challenges you face in your work or your sub-field and gain feedback on your research.
  • You will learn not only from the esteemed panel of speakers but from other attendees – each joining with a treasure trove of experiences, perspectives, and ideas.
  • You will discover new approaches in education that will allow you to take a retrospective view at your own practices and identify areas for improvement.

Networking opportunities – what turns this into a memorable experience

If learning is the base of a conference cake, then networking is the icing. It’s what adds flavour, energy, and emotions. As such, creating networking opportunities should never be an after-thought. For this education summit, we have designed a variety of networking formats and events that will turn this event into a true experience, into memories that will delight you for years when you look back at them.
• Interactive sessions are designed to blur the lines between speakers and attendees in order to foster the feeling of community and truly immersive learning.
• Q&A breaks, and other networking sessions will present opportunities to actively engage with fellow attendees, sponsors, and presenters to identify partnership opportunities and exchange experiences.
• Learning should not be limited to the trends in your field. Use the event to learn of collaboration opportunities, research grants, and other events that could take your career to the next level.

Events end. The takeaways last.

Our goal is to create a ripple effect. We do not want the learnings to be contained to the immediate attendees of the event. We want to see it spread far and wide. We want every attendee, speaker, and sponsor to walk away from this education summit feeling inspired and pass that inspiration on to their networks and communities.
That’s why we provide a platform for everyone involved in the event long after the summit is over to continue to exchange ideas, impressions, and learnings as a part of a larger network of educators.
We will keep you up to date on the accomplishments, new opportunities, exciting events, and relevant news in your network.
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We can go on and on about the benefits of the event, but why don’t you experience it for yourself!

TESUMMIT Certificate

All TESUMMIT attendees will have the opportunity to learn in an enjoyable and engaging virtual environment and besides,

  • Get a prestigious Printable certificate
  • Benefit from a permanent support
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Emerging Education Technologies

  • 4Cs for Future Jobs
  • AI Impacts on Education
  • Disruptive Technology
  • Edtech in Africa
  • Education 4.0 Model
  • HyFlex
  • ICT4D2 and School Digital Transformation
  • International Schools
  • Live Virtual Program Design
  • Metaverse for Education
  • New Learning Ecosystems
  • Pedagogical Insights
  • Systemic Techniques
  • Virtual Field Experiences

Inclusive Learning

  • Career Skills 
  • Children With Special Needs
  • Environmental Education and Cultural Inclusion
  • Gender and Pathways to Inclusivity 
  • Gender: Affirming Spaces at All Levels
  • I-Ready in Tiered Instructions 
  • Inclusive Classroom
  • Inclusivity in Higher Education
  • Inclusivity in the Classroom 
  • LGBTQ+ Affirming Schools
  • Lived Experience in Education 
  • Multi-Access Learning for Student Engagement
  • Power Relations in Music Higher Education 
  • Reflective Thinking and Writing 
  • Special Education Needs

Pedagogical Innovations

  • Beyond Pandemic Pedagogy
  • Challenges in Peripheral Regions 
  • Creative and Immersive Presentation 
  • Cultivating Character in Classroom
  • Debating: 21st Century Teaching and Learning Skill
  • Designing Excellence into Student Engagement 
  • E-learning Best Practices 
  • Educational FLIP
  • Gamification and Education
  • Gamification on GeoGebra 
  • Gap Years and ROI of College
  • Grammar Delivery: Mission Achievable
  • interactive whiteboards 
  • K-12 Schools and Experiential Education
  • Multi-Stakeholder Assessment Methods 
  • Neurobiology of Learning
  • Overcoming Adversity & Thriving in Uncertainty 
  • Pedagogical Documentation 
  • Peer-Based Learning
  • School District Initiatives
  • Social and Emotional Learning (SEL) Skills 
  • Storytelling to Share Information 
  • Student Uptake of Feedback
  • Teach-Back Strategy
  • Use of YouTube in Class
  • VaKE Method within HEI Curricula
  • Vibrant, Virtual Learning Community

Lifelong Learning

  • Art and Science of Full Education
  • Calibrating Inner GPS
  • Coaching Competencies in Classroom
  • Combatting Impostor Syndrome
  • Digital Divide in TVET
  • Empowered Educators, Empower Students
  • Engage your Voices 
  • Experiences of Teachers Work Ethic
  • Goodbye Anxiety, Hello Freedom
  • Lifelong Education for Professionals 
  • Power of Mindfulness
  • Renewed Outlook on Early Education
  • Teaching Philosophies in Higher Education Discourse

Language Education

  • Cognitive Overload in Online Language Learning Classroom
  • Effective Language Education 
  • Emotional-Psychological Type and Foreign Language Acquisition
  • Linguistic Diversity in Multilingual Education
  • Neurolanguage Coaching
  • Psychological and Study Profile Factors
  • Teaching Non-English-Speaking Students 
  • Technology to Support Oral Communication In EFL Classroom         
  • Tertiary Education in Japan 
  • Tiered Instructions for English Language Learners

Evaluation & Assessment

  • Best Practices in edTPA 
  • Cumulative Formative Assessments
  • Development of Participatory Practice 
  • Expecting and Inspecting Quality Instruction
  • Needs Analysis Importance 
  • Open Resources to Enhance Mathematics Learning 
  • Student Engagement in Online Spaces
  • Students' Performance Assessment and Covid Restrictions

Learning and skills

  • Blended Learning 
  • Competences of Disadvantaged Students
  • Digital Well-being of Peers and Community
  • K-12 Schools and Experiential Education
  • Learning and Skills Role on Human Capital 
  • Learning Skills in Foreign Language Acquisition
  • Moral Education in School Textbooks
  • Pedagogical Methodologies for Children with Special Needs
  • Professional Development of the Faculty
  • Public School Systems Beyond 21st Century Mindsets
  • Science of Teaching Reading Curriculum 
  • Storytelling to Share Information 
  • Students as Pedagogic Partners 
  • Video Learning Program

Education in Emergencies

  • Continuity of Learning and Achievement amidst Pandemic 
  • Online-Offline Learning Modality Challenges
  • Pre-Service Teachers and Initial Virtual Field Experiences 
  • Quality Distance Learning 
  • Reflective Representation for All Students 
  • School Partners
  • Self-efficacy, and Social Satisfaction in Online Learning 
  • Student Performance Before, During and After Covid 
  • Supporting Students Through Challenging Times
  • Teaching Mathematics and Science During Climate Emergency
  • Theories Of Didactics in Emergency Situations

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