The Learnit - Education Conference is less than a week away! And the Indian delegation of 87 creme de la creme experts in the field is all charged to attend the world’s largest event for learning, and join the new global community of changemakers.
A two-day event and a thrilling opportunity for educators, investors, corporates, edtech startups, policy makers, and media to be part of intellectually honest conversations about the current state and future of learning. What will this lead to? Deliberate discussions with the right people can lead to a revolution in education; ultimately, leading to change across the globe.
With 100+ international speakers selected on the basis of merit instead of “pay-to-play”, the Learnit organisers have made it clear that their community is inclusive, disruptive, bold and brave. The six groups of Indian delegates including government officials, principals of reputed schools, officials from CBSE and FICCI, FICCI Arise members and officials, edtech organisations along with media officials are all set to be part of the winds of change. Here’s hoping the Learnit experience will bring back torchbearers who can lead the Indian education system towards a better future.
With a common goal to give everyone, regardless of age, ethnicity or wealth, the opportunity to reach their greatest potential in a rapidly evolving world, the Learnit community is determined to keep it untethered by legacy, politics or geography.
Curated by Katy Fryatt, Founder and CEO along with Anil Aggarwal, Co-founder & Chairman, Learnit will be an exclusive occasion for attendees to meet the right people through the thoughtfully planned networking programmes. What kind of networking programmes, you may ask? Double opt-in meetings between investors and startups, educator and government dinners as well as hosted meeting programmes.
How is the Learnit - Education Conference different from regular conferences?
Wait, there’s more! Brought to attendees by SMART, the EdTech Capabilities Workshop will give its attendees a moment to reflect on their ICT plan and refine their strategy, while learning the secrets of better outcomes. The workshop curators have researched over 800 head teachers and administrators in 11 countries on how to achieve better learning outcomes. The workshop also consolidates practices from OECD, ITIL, ISTE and other global research bodies into an insightful, hands-on experience, where the curators will share all their perspectives and the most important capabilities for success. The workshop promises to leave its attendees with a personal assessment of the strengths and needs related to edtech capabilities.
London is ready to welcome delegates from across the world at the QEii Centre Westminster from 24-25 January, 2019. Are you ready to become a catalyst for the world’s largest education revolution? Stay tuned for regular updates on our experience at Learnit 2019.
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