Sunday, March 26, 2023

Tech Avant-Garde, the Global Partner of Microsoft, in association with Microsoft Education, is conducting a training program for school leaders for the first time on new paradigms of learning – Remote, Blended and Hybrid Learning.

This training program will cover the following topics: Develop your vision and build a roadmap to get there; Prepare your Stakeholders; Develop model schools; Stay connected; and Real time case studies.

The course is free for the batches listed below and participation is only by invitation. The program will be conducted on Knowledge L’avenir platform.

Talking about the training program for School Leaders and the role of technology, Ali Sait, CEO, Tech Avant-Garde, said, “The training program, specifically for School Leaders, is conducted for the first time in the world on Digital Transformation in Education. The School Leaders who attend this program will get certified and the schools will become eligible for two sessions of advisory on Digital Transformation and Holistic Learning within 2 months of the program. We are anticipating 12000 Heads of Schools to participant in this training program”.

The dates of the trainings will be as follows

•               Curtain Raiser Wednesday 18 May 2022 at 7.30 PM  IST 

•               Batch 1 Thursday 19th May 2022 – Friday 20th May 2022

•               Batch 2 Tuesday 24th May 2022 – Wednesday 25th May 2022

•               Batch 3 Thursday 2nd Jun 2022 – Friday 3rd Jun 2022

•               Batch 4 Friday 10th Jun 2022 – Saturday 11th June

Digital Transformation and its impact on Education

Digital transformation is an indisputable force revolutionizing our industries, reinventing our products, redefining our services, and reshaping the way we live and work. Its impact demands a change in schools and teaching practice. It shows how emerging technologies, including analytics and artificial intelligence, deliver far greater understanding of student capabilities and support new approaches to teaching and learning.

Schools around the world quickly transformed into online schools when the pandemic hit, but as students and teachers are returning to the physical space, it is the time to see this as an exciting opportunity to fundamentally change the lives of children and shift the trajectory of the community to re-think the school system.

Today’s students need real-world skills to thrive in the not-too-distant future. They must develop qualities like critical thinking, collaboration, creativity, self-awareness, self-management, responsible decision-making, and the ability to construct complex solutions. This is true regardless of subject area. Complex skills are as important for artistic, service, and human-oriented professions as they are for more scientific, technological, or industrial employment.