LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT

LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT

LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT

IMMERSIVE AR/VR, BLENDED LEARNING, ANALYTICS AND NEXT GENERATION LEARNING SPACES 4 – 6 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE MAIN SUMMIT: 4 – 5 SEPTEMBER 2019 POST-SUMMIT SEMINARS & SITE TOURS: 6 SEPTEMBER 2019 VENUE: FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com KEY THEMES: Charting The Future Of AI In Education How Learning Analytics And Data-Driven Insights Boost Student Retention How Adaptive Learning Transforms Individual Student Learning Flipped Classroom Best Practice And Global Exemplars How To Design For An Individualized Learning Experience How Blended Learning Drives Better Student Engagement And Retention How AR/VR Is Changing The Way Students Learn, Experience And Engage Designing Great AR/VR Learning Environments: Blending Physical Spaces With Immersive Reality Experiential Learning Through Robotics, 3D Printing And Virtual Reality Human-Centered Design In Digital Learning How Learning Analytics Can Detect Early Warning Signs Of Students Not Coping Well Effective Innovative Online Programs For Adult Learning In Asia Reimagining Technical And Vocational Education In The New Economy Digital Technologies In Early Childhood Classrooms Immersive AR/VR & Classroom Of The Future Site Tour GLOBAL THOUGHT LEADERS & KEY SPEAKERS: DR NACHAMMA SOCKALINGAM Programme Director, Learning Sciences Lab The Singapore University of Technology and Design YVES MARCEL Executive Director Lycee Francais de Singapour DR ERIN ROBINSON Middle School Principal United World College South East Asia ASSOC PROF CHENG SIONG CHIN Director of Innovation & Engagement Newcastle University ASSOC PROF KANG YEW BENG Associate Dean of E-Learning International Medical University ASSOC PROF JUSTIN DAUWELS Deputy Director, ST Engineering-NTU Corporate Laboratory Nanyang Technological University ANSHUL SONAK Regional Director (Innovation & Education, Asia) Intel Corporation ASSOC PROF SHANTI DIVAHARAN Associate Professor of Education Technology National Institute of Education DR JOHN FONG CEO & Head of Campus (Singapore) S P Jain School of Global Management PROF RUPERT MACLEAN Honorary Professor The Education University of Hong Kong 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT PROF MICHAEL JAMES KEPPELL Pro Vice-Chancellor, Learning & Teaching Taylor's University DR HELEN BOUND Head, Centre for Work and Learning Institute for Adult Learning, SUSS

LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT

1. Assess The Impact Disruptive Innovation And The Rise Of AI Have On The Classroom And The Work place, And Plan For Concrete, Strategic Action On Future Learning Pathways & Work Integrated Learning 2. Design Appropriate Learning Space To Optimize New Blended Pedagogies To Meet New Industry Needs 3. Learn From The Successes In Immersive Analytics, Flipped Classrooms And Blended Learning Acceleration In Innovative Universities, Polytechnics, Schools 4. Recognize Diversity And Choice, Empowering Students To Meet Their Own Learning Needs 5. Adopt Practical Approaches To Online Micro-Learning, Producing Employable Graduates And Promoting Life- Long Learning 6.

Design Great AR/VR/MR Learning Environments That Improve Student Learning 7. Re-Design Physical And Digital Learning Spaces And Classrooms To Improve Students’ Performance Outcome, Health And Engagement 7POWERFUL BENEFITS OF THIS SUMMIT THE Summit AT A GLANCE R E G I S T E R B Y 1 8 J U N E 2 1 9 T O S A V E U P T O S $ 4 2 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com • How AI And Analytics Can Improve Students’ Learning Pathways • Global Exemplars In Adaptive and Blended Learning • Adopting Extremely Successful “Flipped Classroom" Strategies • Designing Innovative Online Programmes For Effective Adult Learning • The First VR Escape Room In Asia For Slow Math Learners • Champagne Networking Session • Transforming Student Learning With Immersive Virtual And Augmented Reality • Designing The Classroom Of The Future • Designing For An Individualized Learning Experience • Re-Imaging Technical & Vocational Education In The New Economy • Measuring Success Of Blended Learning Programs DAY 1: WEDNESDAY, 4 SEPTEMBER 2019 DAY 2: THURSDAY, 5 SEPTEMBER 2019 DAY 3: FRIDAY 6 SEPTEMBER 2019 Digital Campus and Classrooms of the Future Site Tours • 3 Useful Training Seminars For Educators And Schools • Site Tour At A Campus To View AR/VR/MR In Education • Site Visit To A Digital Campus’ New Learning Spaces & View Blended Learning Innovations • Site Visit To A Driverless Car Transportation Lab In A Top University

LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT

The Digital Campus and Blended Learning Innovation Conferences in 2017 & 2018 were a resounding success, with over 300 board and senior management delegates coming together to discover essential strategic and technical knowledge to facilitate the digital transformation in creating a truly student-centric learning experience. AACDS (Australasian Academy of Cosmetic Dermal Science) ACAP ACG Parnell College All Saints' College AMES Australia Army Learning Production Centre (Brisbane) Aspire2 International Auckland Institute of Studies Auckland University of Technology Australian Childhood Foundation Australian Film Television and Radio School Australian Industry Trade College Australian National University Australian Property Institute AUT University Avondale College of Higher Education Ballarat Clarendon College Barker College BCA National Training Group Beaconhills College Bendigo Kangan Institute Brisbane Girls Grammar School Brisbane School of Distance education Builders Academy Australia Canberra Institute of Technology Canterbury College Catalyst Education Catholic Education Diocese of Parramatta Cengage Australia & New Zealand Central Queensland University Charles Darwin University Chatswood High School Cherrybrook Technology High School Chisholm Institute Coomera Anglican College CQUniversity CSIRO Curtin University D2L Australia Deakin University Dementia Training Australia, UWA Didasko Dilworth Trust Board ECA Edith Cowan University Federation University Australia Fire and Emergency New Zealand Firefly Education Fudan University Good Shepherd College Goodstart Early Learning Griffith University Guilford Young College Health Education and Training Institute Heart of Worcestershire College Hiverlab Holmesglen Institute Independent Schools Victoria Institute for Media Innovation, NTU International College of Hotel Manage- ment Iona Presentation College Ivanhoe Grammar School James Cook University Karabar High School De KPMG Australia La Trobe University Lambton High School Le Cordon Bleu Learning Objects LearningWorks Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine, NTU Lincoln University New Zealand Liz Coulter Consulting Macarthur Anglican School Mackenzie Special School Mansfield State High School Massey University Melbourne Business School Melbourne Law School Melbourne Polytechnic Methodist Ladies College Metropolitan North Operational Directorate, Department of Education Metta School MGSM Milskil Monash University MSL Training Murdoch University Nan Tien Institute Nanyang Technological University New Zealand College of Chiropractic New Zealand Institute of Education New Zealand Maritime School Manukau Institute of Technology NSW School of languages Online Education Services Open Polytechnic Oracle Corporation Pacific International Hotel Management School Palm Beach-Currumbin State High School Pathways and Vocational Education (PAVE) 4 – 6 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces Past Participating Companies 3 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com

LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT

4 – 6 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces Past Participating Companies Pathways College Postgraduate Institute of Management Pragmatic Education Group Pragmatic Training Prairiewood High School Pymble Ladies' College Queensland University of Technology Raffles Girls' Secondary School Rangi Ruru Girls' School Royal New Zealand Police College S P Jain School of Global Management Sacred Heart College Kyneton School of Psychological Science, UWA Shift Singapore Management University Singapore University of Technology and Design Skills Active Aotearoa Skills Strategies International St Andrew's Anglican College St Augustine’s College – Sydney St Francis Xavier College St Michael's Grammar School St Peter's Catholic College St Peter's Girls School St Thomas More College Swineburne University of Technology Sydney Catholic Schools TAFE Taylor's University Te Aho o Te Kura Pounamu Te Rito Maioha: Early Childhood New Zealand Te Wananga Aotearoa Temasek Polytechnic The Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) The College of Law The Gordon The Mind Lab by Unitec Institute of Technology The Scots College The Skills Organisation The University of Auckland The University of Melbourne The University of New South Wales The University of Northhampton The University of Queensland The University of Sydney The University of the South Pacific The University of Tokyo Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology Trinity College Pathways School Unitec Institute of Technology Uniting Universal College of Learning (UCOL) Universities Australia University of Adelaide University of Auckland University of Canterbury University of Malaya University of Melbourne University of New South Wales University of Newcastle University of Otago University of Queensland University of Southern Queensland Toowoomba University of Sydney University of Tasmania University of Technology Sydney University of the Sunshine Coast University of Tokyo University of Waikato University Of Western Australia UNSW Waikato Institute of Technology (WIN- TEC) Western Sydney University Westmount Education Trust Whitireia New Zealand Wilf Malcolm Institute of Educational Research (WMIER) William Angliss Institute Enjoy a glass of champagne whilst networking with other like-minded individuals on topics that are of most interest to you and fellow delegates.

