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The EON Reality-Nanyang Technological University Future Education Global Summit is a dialogue between technology professionals and educators to provoke questions and discussions on the future of academia. The Summit is also a platform to showcase cutting-edge technologies for immersive experiential learning and teaching in and out of the classroom.

In summary, the Future Education Global Summit is envisioned to be a gathering of thought leaders to share innovative ideas and discussions about the future classroom. Attendees and participants alike are expected to return from the summit with strategies and ideas for classroom design, leadership strategies and best practices in adopting educational technologies such as augmented and virtual reality. The outcomes derived from this summit are also expected to positively and immediately impact learners of all ages. Key topics such as lifelong learning shall also be addressed in the summit, which is accompanied by an exhibition of the latest educational technologies employed and/or created by NTU, NIE, and EON Reality

Held over two days, the program will comprise academic conversations with education and technology experts such as  Her Excellency Paula Parviainen, Ambassador of the Republic of Finland, former NTU President Professor Bertil Andersson, Dr Michael Fung, Deputy Chief Executive (industry) of SkillsFuture Singapore, NTU Provost Professor Ling San and Director of the National Institute of Education Professor Christine Goh. The summit will also feature hands-on workshops for EON Reality’s exciting and efficient AVR Platform products. Both of which will provide education professionals with the necessary knowledge and technical skills to employ the latest classroom technologies.

Topics include:

  • Imagine the Future: What Will a Classroom in 2030 Look Like?
  • Creating Active and Collaborative Learning Environments with Future Technologies
  • Lifelong Learning: Empowering a Future-Ready Workforce in the Industry 4.0 Age
  • Is the University Future Proof? Challenges in Technological Transformations