After the successful culmination of World Education Summit, 2011, we are proud to announce the 2nd Edition of the World Education Summit (WES) 2012, the worlds premier platform on education thought leadership. Being jointly organised by Centre for Science, Development and Media Studies (www.csdms.in) and Elets Technomedia Pvt. Ltd. (www.elets.in) between 26-27 July 2012, New Delhi, the event will witness the largest gathering of education leaders from across the globe.
Objectives of the Summit:
- To bring together top leadership in the field of education to assess learning in the 21st century and debate trends in school, higher and skill education across the globe
- To highlight innovations and best practices in education and provide a platform for disseminating the practices
- To deliberate and share common experiences and challenges in the implementation of education policies and reforms
- To assess technology practices and trends in education and their role in promoting education
- To address the role of teachers in meeting learners diverse expectations and needs
Components of the WES
The Summit will focus on the education sector and the challenges and opportunities in this field. Key thematic areas will include higher education, school education, vocational and skill training and open and distance learning.
The event will be marked by conferences, exhibitions, workshops and an award ceremony. It will provide a wonderful opportunity to stakeholders in the field of education, all over the world, to create opportunities of progress at all levels “ international, national, regional and local.
- Conference: The education platform that brings together thought leadership from across the globe under the 3 key themes
Vocational Education and Skills Training
- Awards: Recognizing global innovation and excellence in education
- Workshops: Intensive and focused sessions to deliberate on pertinent issues and provide solutions to key challenges in the education sector
- Exhibition: A global showcase of education technologies and teaching learning practices