4 SEPTEMBER 2019 CHAMPAGNE NETWORKING SESSION WITH TOP EDUCATORS 4 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com

LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT

DR NACHAMMA SOCKALINGAM Programme Director, Learning Sciences Lab The Singapore University of Technology and Design DR HELEN BOUND Head, Centre for Work & Learning Institute for Adult Learning, SUSS Meet the Incredible Line-Up of Speakers 4 – 6 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces ASSOC PROF JUSTIN DAUWELS Deputy Director, ST Engineering-NTU Corporate Laboratory Nanyang Technological University ASSOC PROF CHENG SIONG CHIN Director of Innovation & Engagement Newcastle University PROF RUPERT MACLEAN Honorary Professor The Education University of Hong Kong ASSOC PROF KANG YEW BENG Associate Dean of E-Learning International Medical University DR JOHN FONG CEO & Head of Campus (Singapore) S P Jain School of Global Management ASSOC PROF MAY LIM SOK MUI Director, Centre for Learning Environment & Assessment Development Singapore Institute of Technology 5 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com DR ERIN ROBINSON Middle School Principal United World College South East Asia

LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT

Meet the Incredible Lineup of Speakers 4 – 6 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces CHRISTOPHER CHEE Lead Teacher in Mathematics Spectra Secondary School TEH TUAN ANN Technology Development Centre Manager ITE College West ASSOC PROF SHANTI DIVAHARAN Associate Professor of Education Technology National Institute of Education KIM CHUA Assistant Professor Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University PROF MICHAEL JAMES KEPPELL Pro Vice-Chancellor, Learning & Teaching Taylor's University YVES MARCEL Executive Director Lycee Francais de Singapour DR CHEN ZHI XIONG Assistant Dean of Students National University of Singapore DR SAMSON TAN Head, Centre for Innovation in Learning National Institute of Education 6 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com ANSHUL SONAK Regional Director (Innovation & Education, Asia) Intel Corporation

LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT

4 – 6 SEPTEMBER 2019 | SHANGRI-LA HOTEL SINGAPORE Meet the Incredible Lineup of Speakers 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces MOHAMMED ALI KHAN Senior Education Specialist International Finance Corporation, The World Bank Group JOYCE NG Investment Partner iGlobe Partners GARY LIM Deputy Director, Temasek SkillsFuture Academy Temasek Polytechnic DR STEPHEN TAY Senior Lecturer, School of Design and Environment National University of Singapore CHRISTINA LU MAXWELL Senior Vice President, Human Resources & Communication Volvo Group MIGUEL DE ANDRÉS-CLAVERA Head of Creative Technology, Asia Pacific Google ARTHUR LANG CEO, International Singtel ASSOC PROF NGA MIN EN Fellow NUS Teaching Academy 7 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com SWAPNIL CHUGH Global Director, Online Programmes INSEAD

LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT

Meet the Incredible Lineup of Speakers 4 – 6 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces PROF VENKY SHANKARARAMAN Deputy Dean, Practice & Education Singapore Management University ALFRED BENEDICT CHAN Director SEED Institute, NTUC ASSOC PROF WENDY BONG Dean of School of Science & Technology Wawasan Open University WUI CHIANG YONG Chief Executive Officer Parkway College of Nursing and Allied Health MARY GEORGE CHERIYAN Deputy Principal Raffles Girls’ School ADRIENNE MICHETTI Digital Literacy Coach United World College South East Asia KRISTIN MIKULKA Digital Literacy Coach United World College South East Asia ROGER TAN Assistant Chief Executive Officer Civil Service College 8 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com

LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT

HOW ADAPTIVE LEARNING TRANSFORMS INDIVIDUAL STUDENT LEARNING HOW LEARNING ANALYTICS CAN DETECT EARLY WARNING SIGNS OF STUDENTS NOT COPING WELL IMMERSIVE AR/VR & CLASSROOM OF THE FUTURE SITE TOUR CHARTING THE FUTURE OF AI IN EDUCATION EXPERIENTIAL LEARNING THROUGH ROBOTICS, 3D PRINTING AND VIRTUAL REALITY REIMAGINING TECHNICAL AND VOCATIONAL EDUCATION IN THE NEW ECONOMY HOW TO DESIGN FOR AN INDIVIDUALIZED LEARNING EXPERIENCE FLIPPED CLASSROOM BEST PRACTICE AND GLOBAL EXEMPLARS EFFECTIVE INNOVATIVE ONLINE PROGRAMS FOR ADULT LEARNING IN ASIA HOW LEARNING ANALYTICS AND DATA-DRIVEN INSIGHTS BOOST STUDENT RETENTION HUMAN-CENTERED DESIGN IN DIGITAL LEARNING DIGITAL TECHNOLOGIES IN EARLY CHILDHOOD CLASSROOMS DESIGNING GREAT AR/VR LEARNING ENVIRONMENTS: BLENDING PHYSICAL SPACES WITH IMMERSIVE REALITY HOW BLENDED LEARNING DRIVES BETTER STUDENT ENGAGEMENT AND RETENTION HOW AR/VR IS CHANGING THE WAY STUDENTS LEARN, EXPERIENCE AND ENGAGE 9 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com Summit Key Themes 4 – 6 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces

LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT

4 – 6 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE 10 REASONS TO JOIN US IN SEPTEMBER AT THE 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces 10 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com 01 03 05 07 09 02 04 06 08 10 Strategize on adopting and accelerating blended learning in your organization or institution Learn how to deploy AI and analytics to improve your students’ learning pathways and performance Acquire the new skills needed of higher education for educators of the future Explore latest technologies and innovations in AR/VR/MR to be used in online and hybrid classrooms Re-design digital infrastructure to integrate student learning and engagement Re-design your curriculum for work-integrated learning in the wake of disruptive innovation and automation Explore how vocational & technical Training can be re-engineered to lead the way to a 21st century education Learn new practical approaches to online learning that produce employable graduates and satisfied employers Learn how to use data to drive learning and teaching decisions in the classroom Design physical learning spaces to improve students’ learning outcome

11 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com DAY ONE - 4 SEPTEMBER 2019 09:10 09:30 09:50 09:05 09:00 Miguel de Andrés-Clavera Head of Creative Technology, Asia Pacific Google Invited Senior Official Leading Educational Thought Leader Government of Singapore Christina Lu Maxwell Senior Vice President, Human Resources & Communication Volvo Group Arthur Lang CEO, International Singtel Anshul Sonak Regional Director (Innovation & Education, Asia) Intel Corporation Joyce Ng Investment Partner iGlobe Partners Mohammed Ali Khan Senior Education Specialist International Finance Corporation, The World Bank Group Anshul Sonak Regional Director (Innovation & Education, Asia) Intel Corporation Keynote Address: The Continuing Educational Reforms In Singapore And Asia – Impact And Implications For Students, Educators And Society The Future Of AI In Education: Challenges Of The 4th Industrial Revolution And Reskilling Requirements Panel Discussion: Key Skills Industry Employees Say Today’s Graduates Need To Succeed Tomorrow Summit Introduction Welcoming Speech & Opening Remarks By Conference Producer • Beyond PISA, reforming K12 education, remaking pathways, full subject-based banding and future challenges • The future of many present jobs is very challenged, with automation forecast to take job tasks that are routinely analytical or manual.

Retail sales remains the most common job, but as the pilot of Amazon’s checkout-free supermarket indicates, such jobs have over 90% chance of becoming automated in the very near future. Whilst many new jobs will be created, these will require an emphasis on different skills to those that are presently developed in conventional education. Science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) will remain important. However, it is increasingly apparent that so-called ‘softer’ skills focused on creativity, decision-making and complex communication drawing on the arts will be ever more prized than they are at present.

Those practising these new jobs will almost certainly leverage the power of artificial intelligence and machine learning to augment their core skills. The question is how should we train the workforce and the professions moving forward? We need to prepare our children not to find a job, but to create one or more. Creativity, decision-making and communication skills lie at the centre of this quest, as does the ability to exploit technology.

• The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies in education shows no signs of slowing down. Imagine the possibilities of each student having their own virtual-learning assistant, or bot powered by AI that can support a student throughout their studies, creating a personalized learning journey. Or, new assessment models that measure in real time as they happen and can adapt content accordingly? • Balancing academic and corporate risks in a disruptive future • How to empower existing academic institutions: technological and corporate guidance needed • Deep learning, problem solving functional skills in a digital, automated workplace • How will education bring technical/vocational based education back into play • How is the future of work being investigated - are we investing in upgrading teaching content and resources to deliver the essential capabilities?

• Boom or bust? Embedding entrepreneurship in education in Asia • Top billionaire hedge funder, Ray Dalio, donated US$100 million to public schools in Connecticut in the US as part of a PPP programme to help bridge social inequity. What about tapping potential Public-Private Partnership opportunities in Asia’s continuing educational reform in a win-win-win situation? Is there a role for private enterprises, EduTech players, educators and wealthy foundations? 4 – 5 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE Main Summit Agenda 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces

12 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com 4 – 5 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE • Technology has brought about new opportunities for both individuals and businesses. By 2020, experts predict that spending on digital transformation initiatives will surpass the $2 trillion mark. That translates to a tremendous amount of investment by companies across industry sectors. • One of the keys to driving the people element of digital transformation is offering learning and development initiatives that not only train existing staff but serve to attract in-demand new talent to the business.

In April 2018, Temasek Polytechnic launched a new means of learning, focused on helping working adults achieve their need for constant upgrading and skills re-development. The Micro-Learning Courses (or 15:00 13:30 13:30 14:00 14:30 15:30 16:00 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking The Impact Of Digital Learning For The Workforce Of The Future: Micro-Learning As An Option Drones In The Classroom 3D Design And 3D Printing With Integrated STEM Latest Advances In Virtual Classroom & Open Source Learning Systems Applications Of Digital Technologies, AI And Computer Science In The School Curriculum Using The Latest Audio Visual And Interactive Systems To Create Dynamic, Collaborative Learning Spaces 12:00 11:00 11:30 Mohammed Ali Khan Senior Education Specialist International Finance Corporation, The World Bank Group Prof Michael James Keppell Pro Vice-Chancellor, Learning & Teaching Taylor's University Senior Management Pearson Building Efficacy In Learning Technologies Bridging The Employability Disconnect: A Multi-Stakeholder Approach, Aligning Students, Educational Institutions And Industry - Perspective From The World Bank Group Enhancing Student Learning Experience Through Curriculum Transformation And Innovative Pedagogies In The Digital Age • How students can get more out of higher education?

