Cedar School Technology and Education Conference 2021
The Cedar School’s first technology and education conference
For educators, by educators, to unite and explore the opportunities in pedagogical and leadership practices.
CSTEC 2021 was a three-day long event which took place in November. The event was a huge success as we received more than 500 registrations from across the world. There were 30 sessions in total catering to the different themes of the event. These sessions were conducted by international and regional educationists where they shared their knowledge with the attendees and indulged them in meaningful dialogues. The participants thoroughly enjoyed and truly benefited from the sessions as the focus of these talks was on sharing strategies which our attendees could implement in their classes or schools.
About the Event
If you are a teacher, Head of School, Program Coordinator or educator in any capacity, CSTEC has something of value for you. Through this event, avail the opportunity to learn from education industry experts from all over the world.
Our conference covers three core themes of Classroom Management, School Leadership and EdTech Tools. There are multiple sessions under each theme to allow participants to attend sessions that better suit their needs and requirements.
Managing and Leading Learning within a Classroom
The shift to a more online educational experience in a post-COVID world has changed how stakeholders experience the classroom, and has altered the course of learning preferences altogether. Educators now need to learn to identify opportunities and ensure that their efforts are aligned with learning outcomes for their students. In these sessions we will explore;
How can we engage students effectively in classrooms?
How does lesson planning lead to improved teaching practices?
How can we manage learning preferences in a classroom?
Effective leadership plays a critical role in the success of any school. Due to this, education policy gives due importance to addressing leadership practices that can result in the professional development of the faculty and staff members and overall learning outcomes for the students. In these sessions, we will be exploring;
How can schools set up classrooms for blended learning?
How can school leadership build effective policies for learning?
How can schools build an environment conducive to the personal development of faculty?
The global education community was slowly moving towards edTech tools, but COVID19 has accelerated the shift by leaps and bounds. Whether or not schools will continue to teach online in a post-COVID world, it’s safe to say that EdTech as a whole is going to remain a part of any conversation relating to education.
In this section, we will be looking into;
What EdTech tools are currently being implemented across the world?
What can be learnt from demonstrations of key EdTech platforms?
How can EdTech tools cater to students with differentiated learning needs?