Innoventures Education recently hosted the prestigious Cambridge Schools Conference at its Raffles International School Dubai campus.
The event was the largest ever Cambridge conference and saw over 400 educators from 41 countries in attendance.
The UK Exam body chose to theme the event 'Education Fit for the Future, Planning for a Changing World,' and focused on improving leadership, teaching, assessment and learning spaces for a better future.
Key topics at the conference included: leadership and student engagement, the employment of new technologies to support student learning, and how to create confident, responsible, reflective, innovative and engaged students.
Poonam Bhojani, CEO Innoventures Education told the press, "we are delighted to host one of the most prestigious educator conferences at Raffles International School in Dubai. We are pleased that renowned educators Dr. Veronica Boix-Mansilla Steering Committee member at Project Zero, Harvard Graduate School of Education, Professor Gordon Stobart of University College London and Mr. Tony Little, former Headmaster of Eton College,could be present to interact with participants."
"In today's fast changing world, the theme of the conference 'Education fit for the future - Planning for a changing world' is highly relevant. Innovation and creativity are key for an effective and holistic education that enables thinking outside the box and we are proud to embrace this vision in the UAE."