5 Edtech Innovations and Successful Practice in China
Listen and learn : Panel
Wednesday, December 2, 4:45–5:30 pm PST (Pacific Standard Time)
Zhuang Chen Fan Lin Annie Ning Adam Turnbull Dr. Xiaoqiu Xu Qinqin Zhao
This panel will discuss education innovations and successful practice in China, one of the largest and most dynamic education innovation markets. Panelists will share their expertise in China's market. Entrepreneurs and practitioners will discuss trends, policy, products and new perspectives on online and blended learning.
|Audience:||Chief technology officers/superintendents/school board members, Teacher education/higher ed faculty|
|Attendee devices:||Devices not needed|
|Topic:||Online tools, apps & resources|
|ISTE Standards:||For Students:
The Chinese education system is complex and rapidly evolving. Much of the innovation happening in classrooms (and homes) across China are a result of innovative enterprise.
The purpose of "5 Edtech Innovations and Successful Practice in China” is to provide insight into how China's EdTech industry is leading the way in education innovation. We will provide examples of how enterprises are using modern technology to evolve how instruction is delivered.
The objective is to reveal how technology is solving some of China's most complex issues in education and some of the challenges in front of all education stakeholders in a complex environment.
The Panel would include a host and chosen experienced panelists from varied backgrounds. The host would briefly present prepared facts or statements about Chinese innovations and EdTech market and provide panelists directly (or indirectly) with a topic of discussion.
Host Introduction from MC - 1 min
Host Introduces each Panelist - 5 min
Panel Discussion - 35 min
How does China edtech help students to be empowered learners?
How do China educators help students to be knowledge constructors with edtech?
How do students become innovative designers, rather than passive learners with edtech? Examples?
What are the tips for global edtech to collaborate with China edtech?
What is teachers’ role in helping students using edtech to be global collaborators in the future?
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Mr. Zhuang Chen is Director for International Cooperation and Business Development with New Oriental Education and Technology Group. He is responsible for tapping overseas high-quality educational resources to strengthen New Oriental’s market-leading position in China, from PreK, K12 to adult education. He leads New Oriental’s business development abroad, primarily in building strategic partnerships. Before joining New Oriental, Mr. Chen worked for the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in London for 12 years. He was Digital Editor for BBC East Asia before his departure. Mr. Chen has MSc in International Political Economy from London School of Economics and Political Sciences.
Emma is currently Strategic Development Director of NetDragon Websoft Inc. Ltd., assisting Chairman and responsible for implementing the strategic vision of the organization through her role in strategy, partnerships, business development, and communications. A Graduate with Law, Emma has dedicated most of her professional career to strategic partnership building, and her prior work experience portfolio before joining NetDragon includes China Telecom and a law firm. NetDragon is an education technology company that has been operating on the Chinese mainland for almost 20 years. Our focus from online games to education started with the acquisition of overseas brands like Edmodo, Promethean.
Annie Ning, is currently the Director, Asia Affairs at ISTE. Prior to joining ISTE, Annie volunteered in Hanglai, a village in southwest China with Serve for China, a non-profit aiming to alleviate poverty in rural China by placing graduates around the world in villages where they can support rural area and develop social entrepreneurship. Annie holds a master’s degree of science in education from Graduate School of Education at the University of Pennsylvania.
Qinqin Zhao is the Founder of EdwithU, the first community for Chinese students and professionals in the education field across the globe. Since June 2018, EdwithU has been on a mission to connect, inspire, and empower people in education, and has connected thousands of members and supported their professional and personal growth through round-table discussions, expert talks, mentorship and coaching programs, and online forums and career fairs. Qinqin holds a master's degree in Learning Sciences and Technologies from the University of Pennsylvania, and a bachelor's degree in Journalism from Peking University.