• Bridging the gap between education and employability • How educational institutions can effectively prepare graduates for the job market? • The IFC Employability Tool & its efficacy • Future opportunities • Focusing on a broad-based holistic curriculum transformation within the Higher education context. Parallel to curriculum transformation we need to examine the knowledge, skills and attitudes teaching staff need to thrive in a digital age. Examine student development and capabilities required by students to tackle the complexities of the learning landscape that is becoming increasingly digital, connected, and ambiguous.

• Curriculum transformation in a digital age: broad-based education, holistic education, life skills, active learning and blended learning, assessment for learning • The knowledge, skills and capabilities teachers need to thrive in a digital age such as digital fluency, technology affordances, learning analytics and feedback as feed-forward. • The knowledge, skills and capabilities learners need to thrive in a digital age such as digital literacies, self-regulated learning and self-assessment.

Main Summit Agenda 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces 12:30 Lunch & Networking 10:40 Morning Refreshments & Networking NEXT GENERATION CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY ASIA PACIFIC 2019 MAIN SUMMIT

4 – 5 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE Teh Tuan Ann Technology Development Centre Manager ITE College West Main Summit Agenda 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces 13 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com NEXT GENERATION CLASSROOM TECHNOLOGY ASIA PACIFIC 2019 MAIN SUMMIT Gary Lim Deputy Director, Temasek SkillsFuture Academy Temasek Polytechnic MLCs) allow individuals to learn at their own time and pace, on any mobile device.

In this session, Temasek Polytechnic will share how they have empowered and enabled a new way of learning through MLCs to help companies and individuals acquire new skills, pertinent to help them stay relevant in the face of digital transformation.

16:30 17:00 17:30 Improving Digital Literacy Via Gamification, Serious Games, Minecraft Blockchain For Preschools, Schools, Higher Education Re-Designing Physical Learning Spaces For The Classroom Of The Future: Smart Furniture, Architecture And Equipment To Facilitate Great Learning Experiences 15:30 14:00 14:30 Christopher Chee Lead Teacher in Mathematics Spectra Secondary School Dr Helen Bound Head, Centre for Work and Learning Institute for Adult Learning, SUSS Assoc Prof Shanti Divaharan Associate Professor of Education Technology National Institute of Education Case Study: The Path To The Development Of A VR Escape Room In Singapore - Solving Math Problems To Escape Designing For Future-Oriented Blended Learning Best Practices In Pedagogy In Digital Learning • The approach we use, which is Team Based Learning (TBL) and how we the idea of the VR Escape room originates from the work we have done the last 6 years.

Our work in TBL is well documented and we have developed our online learning resources using a platform called ‘Decktoys’ and we use the platform ‘Intedashboard’ to provide us the analytic data to help us understand the gaps in our students’ learning. • Our focus will be on the idea of using the ‘Escape Room’ concept in our application process and invariably share how we develop lessons in class that uses a ‘breakout’ box.

15:00 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking

4 – 5 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE Main Summit Agenda 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces 16:00 16:30 17:00 Prof Venky Shankararaman Deputy Dean, Practice & Education Singapore Management University Professor of Information Systems (Education), SMU Dr Samson Tan Head, Centre for Innovation in Learning National Institute of Education Dr Nachamma Sockalingam Programme Director, Learning Sciences Lab The Singapore University of Technology and Design Analytics Applications For Enhancing Student Learning Experience: The Case Of The Singapore Management University Case Study: Leveraging ARVR For Learning In NIE/NTU Advances In Technology-Based Learning 17:30 Closing Remarks By Summit Chair 17:35 Champagne Networking Session Enjoy a glass of champagne whilst networking with other like-minded individuals on topics that are of most interest to you and fellow delegates.

