The future of education: online event
As the dust settles and education systems around the world begin assessing their responses to recent events, discussions about educational equity, the social and emotional wellbeing of students, the role of parents and guardians in education, and student engagement during distance learning have commenced.
In response, Google is hosting The Anywhere School, a free online event that will feature thought leaders from Australia and New Zealand, as well as others from across the globe. They'll be diving into these topics and more on Wednesday, 12 August from 11 am (AEST) in a series of discussion panels, keynotes and live demos.
Educators are invited to register now and grab a virtual front-row seat for this event featuring 17 hours of around-the-clock content from across the globe. By registering, you can choose to join live or watch on demand and build your own session playlist to suit your schedule, taking in presentations in 11 languages.
Click here for further information and to register and help spread the word using the #GoogleEdu hashtag on your social platforms.
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