Education is key to the progress and well-being of a society.
And everyone should play a part.
How can we work together to ensure our next generation is future-ready?
This forum gathers educators, funders, corporates, learning service providers, startups, NGOs, parents and students to propel new thinking, innovative ways of learning and cross-sector collaboration. John Tsang, Founder of Esperanza, will talk about the upcoming work of Esperanza under the Reimagine Education initiative. The two expert panels will address specifically:
- The 21stcentury learning required in school and at the work place, the types of learning solutions our schools and businesses are looking for and how they can collaborate with different stakeholders in the community
- The education ventures and projects that foundations and angel investors are interested in supporting and investing
Three education service providers will share their work and seek participants’ support to help scale their work for greater impact on the society:
11 May 2019 (Sat am)
Methodist International Church, Wesleyan House, 271 Queen’s Rd East, Wan Chai
Cantonese (with Simultaneous Interpretation)
Early birds on or before 3 May*
|Forum + networking lunch||Forum|
|Standard||$350* / $500||$200* / $300|
|$180* / $250||$60* / $90|
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Dalton Learning Lab
Methodist Centre for Quality Life Education
0900 – 0930
0930 – 0940
0940 – 1000
Keynote: Winning at the Starting Line?
1000 – 1100
Nurturing a Future-Ready Generation
This panel will invite educators and a talent development professional to talk about the skills required for 21stcentury ; and how they can potentially collaborate with different stakeholders in the community.
1100 – 1115
1115 – 1205
Funding for Future Learning Needs
This panel will invite different types of funders to share the type of education ventures/projects they will support.
1205 – 1255
Innovating the Learning Experience: Case Presentations
This panel will invite three education innovators to share what they do in the areas of failure education, vocation skills training and STEAM education; and the support they need to scale the impact of their work.
1255 – 1300
1300 – 1400