Teacher Tech Summit 2022

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The biggest EdTech event of the year

In 2021, our goal was to create a global and multilingual virtual conference for teachers. We wanted to provide expert teachers with a platform to share good practices with other teachers around the world. The results were truly humbling. The Teacher Tech Summit 2021 became the largest online educational technology event of the year.

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Teacher Tech Summit 2022

In 2022, we expanded the platform for our expert teachers and advanced the agenda over 2 days in a co-hosted partnership with the World Bank & Owl Ventures.

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Teacher Tech Summit 2022

What happened on the 25th – 26th March 2022?

Our 2022 programme was based around the simple theme of ‘What works?’ We hosted fireside chats, discussions, debates and presented expertise around topics such as:

  • Lessons of digital transformation
  • Innovation in the classroom
  • Mental health & wellness
  • The rise of Esports
  • Scaling quality education and more!

Like all of our events, the Teacher Tech Summit was free to attend and was streamed with multilingual captions. All registered attendees were invited to claim a certificate of attendance following the event.

To watch the recording of the summit please access you virtual venue

Official government partners

Ministry of Education

Chile

Represented by H.E. Raúl Figueroa, Minister of Education for Chile, which has 250,000 teachers and 11,000 schools in its system.

"The Ministry of Education in Chile is glad to be part of this Summit and help bring teachers from all over the world closer together to learn from each other."

H.E. Raúl Figueroa, Minister of Education for Chile

Chile

Ministry of Education

Nigeria

Represented by H.E. Professor Josiah Ajiboye, Registrar and CEO of the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria, which has 2.3 million teachers and 129,734 schools in Nigeria.

"Nigeria stands proudly with the Teacher Tech Summit as we can’t think of a larger purpose than ensuring our educators have the best learning and networking opportunities, globally, to improve outcomes in our classrooms and to share what we have learnt with the rest of the world."

H.E. Professor Josiah Ajiboye, Registrar and CEO of the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria

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Department of Education

Philippines

Represented by H.E. Leonor Magtolis Briones, Secretary of Education for the Republic of the Philippines, which has 857,310 teachers and 61,946 schools in its system.

"The Philippines Government has introduced and scaled up several ICT initiatives in our country to help our teachers, parents, and learners continue the process of education during the pandemic. We know that sharing experiences in a global platform like the Teacher Tech Summit will further understanding on what works best for learners throughout the world. We look forward to participating in this summit and learning from the experience of other countries."

H.E. Leonor Magtolis Briones, Secretary of Education for the Republic of the Philippines

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Sao Paulo Province

Brazil

Represented by H.E. Rossieli Soares, Secretary of Education for the State of Sao Paulo in Brazil, which has 200,000 teachers and 5,100 schools in its system.

"The pandemic has posed challenges for educational leaders around the world. Thinking and discussing the future of education has become essential to avoid a generational tragedy, and that is why I believe the Teacher Tech Summit is important to back fully. We look forward to all of our teachers participating actively."

H.E. Rossieli Soares, Secretary of Education for the State of Sao Paulo in Brazil

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Mendoza Province

Argentina

Represented by H.E. Jose Thomas, Minister of Education for Mendoza province in Argentina, which has 48,000 teachers and 2,600 schools in its system.

"We need to value the teaching profession, as the learning of our children relies exclusively on them. This involves strengthening the conditions in which they teach, but, most importantly, showcasing good practices and providing tools to ensure their upskilling. We trust that participating in the Teacher Tech Summit will be an opportunity to fulfill these objectives."

H.E. Jose Thomas, Minister of Education for Mendoza province in Argentina

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Western Cape Education Department

South Africa

Represented by H.E. Debbie Schäfer, Minister of Education for the Western Cape, which has 33,416 teachers and 1,514 schools.

"Our education system must keep up in a digitally integrated world, and it is our duty to give our teachers the opportunity to learn the skills they will need to support eLearning in their classrooms. The Teacher Tech Summit provides a unique opportunity for us to access the collective global experience of the profession, and for teachers to learn from one another’s experiences."

H.E. Debbie Schäfer, Minister of Education for the Western Cape

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