At The Secondary School Administrator Association of Thailand (SAAT)’s Annual Conference from 7 – 10 May 2019 in Chiang Mai. See you again at Worlddidac Asia this October!
At Smart Automation 4.0 and Dobot Competition Press Conference.
Event Promotion at International Robot Challenge at Rangsit University. Thanks to Pan-Asia International School and other partners for your invitation.
‘Thailand Competition on Robotics and Automation Control using Industry 4.0 Technology’ hosted by Chitralada Technology Institute, Office of Vocational Education Commission, King Mongkut’s University of Technology North Bangkok and Pathumwan Institute of Technology is BACK! The Committee had the 1st Meeting on 11 February to discuss on categories and competition rules at Chitralada Technology Institute.
Thanks to School Director and teachers at Bodindecha (Sing Singhaseni) for your continued support at Bodin Academic Expo!
Thanks to The President of Secondary School Administrator Association of Thailand (SAAT), Preschool Education Association of Thailand, The Institute for the Promotion of Teaching Science and Technology for your continued support!
WHY WORLDDIDAC ASIA?
For the past 15 years, Worlddidac Asia has gathered committed education executives, educators, lecturers, trainers and education professionals as well as distributors and providers of world class resources under one platform. Focusing on latest technologies, partnerships, unconventional best practices and policy sharing among ASEAN and from around the world, the event is positioning itself as the gateway to the education market in 10 ASEAN countries.
School directors, teachers and professional educators can gather information about analogue and digital products and discover how this can be made part of classroom teaching. And with its extensive line-up of talks, workshops, and international conference, Worlddidac Asia is unparalleled when it comes to educating the educators.
Education is top priority for most Southeast Asian governments. The fact is well reflected in the government expenditure on education.
The region allocates on an average 19.1% of national budget compared to the world average of 13.9%.
The Southeast Asian education market is projected to be worth USD661 billion by 2020 which the private sector education market is projected to be worth USD520 billion by then.
By 2020, education technology market in ASEAN is expected to steadily grow CAGR of close to 25%. K-12 education technology spend in APAC to reach close to USD 21 billion.
4 factors contributed to the growth K-12 education technology spend in APAC: Growth in K-12 education of SEA countries| Rise in e-learning | Increased internet penetration and use of education apps | Prominence of e-books
Worlddidac Asia is supported by a large international network of companies, associations, political and pedagogical institutions and research institutes, together with professional associations, societies and media representatives.