Date and time: 7 March 2024, 9:00-10:30 Vietnam/Thailand / 13:00-14:30 Canberra
Location: Online webinar on Zoom
The webinar will be conducted in English.
The 18th KIX EMAP Webinar will discuss issues and trends related to the digitalisation of education in Southeast Asia. Bringing together experts from the sub-region, the webinar will aim to explore research and good practices surrounding technology in education by drawing on case study research in Laos PDR, Vietnam and other neighboring countries. This 90-minute webinar will offer ample opportunities for questions and sharing of experiences. More information about the webinar, its agenda and speakers will follow shortly.
Ngo Thuy Anh Tuyet, Digital Education Officer, UNICEF Viet Nam
Ngo Thuy Anh Tuyet has been engaged in education and development since 2006. With a background in International Economics (BA); Children, Youth & International Development (MA) and Software Development (Level 4 Diploma), she is passionate about digital inclusion, digital accessibility and strategic use of technology to ensure equitable access to high-quality learning opportunities.
Antonia Mandry, Education Specialist, UNICEF East Asia and Pacific Regional Office
Antonia Mandry, a US national, has been working in the field of education since 2002. She holds a Doctor of Education in International Educational Development and a Master’s in Education. Her work focuses on international educational development with experience including digital learning, climate-smart education, Education in Emergencies, teacher training, education management information systems, humanitarian cash transfers, curriculum and teaching, and evaluation and assessment. She has worked with UNICEF since 2012 with previous experience in Chad, Turkey, South Sudan and Yemen.
Yung Nietschke, Research Fellow, ACER’s Education and Development research program
Anyone is eligible to participate. The webinar is particularly aimed at policy makers, education stakeholders, teachers and academic researchers located in the Southeast Asia region. To access the webinar, you need to register in advance. Please spread the news about this event to your colleagues and in case of any inquiries, please contact us at email@example.com.