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22 - 23 April 2019

ADNEC, Abu Dhabi, UAE

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08:00 - 09:00
Monday 23 April
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09:00 - 10:00
Monday 23 April
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1. Using Technologies with Gifted and Talented Students

The session will focus on using technology with gifted students within 3 cycles, practical methods of teaching gifted students how to effectively use technology, and programmes for gifted students to use during break/free times.

Alyazia Sulaiman Mohammed Alshehhi, Teacher, Al Khatem School - UAE

2. How can Education Technology Support Students in Class

In this session I will showcase the educational technology that has helped me to meet my students’ needs in the classroom. Some of the edtech examples are applicable for all subjects and others are used in mathematics. I will talk about how using this technology affected the student’s perceptions towards STEM subjects and share some examples of projects I conducted with my students. 

Hanan Shaher Saadeh Almarashdeh, Teacher, Al Badiyah School - UAE

3. Gifted & Talented Students – Practical Experiences

Using experience, research and community participation to develop 21st Century skills for students

Hoda Mohamed Rabie Hassan Attie, Teacher, Al Bateen Primary Model School - UAE
Khawla Saif Humaidan Al Zaabi, Laboratory Technician, Al Bateen Primary Model School - UAE
Khawla Sultan Saif Alnuaimi, Teacher, Al Bateen Primary Model School – UA

10:00 - 10:30
Monday 23 April
Learn Live
One of the most pressing problems facing the Education industry globally & more acutely in our markets is the shortage of skilled teachers. It’s not just the need for new teachers but also the ability for existing teachers to up-skill themselves & to keep their practice relevant. The GCC is expected to have a shortfall of ~200,000 teachers by 2030. 
 
A traditional approach would not be able to address this issue at scale. Teacher Licensing is around the corner in the UAE and all teachers/schools need to ensure they are ready. This innovative platform has the potential to revolutionize because:
Standards for teaching practice are at the centre
Teachers can digitally evidence their practice in an intuitive and friendly way.
Teachers have a clear roadmap & control of their own professional development: their   self-assessment vs. that of peers, supervisors, management & community
Data centric view. Enables individual users & decision makers to hear from the facts on what is & isn’t working 
Mentors, supervisors & peers can be invited to observe/give feedback which can be tracked & linked to standards
Digitization and catalogued storage via an e-Portfolio. It allows teachers to showcase their practice via digitizing different elements of evidences, in multiple formats (e.g. document, audio, video) whilst also cataloguing and linking to single or multiple standards, thereby enabling easy monitoring
Built with real practitioners: It is grounded and speaks to teacher’s real needs.
 
Nexquare and Tellal have a deep trust based collaborative relationship. Both our respective teams are made up of passionate individuals that have a deep desire to make a difference to educators and those being educated and this synergy has resulted in a platform we are immensely proud of.

Mr. Raman Thiagarajan, Founder , nexsquare - UAE
Dr. Linda Rush, Senior Vice President, TELLAL Institute – UAE

10:30 - 11:00
Monday 23 April
Learn Live

The session will be focused on how Augmented Reality will increase the level of engagement for students and how technologies such as AR, VR & Artificial Intelligence will shape how teachers deliver content in future classrooms and the high impacts these technologies will bring to the learning experiences of students. 

Mr. Eedham Rasheed, CEO, Hologo World, Executive Director, Islanders Education – The Maldives

11:00 - 11:45
Monday 23 April
Learn Live

The expectation of learners around the world is that a central part of any lesson, course or curriculum will feature visual content. The way that we live our lives is now mirrored in the classroom.  This of course presents challenges to educators. 

The world's focus on The Middle East adds a further layer of complexity when it comes to learning and there is a significant dearth in availability of education-ready video content. We therefore introduce TRIARC Learning from Lebanon. Based upon 20 years of television production in the Middle East, the TRIARC collection, 35 thousand clips to date, has been re-modelled and re-evaluated to become an invaluable new resource for the education market.

TRIARC is delighted to be at BETT to present its vast video archive and to show how its material maps against key subject areas, with a particular focus on the STEAM subjects and ELT. TRIARC will present a number of examples of its exclusive video collection and show how easy it is to search & access material quickly - and affordably

Ms. Najat Rizk, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, TRIARC – Lebanon
Mr. Paul Maidment, Managing Director, TRIARC - UK

08:00 - 09:00
Monday 23 April
Learn Live
09:00 - 10:00
Monday 23 April
Learn Live

1. Using Technologies with Gifted and Talented Students

The session will focus on using technology with gifted students within 3 cycles, practical methods of teaching gifted students how to effectively use technology, and programmes for gifted students to use during break/free times.

