Redesigning Learning: Leveraging Technology to Develop Future-ready Learners

Whole School

In this session, we will challenge conventional teaching approaches by exploring how technology can be used to create opportunities for students to develop future-ready skills, such as critical thinking. Walk away with tangible ideas and tools that you can immediately implement in your classroom and prepare students for success in an ever-changing world.

Session Goals:

  • Gain insight into the importance of future-ready skills in preparing students for success in an evolving global landscape
  • Explore practical strategies for integrating technology into teaching practices to foster critical thinking, creativity, and collaboration.
  • Acquire hands-on experience with a variety of tools and resources designed to support the development of future-ready skills in the classroom.

Lee Han Ni:

Han Ni is currently the Middle School Digital Learning Coach at Stamford American International School. Prior to this role, I worked in the Ministry of Education, as both a teacher and an Educational Technology Officer. Han Ni is an advocate for meaningful use of technology in teaching and learning. Han Ni believes that digital learning is not about the gadgets and software, but the pedagogy that drives instructional strategies. Han Ni believes that technology can help redesign learning experiences for students, making learning more accessible and meaningful for everyone when used thoughtfully.