The Digital Education Show Middle East, Dubai ~ Keynote

| December 9, 2014 | 1 Comment 

Digital Education Show ME

Dig Ed Middle EastAn honour to be invited to The Digital Education Show Middle East, at the Dubai International Exhibition and Convention Centre, in Dubai, The United Arab Emirates.

Today we shared a keynote speech entitled “Back To Their Future” – Leveraging the creative potential of technology to make learning FUN, & indomitable superheroes of everyone.


“Change the way you teach forever” – The Digital Education Show Middle East looks in detail at how leading education organizations – K12 and Higher Education institutes – can leverage technology to create truly personalised and relevant learning experiences

There were lots of new techniques being demonstrated, to equip the digital teacher engage, inspire and educate – make their students unstoppable

A big Thank You, and Well Done, to Conference Manager, Jessica Salawu; Experience Manager, Pragna Patel, and rest of the Terrapinn crew, for making this a great first.

Ewan McIntoshEric SheningerOther keynote speakers over the two day conference included our dear friend Ewan McIntosh – Rethinking Pedagogy for a Digital Age ~Rethinking the method and practice of teaching when using technology to enhance learning;  and Eric Sheninger – Opening Minds  to Embrace and effectively use technology in schools to engage Gen Z learners and inspire staff at all levels of digital engagement.

Sugata Mitra on Self Organised Learning Environments and a Revolutionary New Learning Landscape; and Mr Phil Redhead, Senior Advisor Digital Learning, GEMS Education – The secrets to unlocking transformation and normalising the digital learning process.

Mr Phil Redhead
Senior Advisor Digital Learning
GEMS Education

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As a digital aside, click on the image below, to go to a HuUUUuUUge 45 giga pixel panorama of Dubai. Fascinating.


Digital Education Show ME

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  1. Gemal says:

    You presented an amazing array of tools. They are impressive and I appreciate the ideas you gave for how to use them.

    The methods seem weighted towards reading/writing and creative skills for younger students. It would be great to give examples for use towards older students and more science and math.

    I loved the way you both coordinate the preasentation. Very enjoyable.

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