EDUCA 2017 would take you to explore the design process and connection of policy toward the classroom under the theme of “EDUCATION 1.0, 2.0, 3.0, 4.0 FROM POLICY TO CLASSROOM”. The Event would give a thorough understanding of Why 4.0? What is the key point of implementing innovation learning in the 21st Century for Thai education. Walk through different dimensions of education from the past until present with us and join us to find which education policy can response to challenges in the time when every aspect of live is driven and can always be disrupted by technology.
The Event featured:
• International Conference
o MOE Perspective “Singapore Education Policy: History, Planning, Communicating and Policy Cases” by Dr. LIM Lai Cheng, Executive Director of SMU Academy, Singapore
o NIE Perspective “The Role of Teacher Education in Developing Singapore Education by Professor LOW Ee Ling, Ph.D., Chief Planning Officer-Designate, and Head of Strategic Planning & Academic Quality, National Institute of Education, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
o School Perspective “Managing Schools with An Enterprising Perspective” by Mdm. LEE Lai Yong, Ex-principal of Primary and Secondary Schools, Singapore
o “Curriculum Reform and Development in Finland (2012 - 2017)” by Ms. Anneli RAUTIAINEN, Head of the Innovation Center in Finnish National Agency of Education, The Finnish National Agency of Education, Finnish National Board of Education, Finland
o “Education Reform : Why & How? Curriculum Reform and its Development in Australia: Competing Approaches to Reform” by Dr. David ZYNGIER, Senior Lecturer in Curriculum & Pedagogy, Faculty of Education, Peninsula Campus, Monash University, Australia
o “Innovation for Schools as Learning Community” by Professor Kiyomi AKITA, Ph.D., Vice Dean of Graduate School of Education, University of Tokyo, President of Japanese Society of Research on Early Children Care and Education, Japan
o “Practice in Classroom through Schools as Learning Community Approach” by Assistant Professor Tomoyuki MORITA, Faculty of Education, Yamagata University, Japan
• International Panel Discussion Session and International Workshop feature experience from education development from the world's leading countryร่วมถอดบทเรียนจากประสบการณ์การพัฒนา การศึกษาของประเทศชั้นนำระดับโลกผ่านหลากหลายเวทีเรียนรู้
o Teacher Education Symposium from Finland, Japan, Singapore and Australia under the theme of “Teacher Education as the Future Molding Factor”
o Special Seminar By Japan “EDU - Port JAPAN” by Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT), Embassy of Thailand in Japan
o Special Seminar on "Creating Classroom of Innovation for the 4th Industrial Revolution" by Korean Education Centre (KEC) Embassy of Korea in Japan
• Principal Forum under the theme of "Principal...the Leader of Education Reform with PLC”
• More than 200 workshop sessions tailor made in response to teacher's, school management's and student teacher's needs with an opportunity to meet, discuss and exchange knowledge and experience through the collegial learning network. Participants will be able to enhance their potential as well as the quality of learning management with an emphasis on the practicality and further application.
• Exhibitions of educational products and service as well as techonology innovation.