EdVision Summit

Bridging the Gap in Learning and Technology Under the Not so New Normal

March 23, 2021   |   3:00 pm - 6:00 pm (GMT +8)

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Bridging the Gap in Learning and Technology Under the Not so New Normal

Attend the summit to learn how you can better prepare students to excel in the digitalized world with a complete set of innovative solutions, supported by Lenovo, Intel vPro® platform and Microsoft. Further, we will be exploring, together with esteemed speakers, panelists and industry experts, how you can overcome the challenges schools face in transforming education and implementing new models of teaching, learning, and collaboration.

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  • 3:00 PM — 3:05 PM

    Opening Video

  • 3:05 PM — 3:10 PM

    Opening Remarks

    — Hung Chuan Khoo, Director, Education Transform and Development, Lenovo

  • 3:10 PM — 3:40 PM

    IDC FutureScape: Education 2021 Top 10 Predictions

    — Gerald Wang, Head / Associate Director, APAC, Public Sector, International Data Corp Asia Pacific Pte Ltd

    Digital learning was unprecedentedly accelerated in 2020 as the change was inevitable. However, not all growth in digital education was equitable in the Philippines. Worldwide, IDC observed the swift assimilation and adoption of digital student journeys solutions, increased administrative automation for digital campuses to meet a broader spectrum of stakeholders (i.e., beyond institutional personnel, teaching, and student groups to parents and caregivers, government officials, alumni, and campus donors), as well as strengthened digital data governance and trust resilience innovations. This acceleration in digital learning reflects concerted efforts to meet strategic education outcomes as well as efforts to preserve operational continuity in the sector as it evolves swiftly to the next digital normal.

  • 3:40 PM — 4:10 PM

    Panel Discussion 1
    Topic: Educational Transformation – Ensuring Teaching Continuity Using Today’s Technology

    — Moderator: Mike Gilmour, Deputy Principal, GEMS World Academy, Singapore
    — To be led by Hung Chuan Khoo, Director, Education Transform and Development, Lenovo
    — Co-Panelists:

    1. Sam McNeill, Education Solution Specialist, Microsoft
    2. Gerald Wang, Head / Associate Director, APAC, Public Sector, International Data Corp Asia Pacific Pte Ltd

    Technology has been a catalyst in educational transformation. The use of technology supports teachers in customizing learning instructions to make students more responsive. Technology allows 24/7 access to educational content and data, making collaboration amongst the teachers and students vital in today’s learning scenario. Become a leader in elevating learning through technology.

  • 4:10 PM — 4:30 PM

    Demo / Product Showcase

    — Harris Ming, AP Solution Services Product Manager, Lenovo
    — Panya Yattham, Solutions Pre-Sales Manager, Lenovo

  • 4:30 PM — 5:00 PM

    Panel Discussion 2
    Topic: Shifts in Classroom Education – Is Personalized Teaching and Learning the New Norm?

    — Moderator: Atima Joshi, Principal, Middleton International School
    — SG: Jennifer Norman, Instructional Technology Coach, Singapore American School
    — MY: Leonard Thum, Regional Head of Technology, ISP SEA Office, Tenby School
    — PH: Dr. Sam Chua, Dean – Graduate School, Lyceum of the Philippines University

    Adjusting from the traditional classroom to online instruction is a challenge. Are educators equipped to provide individualized teaching? What are the different approaches that educators can develop in order to engage their students and provide effective results?

  • 5:00 PM — 5:15 PM

    Best Practice Sharing

    — Mohd Fadzli Bin Ishak, Science Teacher & Head of IT Department, SK Taman Bukit Indah


  • 5:15 PM — 6:00 PM



    Blended Learning Journey in Indonesia – where are we today and what’s next?

    Blended Learning is the next normal education method for Indonesia. How are schools reflecting after a year of distance learning? What are some of the good practices of blended learning from SPK schools? What’s next advancement in blended learning and how technology plays an important role to support this journey.

    Dina Sekar Vusparatih, Indonesian Educational Program Manager, Jakarta Intercultural School


    1. Sutaningrat Puspa Dewi, Board Member, Perkumpulan Sekolah SPK Indonesia
    2. Johny Dermawan, REL Lead, Lenovo Indonesia


    From Collaborating to Active Learning: Transforming Blended Learning Into Positive and Shared Learning Experiences

    With a mix of onsite and online learning at the current situation, teachers, students, and parents now depend on innovative solutions to ensure their connections extend beyond the classroom. In this ever-changing age, does the school ready for the accelerated digital demands? Understand how the Smart Education Solutions are able to solve the great challenges of today and build a smarter tomorrow together.

    Bernard Ow, Programme Manager, Pemimpin GSL (Global School Leaders)


    1. Steven Loh, REL Lead, Lenovo Malaysia
    2. Jocelyn Gamble, Director of Digital Learning, Sri KDU International School
    3. Abdul Malib bin Ludin, Assistant Director, Skills & Technical Department, MARA


    Blended Learning and Digitalization of Education – Covid-19 and Beyond

    Blended Learning is here to stay in Singapore Education System even after Covid-19. How Blended Learning can help education innovation? What are some of the good practices and pedagogical framework In Blended Learning Institutes of Higher Learning (IHLs) in Singapore have adopted? Moving forward, How Education Digitalization becomes an important thrust for teaching & Learning Innovation are discussed in this presentation

    Kian Bee Ng, Head for Digital Learning, Nanyang Technological University (NTU), Singapore


    1. Dr. Fu Qiang,
      Deputy Director, School of Business & Services
      ITE College Central
    2. Ivan Sim, REL Lead, Lenovo
    3. Michelle Koh, Assistant Director (Technology), Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore

    Hong Kong

    The Future of 'Smarter Education'

    Blended learning is set to be the ‘new normal’ in the wake of Covid-19 pandemic, which brought face-to-face teaching to a halt. Amid class suspension over the last year, students and teachers have adopted distance learning progressively with the help of technologies. Covid-19 won’t last forever but online learning is here to stay. Not only does technology help facilitate education digitalization for ‘Smarter School’, but it also encourages technology adoption in the classroom.

    Kevin Liang, Principal of ELCHK Lutheran Secondary School & Chairperson, The Association of Hong Kong Chinese Middle Schools


    1. Veronica Yau,
      Principal of Fanling Kau Yan College & Vice-Chairperson, The Association of Hong Kong Chinese Middle Schools
    2. Lee Lap Chung,
      Principal of TMCC Holm Glad College & External Secretary, The Association of Hong Kong Chinese Middle Schools


    The Evolving Classroom of Tomorrow
    (New Digital Pedagogies; Solutions to Support Online Learning)

    21st century learners are defined as active learners than mere spectators. Learning strategies to them arise from actual experiences that allow them to carry out projects in the manner they feel is relevant to them. What are the new pedagogies that will promote such type of learning? Can educators apply this new learning and practice this new skills in different situations? Understand the innovative strategies where technology comes into play.

    Resty Collado, Innovation and Technology Support Officer, Miriam College


    1. Francis Jim Tuscano, EdTech Coordinator, Xavier School
    2. Raymond Remonquillo, REL Segment Lead, Lenovo Philippines