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15 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com 4 – 5 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE Main Summit Agenda 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces DAY TWO - 5 SEPTEMBER 2019 10:15 09:45 10:30 09:05 10:50 09:00 Dr John Fong CEO & Head of Campus (Singapore) S P Jain School of Global Management Assoc Prof May Lim Sok Mui Director, Centre of Learning Environment & Assessment Development Singapore Institute of Technology Prof Rupert Maclean Honorary Professor The Education University of Hong Kong Advisor to the Chinese Government and to Alibaba Assoc Prof Nga Min En Fellow NUS Teaching Academy Associate Professor, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine Senior Pathology Consultant, National University of Singapore Hospital NUS Annual Teaching Excellence Award (ATEA) Honour Roll 2016 Morning Refreshments & Networking Designing The Classroom Of The Future – The Advent Of Engaged Learning Classroom Technology Implementing Smart Classrooms: What Kind Of Learning Spaces Promote Collaborative Learning Re-Imagining Technical And Vocational Training In Asia: Case Study Of Training A New Workforce To Harness The Digital Revolution For E-Commerce In The Asia Pacific Case Study: Effective Blended Learning For Medical Students - The Use Of A Virtual Museum Of Medical Specimens, Videos And Interactive Quizzes To Reinforce Learning Welcoming Speech & Day 2 Highlights By Chairperson • Building an adaptive teaching system and strategy to match student learning progress • Re-designing the learning environment to maximize knowledge internalization • Enhanced Learning Online: providing a virtual classroom experience accessible anywhere in the world • Engaged Learning Classrooms: significantly changing student experience and blended learning • Scoreboard: determining assessment and feedback frequency to improve learning outcome • When considering learning environment, it is important to consider how the digital space blend the physical learning space to provide an optimal learning environment.

More importantly, we emphasize on the fit of pedagogy for meeting the learning outcomes, allowing for both online learning to be blended with face to face collaborative learning experiences. At Singapore Institute of Technology (SIT), there is an institution wide development of smart classrooms, also known as Applied and Collaborative Learning Environment (ACE). This type of smart classroom consists of computer on wheels, with capability of connecting display with each other wirelessly. Distributed microphones are provided in different clusters of tables to enable active discussion. We have also developed a learning space that we call Lectorial, that facilitate students to both attend to short lectures and engage in regular discussions.

• Alongside the development of the infrastructure, we have different initiatives of faculty development sessions demonstrating how the technology and learning environment support their teaching. We catered training in various formats such as exhibition day, regular workshops, and individual consultation to those who have booked the rooms. Pedagogy such as Team-Based Learning are also introduced alongside with how the environment can be used to support such pedagogy. • A research study has been conducted involving more than 250 students and faculty which focuses on the perceptions and experiences of the users in the smart classrooms.

Questionnaires used include Active Learning Classroom Survey to determine classroom seating needs and preferences of students. Another study has been done with 414 students on the evaluation of Lectorial and how students have experienced learning in large group settings. The findings and challenges in the implementation of smart classrooms will be shared.

16 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com 4 – 5 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE Main Summit Agenda 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces 12:30 Lunch & Networking 11:20 12:10 14:00 11:50 13:30 Dr Erin Robinson Middle School Principal United World College South East Asia Kim Chua Assistant Professor Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Faculty Mentor, Women in Aviation Asia Assoc Prof Cheng Siong Chin Director of Innovation & Engagement Newcastle University Adjunct Professor, University of Chongqing, China Assoc Prof Wendy Bong Dean of School of Science & Technology Wawasan Open University Wui Chiang Yong Chief Executive Officer Parkway College of Nursing and Allied Health Roger Tan Assistant Chief Executive Officer Civil Service College Alfred Benedict Chan Director SEED Institute, NTUC Adrienne Michetti Digital Literacy Coach United World College South East Asia Case Study: The Blended Learning Initiative At The United World College South East Asia Case Study Of STEM For Women: Attracting And Enabling Women For Future Technical Roles In Aviation/Aerospace - Opportunities, Challenges And The Way Forward Interactive Hot Seat Roundtables Case Study: Understanding The Impact Of Artificial Intelligence In The Engineering Education Landscape Applications And Case Study Of Data Analytics In Talent Management And Learning Analytics In Open Distance Learning For Adult Learners • Change management around blended learning • The opportunity for transformational teaching/learning • Teachers’ professional development • Female under-representation in STEM fields is a well-researched and perplexing problem.

As a society, we learn about the world and advance our existing knowledge through the domains of science, technology math and engineering. It is thus imperative that we attract the best and brightest minds into the fields that will move us forward by attracting more women to contribute meaningfully. • As an industry, attracting and retaining more women in STEM related careers enable and empower companies tremendously to improve diversity, maximize creativity, and boost competitiveness.

• The presentation will discuss and draw insights from key research findings that point to environmental, organizational and social- cultural barriers, including stereotypes, gender bias, entry barriers and the climate of science and engineering departments in colleges and universities that continue to impede women’s progress in STEM fields. • Case Study Of Blended Learning And Pedagogy In Nursing Education • Case Study Of Learning Innovations At The Civil Service College, Singapore • Learning Innovations In Early Childhood Training & Education

