The purpose of this summit is to inform participants about the new educational approaches and technological innovations and to ensure that there are various workshops on these topics. This summit which unites both business and media together, is the first and only of its kind in Turkey. It aims to be the source of inspiration for participants to enhance their productivity and creativity.
2 March 2019
Radisson Blu Hotel, Şişli
Rose Luckin is Professor of Learner Centred Design at UCL Knowledge Lab in London. Rose is also Director of EDUCATE: a London hub for Educational Technology StartUps, researchers and educators to work together on the development of evidence-informed Educational Technology.
Faruk Eczacıbaşı is the President of the Turkish Informatics Foundation (TBV) which he co-founded in 1995 to assist in Turkey’s transformation to an information society. In this role, he is contributing to the preparation of numerous studies on related issues as well as shaping of the policies regarding this issue.
Professor Harry Daniels is Professor of Education at Oxford University. He has directed more than 40 research projects funded by ESRC, various central and local government sources, The Lottery, The Nuffield Foundation and the EU.
Prof. Dr. Karadeniz has research interest in digital citizenship, computational thinking, blended learning and technology integration into education. She served as consultant and researcher on national and international projects for Scientific Research Council of Turkey, Ministry of National Education, UNICEF and European Union.
Prof. Soner Yıldırım has been an international expert in instructional technology projects at various international foundations. He has involved in World Bank since 1988, European Council in Strasbourg between 2002-2006, and in various projects of European Union Education Foundation since 2004.
In 1995, his career started as a journalist in an editorial service while he was working in the founding team at Posta. Until 1996, he was the editor of Science-Tech page.
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