Alyazia Sulaiman Mohammed Alshehhi, Teacher, Al Khatem School - UAE

2. How can Education Technology Support Students in Class

In this session I will showcase the educational technology that has helped me to meet my students’ needs in the classroom. Some of the edtech examples are applicable for all subjects and others are used in mathematics. I will talk about how using this technology affected the student’s perceptions towards STEM subjects and share some examples of projects I conducted with my students. 

Hanan Shaher Saadeh Almarashdeh, Teacher, Al Badiyah School - UAE

3. Gifted & Talented Students – Practical Experiences

Using experience, research and community participation to develop 21st Century skills for students

Hoda Mohamed Rabie Hassan Attie, Teacher, Al Bateen Primary Model School - UAE
Khawla Saif Humaidan Al Zaabi, Laboratory Technician, Al Bateen Primary Model School - UAE
Khawla Sultan Saif Alnuaimi, Teacher, Al Bateen Primary Model School – UA

10:00 - 10:30
Monday 23 April
Learn Live
One of the most pressing problems facing the Education industry globally & more acutely in our markets is the shortage of skilled teachers. It’s not just the need for new teachers but also the ability for existing teachers to up-skill themselves & to keep their practice relevant. The GCC is expected to have a shortfall of ~200,000 teachers by 2030. 
 
A traditional approach would not be able to address this issue at scale. Teacher Licensing is around the corner in the UAE and all teachers/schools need to ensure they are ready. This innovative platform has the potential to revolutionize because:
Standards for teaching practice are at the centre
Teachers can digitally evidence their practice in an intuitive and friendly way.
Teachers have a clear roadmap & control of their own professional development: their   self-assessment vs. that of peers, supervisors, management & community
Data centric view. Enables individual users & decision makers to hear from the facts on what is & isn’t working 
Mentors, supervisors & peers can be invited to observe/give feedback which can be tracked & linked to standards
Digitization and catalogued storage via an e-Portfolio. It allows teachers to showcase their practice via digitizing different elements of evidences, in multiple formats (e.g. document, audio, video) whilst also cataloguing and linking to single or multiple standards, thereby enabling easy monitoring
Built with real practitioners: It is grounded and speaks to teacher’s real needs.
 
Nexquare and Tellal have a deep trust based collaborative relationship. Both our respective teams are made up of passionate individuals that have a deep desire to make a difference to educators and those being educated and this synergy has resulted in a platform we are immensely proud of.

Mr. Raman Thiagarajan, Founder , nexsquare - UAE
Dr. Linda Rush, Senior Vice President, TELLAL Institute – UAE

10:30 - 11:00
Monday 23 April
Learn Live

The session will be focused on how Augmented Reality will increase the level of engagement for students and how technologies such as AR, VR & Artificial Intelligence will shape how teachers deliver content in future classrooms and the high impacts these technologies will bring to the learning experiences of students. 

Mr. Eedham Rasheed, CEO, Hologo World, Executive Director, Islanders Education – The Maldives

11:00 - 11:45
Monday 23 April
Learn Live

The expectation of learners around the world is that a central part of any lesson, course or curriculum will feature visual content. The way that we live our lives is now mirrored in the classroom.  This of course presents challenges to educators. 

The world's focus on The Middle East adds a further layer of complexity when it comes to learning and there is a significant dearth in availability of education-ready video content. We therefore introduce TRIARC Learning from Lebanon. Based upon 20 years of television production in the Middle East, the TRIARC collection, 35 thousand clips to date, has been re-modelled and re-evaluated to become an invaluable new resource for the education market.

TRIARC is delighted to be at BETT to present its vast video archive and to show how its material maps against key subject areas, with a particular focus on the STEAM subjects and ELT. TRIARC will present a number of examples of its exclusive video collection and show how easy it is to search & access material quickly - and affordably

Ms. Najat Rizk, Founder and Chief Executive Officer, TRIARC – Lebanon
Mr. Paul Maidment, Managing Director, TRIARC - UK

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