17 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com 4 – 5 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE Main Summit Agenda 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces Yves Marcel Executive Director Lycee Francais de Singapour Swapnil Chugh Global Director, Online Programmes INSEAD (Formerly from Goldman Sach) Adrienne Michetti Digital Literacy Coach United World College South East Asia Dr Stephen Tay Senior Lecturer, School of Design and Environment National University of Singapore Kristin Mikulka Digital Literacy Coach United World College South East Asia Mary George Cheriyan Deputy Principal Raffles Girls’ School • Case Study: Blended Learning In A French International School • Online Learning As A Strategic Tool To Transform Organizations • Case Study: Understanding The Process Behind Implementing Blended Learning In A Middle School Environment - Structures, Behaviors, And Processes That Help Make A Blended Learning Initiative Successful • How Blended Learning Drives Better Student Retention: The Experience Of Blended Learning Innovations In Nanyang Polytechnic • Case Study Of Blended Learning In Energy Engineering: Solar Photovoltaics o o Expert engagements o o Laboratory tours o o Student engagement and employability • Teacher Facilitation In Learner-Centered Learning 15:30 16:00 Assoc Prof Kang Yew Beng Associate Dean of E-Learning International Medical University Dr Chen Zhi Xiong Assistant Dean of Students National University of Singapore Deputy Education Director, NUS Department of Physiology Integration Lead Educator, NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine Fellow, NUS Teaching Academy Chairperson, Asia-Pacific Biomedical Science Educators Association (APBSEA) The Flipped Classroom: An Evidence-Based Approach Technology And Values In Education - Match Made In Heaven… Or Not? • Digitally savvy students enrolled in higher education want to learn in a way that makes sense to them.

Their digital world isn’t something new, it’s an extension of who they are. They want their education to be more flexible and more personalized and they want to be educated whenever and wherever they happen to be. The opportunity to learn in this way extends to Work Integrated Learning partnerships - industry placements that allow students to work with organizations across the world either in person or online. When used as a tool that improves students’ understanding and retention of information, this form of ‘flipped classroom’ is proving extremely successful. It reverses the traditional homework/teaching environments, meaning students view lectures when it suits them so that once on campus, class time is devoted to deeper subject analysis and collaboration.

This helps students become better learners by developing their higher order cognitive skills such as problem solving and critical thinking. Case Study of using Flipped Classroom to Improve Students’ Mastery of Materials and Enrich the Learning Experience? 15:00 Afternoon Refreshments & Networking

18 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com 4 – 5 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE Main Summit Agenda 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces 16:30 Assoc Prof Justin Dauwels Deputy Director, ST Engineering-NTU Corporate Laboratory Nanyang Technological University ERIAN Cluster Director, Smart Mobility (Autonomous Vehicles) State-Of-The-Art AI Keynote: Leveraging AI To Analyze And Assess Face-To-Face Learning Scenarios 17:00 17:30 End-Of-Summit Panel Discussion: The Future Of Education In Asia Closing Remarks By Summit Chair

23 – 26 JULY 2018 | INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION CENTRE, SYDNEY MORNING AFTERNOON Seminar 1: Using LMS as a Quality Control Tool for Effective Learning and Management in Schools, with case studies Seminar 2: Drones, Robotics, 3D Printing for Coding in Schools and Higher Education Seminar 3: Using data to drive learning and teaching decisions in the classroom • Visit to Spectra Secondary School for an Immersive AR/VR Learning Experience, including learning about game mechanics, puzzles and how these are integrated into the school curriculum • Visit to the Classroom of The Future, understanding how Engaged Learning Classroom Technology is being deployed at the S P Jain School of Global Management • Next Generation Makerspace: Experiential learning through robotics, 3D printing, drones, sound analytics, experimental farms, advanced coding • Visit to a Transportation Innovation Driverless Car Lab at the Nanyang Technological University 19 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com 6 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE POST-SUMMIT SEMINARS & SITE TOURS

4 – 6 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE MAKE THE MOST OF 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces 20 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com Our Company We are the world’s learning company with more than 24,000 employees in nearly 60 countries and a mission to help people make progress in their lives through learning. We combine world- class educational content and assessment, powered by services and technology, to enable more effective teaching and personalized learning at scale.

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Our Vision Our vision is to have a direct relationship with millions of lifelong learners and to link education to the way people aspire to live and work every day. To do that, we’ll collaborate with a wide group of partners to help shape the future of learning. We believe that we all need to embrace lifelong learning, continuously acquiring new knowledge and skills to thrive in an ever-changing and increasingly connected world. For more information, visit www.pearson.com/asia/educator/higher-education.html Legrand AV is a leading manufacturer and provider of innovative AV solutions including mounting, racks, projection screen solutions and HD PTZ cameras & UCC solutions for both the consumer and commercial AV markets.

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BENEFITS AS MEDIA PARTNER OR SUPPORTING ORGANIZATION AT 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT •Enhance your corporate profile and visibility within your industry – Your company’s logo will be emblazoned on our brochures and disseminated to key education and learning decision makers across Asia •Affiliation with an internationally recognized commercial event organizer Clariden Global events are widely known and trusted throughout the world for providing best value to senior industry executives.

Through partnering with selected media and supporting organizations, we are capable of delivering the highest caliber of expert knowledge and key industry insights to the target market.

