11 October

300 people sign the Kazan Declaration during Ed-Crunch 2019

Earlier this month, our partners at ROSATOM, took part in the Ed-Crunch 2019 Conference in Moscow,  an event discussing the use of technology in education.

Their stand promoted our initiative – MISSION: TALENT!

Every year the Ed-Crunch Conference attracts more than 5,000 participants and about 300 speakers from all over the world!

Some 300 people visited the stand, signing the Kazan Declaration, calling world leaders to adopt a human-centred approach to close the skills gap.

“From Human Capital to Potential”

Panels at this year’s Ed-Crunch Conference focused on how a student’s potential can be nurtured through technology-use in education.

Our partners took part in 3 panels:

  1. Digital University: Providing Personnel for Digital Age

Government, education and business representatives discussed upcoming changes in the higher education system due to digital and labour market transformations.

2. Competencies for the Digital Economy: How to Keep Up with the Times Throughout Life

Business and university leaders discussed the skills mismatch problem as detailed in the BCG report. Speakers presented how leading universities encourage self-development and lifelong learning.

3. A Child on the Internet: Prohibit, Observe, or Explain?

Psychologists, as well as leaders in business and education, took part in a discussion about the benefits and dangers of the internet.

 

 

27 November 2019
FAST FACTS ON SUCCESSFUL DIGITAL TALENT PIPELINES
FAST FACTS ON SUCCESSFUL DIGITAL TALENT PIPELINES

Earlier this month, our partners at ROSATOM, took part in the Ed-Crunch 2019 Conference in Moscow,  an event discussing the use of technology in education. Their stand promoted our initiative – MISSION: TALENT! Every year the Ed-Crunch Conference attracts more than 5,000 participants and about 300 speakers from all over the world! Some 300 people […]

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