DigiTech Visayas confab set
The first ever “DigiTech Visayas: A Conference on Technology in Education” is slated on November 14-15 at the University of St. La Salle, La Salle Avenue, Bacolod City, Negros Occidental.
DigiTech is an event that encompasses different facets of digital technology for children, schools, libraries and the ICT industry, focusing on new developments that may be shared in the education sector.
Among the speakers and the topics are: “Growing Up in the 21st Century,” by Early Childhood Education Expert, Ms. Maricar Gustilo-de Ocampo; “Robotics, Advanced Technology & Education: The Future of Learning,” by Ms. Mylene Abiva, President & CEO of Felta Multi-Media, Inc.; “Digital Literacy in the K-12 Classroom,” by Mr. John Arnold Siena, Regional Director of Department of Education Region VI; Technology: Implementing Technology Integration for Teaching and Learning,” by Mr. Dino Danao, Marketing Executive of McGraw-Hill Education.
Second day topics and speakers include: “Growing up Wired,” by Dr. Queena Lee-Chua, professor, columnist, and author; “Cyber Wellness and Keeping Kids Safe Online,” by Mr. Sonnie Santos, founder and lead advocate, Web Safety Philippines; “Learning at Play,” by Ms. Claudette Tandoc, professor, consultant, and trainer; “Emerging Instructional Delivery,” by Mr. Rhoderick Samonte Director, Center for External Relations Institute for Negros Development, University of St. La Salle.
After-lunch workshops on the second day are also available for those who are interested. These workshops include: “Creativity in the Classroom,” conducted by Ms. Maricar Gustilo-de Ocampo of Early Childhood Education Expert; “Re-imagine Learning: Designing Your Digital Classroom,” conducted Mr. Dino Danao Marketing Executive, McGraw-Hill Education; “Setting Up Your Own Cyber Wellness Program,” conducted by Mr. Sonnie Santos, Founder and Lead Advocate, Web Safety Philippines. For details and registration, call (034) 436-6100 loc 123 or (034) 4321186 loc. 171 (02) 896-0661 or 896-0682, or e-mail [email protected].
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