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Lenovo EdVision: First-ever Virtual Summit

As an Educator myself, I look for ways to enhance my skills so I can bestow them to my students of today. I kid you not, students nowadays are way different from our time. They’re now more technology-inept in terms of writing down notes, gathering data, just to name a few.

Thankfully, there are free virtual summits about education and how we become smarter with technology. Lenovo EdVision Summit is the first-ever summit to discuss different technology trends educators can use moving forward. Mainly, it will be all about bridging the gap in the learning and technology under the Not-so-New Normal set up. When I started joining the virtual world, it opened opportunities I never thought would prevail. This is why this article talks about the importance of joining this summit.

Classroom Transformation

Industry leaders and headmasters will discuss the shifts in the classroom especially how we can personalize the teaching and learning norm. Specifically, they will also help us understand how we can transform our classrooms and implement new models of teaching, learning and collaboration while still manage cost, efficiency and security.

The Industry Leaders and Experts

Esteemed speakers, panelists and experts will be there to share valuable insights in this educational transformation. Further, we’ll witness the Industry leaders’, specifically Lenovo, Microsoft, Intel vPro and IDC, promising involvement through their innovative solutions towards a smart and digitized classroom.

You may also want to read: EduTECH 2021 Philippines Goes Virtual

Register to Lenovo EdVision ‘s Virtual Summit Today!

The Lenovo EdVision first-ever virtual summit is absolutely FREE! This will be held on March 23, 2021 from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM. If you are also interested, you can register to join here.

Are you a teacher, student or in any way part of the academe, even a leader of your institution? This virtual summit is for YOU! Learning never stops especially for us who belong in the academe. The current situation may have changed a lot of our ways; but we have technology to keep most things going especially learning!

Anne Elizabeth Gumiran, also known as Queenie, is a 20-something, full-time public school teacher, a part-time travel blogger and a freediver. She started putting her stories of adventures and misadventures into words and pictures in 2017 and continues to do so as she shares her advocacy, Sustainable Traveling.

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