“Education Innovation” could mean something different for an educator, a technologist, a corporate and for students. In this constantly evolving sector, we must find ways to accommodate changes in institutional demands, demographics, technology, student needs, pedagogical trends, political pressures, employability and other challenges.
If the robots are coming to change the nature of the world of work, how can the education sector respond? How can the sector today help create a workforce that can do tomorrow’s jobs? To what extent can education technology help? Are universities adequately equipped to be as agile as they now need to be? Where the opportunities for foreign collaboration?
Join EPG and the University of London to discuss these ideas at the Education Innovation Conference on 23rd January 2018.
For more information visit the conference website https://www.economicpolicygroup.com/eic2018/
For more information on the workshops being offered https://www.economicpolicygroup.com/press-blog/eic2018-workshop-details/