If you met the criteria mentioned above and would like to explore the opportunity to partner with us for 2nd Digital Campus and Blended Learning Transformation Asia Pacific Summit, please contact Janis Zhang at +65 6899 5030 or email janis.zhang@claridenglobal.org. Do you have solutions to help enhance teaching quality? Looking for the ideal platform to raise your profile and to increase your ROI? Leverage our limited sponsorship packages to strengthen and confirm your market position through consistent and continual branding awareness and take advantage of the plethora of opportunities with high-level decision makers.

Your partnership with us will provide you with: •Unparalleled industry exposure •Leads generation and meeting arrangements with key decision makers in the education and learning sector •Extraordinary brand visibility, increasing brand awareness and preference •Long-term business partnerships with leading education and learning partners, customers and suppliers Please contact Audrey Bright at +65 6716 9986 or email audrey@claridenglobal.org to discuss potential exhibition and sponsorship opportunities or to customize your own package.

Capitalize on this Conference 4 – 6 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE MAKE THE MOST OF 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces 2017 & 2018 Digital Campus and Blended Learning Innovation Conferences Delegates Speakers Learning Institutes & Organisations 200+ 30+ 60+ 21 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com

4 – 6 SEPTEMBER 2019 | FOUR SEASONS HOTEL SINGAPORE Seniority Level: 70% of Participants will be Director Levels & Above Board / C-Level / President / Director / MD / VP / Asst. Director / General Manager – 70% Manager – 20% Head of Department – 10% WHO YOU WILL MEET: This summit is an unique platform that will gather business leaders and education experts from these key industries (including but not limited to): Higher Education, Polytechnics, Colleges, Vocational Training, Junior Colleges, Schools, K-12, Early Childhood & Nursery, The Adult Learning & Development Sector, School/ Learning Space Design, and more.

In the Roles of (board level as well as senior management level as below would be beneficial from attending this summit): • President, Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor/ Pro Vice-Chancellor, Provost, Dean, Head of Department, School Masters/Principals, Director/Head/Manager/Senior Official of Learning Technology/Learning/Academic Development/IT Support, Education Designer, Teacher for Special Needs Students, Learning & Development Manager, Schools/ Learning Space Designers & Architects, Chief Information Officers, and more. Seniority Level of Participants 10% 20% 70% 22 Call: +65 6899 5030 | Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com | Visit: http://www.claridenglobal.com 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT Immersive AR/VR, Blended Learning, Analytics And Next Generation Learning Spaces PARTICIPATING INSTITUTIONS

REGISTRATION PAGE 2ND DIGITAL CAMPUS AND BLENDED LEARNING TRANSFORMATION ASIA PACIFIC SUMMIT 4 - 6 September 2019 | Four Seasons Hotel Singapore Register with your Colleagues Today to Enjoy Group Discount*: Group discount of 10% for the 2nd participant from the same organization. For limited time only by 13 August 2019, register 3 participants and the 4th participant will receive a complimentary seat. For 5 or more registrations, please contact Janis Zhang at janis.zhang@claridenglobal.org. Group Discount will only be applicable to the package of the lowest value. *Only 1 discount scheme will apply.

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A: 2-Day Main Summit S$1,995 S$1,795 S$2,495 S$2,295 S$2,095 S$2,195 S$2,595 S$2,695 B: 2-Day Main Summit + Seminars & Site Tours (Most Value) Super Early Bird Fee (Ifpaymentsand registrations are received by 18 Jun 2019) Early Bird Fee (Ifpaymentsand registrations are received by 16 Jul 2019) Final Early Bird Fee (Ifpaymentsand registrations are received by 13 Aug 2019) Regular Fee Summit Packages SUMMIT FEES INDUSTRY PROFESSIONALS 4 WAYS TO REGISTER Email: admissions@claridenglobal.com Fax: +65 6567 4328 Call: +65 6899 5030 Website: www.claridenglobal.com FOR OFFICIAL USE FEE RECEIVED REFERENCE L19068/LH/JZ PAYMENT METHODS HOW TO REGISTER AND PAY ACCOMMODATION Accommodation is not included in the program fee but you will be entitled to use our corporate rate for your accommodation.

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Four Seasons Hotel Singapore 4 – 6 September 2019 190 Orchard Boulevard, Singapore 248646 Tel: +65 6734 1110 Website: https://www.fourseasons.com/singapore/ SUMMIT VENUE AND ACCOMMODATION INFORMATION BY CHEQUE / BANK DRAFT : Made payable to CLARIDEN GLOBAL PTE LTD and mail to: 3 International Business Park, #04-29, Nordic European Centre, Singapore 609927. BY TELEGRAPHIC TRANSFER TO: Bank Name: DBS BANK Bank Branch code: 027 Bank Address: 6 Shenton Way, DBS Building, Singapore 068809 Bank Account No: 027-903583-8 Bank Account name: Clariden Global Pte Ltd SWIFT Code: DBSSSGSG Please note that all bank charges are to be borne by participants.

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