The 27th Elets World Education Summit (WES) continued its remarkable journey in Malaysia on its second day, providing a platform for global education leaders, policy-makers, and edtech experts to discuss cutting-edge innovations, transformative ideas, and collaboration in the field of education. The two-day summit, held at The Everly Putrajaya, Malaysia, attracted participants and speakers from across the world.
Insightful sessions, engaging discussions, and valuable takeaways for educators, policymakers, and edtech enthusiasts marked the second day of the summit.
Some of the key highlights from Day 2 included:
- Keynote Addresses: Eminent figures from the education sector, such as Prof. Dato’ Dr. Md Amin bin Md Taff, Vice-Chancellor of Universiti Pendidikan Sultan Idris in Malaysia, shared their valuable insights on Day 2 of the summit. Prof. Dato’ Dr. Md Amin bin Md Taff addressed the topic “Embracing Transformation and Nurturing for Future Education,” while Prof. Dr. Ismi Arif Ismail, Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic & International) at Universiti Putra Malaysia, discussed “New Trends in Higher Education: Where are We Now?” Additionally, Mikael Hermansson, a renowned TEDx Speaker, Author, and Edutainer, enlightened attendees with his presentation on the Swedish concept ‘Grej of the Day’ and other thought-provoking addresses. These sessions added significant value and depth to the Day 2 proceedings.
- Panel Discussions: A diverse array of expert-led panel discussions tackled a broad spectrum of topics, embracing themes such as Inclusive Education for All, Game-Based Learning, the Integration of Data-Driven Instruction in Classrooms, the Role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Education, International Research Partnerships, and numerous other engaging topics. These dynamic conversations not only encouraged collaborative thinking but also offered attendees invaluable, real-world insights and takeaways.
- EdTech Showcase & Networking Opportunities: The summit featured an EdTech showcase, where innovative startups and established companies presented their cutting-edge technologies and solutions. Participants had the chance to network with peers, exchange ideas, and develop valuable connections.
Celebrating Excellence at Elets World Education Awards
The Elets World Education Awards hold a distinguished reputation within the global education community. In this year’s edition, prominent educational institutions have been recognized across a spectrum of categories, including Creative Entrepreneurship in Early Childhood Education, Leading University in Asia, Outstanding Institute with the Best Placements, Innovation in International Curriculum Practice, Outstanding Performing Arts Education Provider of the Year 2023, Leading Edtech Company of the Year, and more.
As the curtains fell on Day 2 of the 27th Elets World Education Summit in Malaysia, the palpable enthusiasm among the participants was undeniable. The 27th edition of this summit left attendees with a more profound comprehension of the challenges and opportunities that currently define the global education landscape. It resoundingly reinforced the critical significance of collaboration, innovation, and adaptability as key drivers in shaping the future of education and learning.
The Grand Reveal: Welcoming the Next Chapter of #EletsWES
Peering into the future, Dr. Ravi Gupta, the Editor-in-Chief of Digital Learning Magazine and the Founder, Publisher, and CEO of Elets Technomedia, announced that the 28th Elets World Education Summit that is scheduled to take place on the 5th and 6th of February 2024 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. This forthcoming summit holds great promise as yet another significant milestone summit, where prominent education leaders from around the world will converge to chart new frontiers in the field of education.
Stay connected with us for further updates on the 28th Elets World Education Summit in Dubai, as we continue our efforts to drive meaningful discussions and initiatives that will play a pivotal role in shaping the future of global education.