Education at the Age of Disruption

Today, as the 4th industrial revolution transforms the global landscape, the true goal of education is toinspire students with a lifelong capacity and passion for learning. It is atleast as important that studentsbe able to ask the right question as it is to know the right answer so they are prepared not simply withknowledge but with the skills and strategies they need to succeed in the real world, and will continue tolearn throughout their lives.

As technology continuously evolves, so do our lives around it. In recent years education has been impactedsignificantly, in terms of both the teaching and learning experience, and this can be felt all the way frompreschool to university. We’ve seen the introduction of laptops and tablets in the classroom, and agrowing number of online courses. The technology has dramatically changed the way we access andcirculate information.

Technology is playing a role in transforming education. Across the world, educators everywhere areproving that it can be done by anyone.

Join us and participate in dialoguesabout how one can make a different towards the Education at theAge of Disruption in this region

2019 Speakers

Dr. Khunying Kalaya Sophonpanich

Abhisit Vejjajiva

Prof. Dr. mult. Wassilios E. Fthenakis

Dr. Carrie Yau

Dr. Sukich Udindu

Makke Leppanen

Dr. Steven McKee

Jenni Vartiainen

Dr. Pongsakorn Saipetch

Kritsachai Somsaman

Mr. Edwin Ching

Mr. Dhruv Patel FRIM

Nalin Tutiyaphuengprasert

Peter Marc Magsalin

Michael P Belgica

Sudath Liyanage

Chalermchai Watkhaolam

Pichawadee Kittipanyangam

Suthep Tengpagit

Dr. Edward Chang

Kulabut Thananthong

Sari Hurme-Mehtälä

Anna Korpi

Assoc. Prof. Dr. Surapon Boonlue

Asst. Prof. Dr. Komkrit Chomsuwan

Asst. Prof. Dr. Sakol Teeravarunyou

Danny Gauch

Dr. Boorapatis Ploysuwan

Dr. Neil Balba

Dr. Vorasuang Duangchinda

Dr. Chadjane Thaithae

Ichiro Miyazawa