Lenovo tackles blended learning challenges, future of education at upcoming virtual EdVision Summit
PHILIPPINES, MARCH 17, 2021 – Global tech innovator Lenovo, in collaboration with Microsoft, introduced the EdVision program in 2020 to assist schools in their digital transformation journey and increase digital literacy among the new generation of teachers and students.This March 23, Lenovo is holding its first-ever EdVision Summit, a virtual event exclusively for educators and members of the academe across the region.
Themed “Bridging the Gap in Learning and Technology Under the Not so New Normal,” the summit will feature esteemed experts from Lenovo and collaborators Microsoft, Intel, and IDC.Speakers and panelists will discuss the transformation of education and implementation of new models of teaching, learning, and collaboration.
“With digital transformation in the education sector hastened by the pandemic, a lot of new technology has emerged in the market to help schools adapt. In this time of radical changes, the EdVision Summit offers the platform to have the much-needed conversations on the future of education. Through raising discourse and developing innovative solutions and services, EdVision aims to lead the way to education transformation and empower institutions and students in this pivotal movement,” said Michael Ngan, Lenovo Philippines President and General Manager.
The rate of acceleration of digital transformation globally demands innovation from institutions to better prepare their students for the digitalized future. To help educators overcome the challenges surrounding the abrupt shift to the digital world, the EdVision Summit panel discussions will tackle the topics “Educational Transformation – Ensuring Teaching Continuity Using Today’s Technology” and “Shifts in Classroom Education – Is Personalized Teaching the New Norm?”.
Furthermore, a representative from EdVision partner school Lyceum of the Philippines University will grace the event to share their own digital transformation experience and how the technology helped them address the challenges that arose with the transition to online learning. Representatives from premier institutions Xavier School and Miriam College are also invited to share insights on new digital pedagogies and solutions that support online learning.
All educators are invited to attend the summit to learn how to better equip their students to excel in the digitalized world. The summit will be on March 23, 2021 (Tuesday) from 3 to 6PM. To register for the free virtual event and learn more about the EdVision program, visit <lenovoedvision.com>.