Exclusive Interaction with Ecuador Ambassador and School Principals on Reimagining Sustainable Engagement and Online Learning

The development of e- learning continues to unfold more especially in this Covid crisis. The concept of effective e- learning has broadened from narrow content-led approaches to become more participative. As technologies have become “unobtrusive” and “ubiquitous” it is likely to prove more powerful in work- based and community learning

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Ambassador Lecture on Reimagining Sustainable Engagement and Online Learning with School Principals. The policy times

The development of e- learning continues to unfold more especially in this Covid crisis. The concept of effective e- learning has broadened from narrow content-led approaches to become more participative. As technologies have become “unobtrusive” and “ubiquitous” it is likely to prove more powerful in work- based and community learning.

The Policy Times in association with GD Goenka University will organize a webinar on Reimagining Sustainable Engagement and Online Learning on July 17, 2020, Friday from 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM that will bring school principals from all over India to discuss howe-learning can embed sustainability literacy and highlight best practices on how to keep students engaged through e-learning. The presence ofH.E. Mr. Hector Cueva Jacome, Ambassador of Ecuador to India and Prof. (Dr.) Tabrez Ahmad, Pro Vice Chancellor and Dean School of Law will make the show more special and interesting.

“India is currently considered a technological super-power, therefore the visions 50 years ago have changed completely. Normally in Latin American the transfer of technology needs to come from Europe, USA, Canada, Japan and Korea and India is not seen as a technology provider that is the reason he has been a bridge between Ecuador to India. Ecuador helps in agriculture, health care, IT sector and in the other hand India helps in yoga and Ayurveda and not just in exercise but to understand the philosophy and anatomy behind it” – H.E. Mr. Hector Cueva Jacome, Ambassador of Ecuador to India.

Prof. (Dr.) Tabrez Ahmad, Pro Vice Chancellor and Dean School of Law has expertise is in the area of cyber law, intellectual property rights, energy law, and jurisprudence with a background in commercial law. He has taught these subjects for nearly 20 years. He has also been into writing from the year 2015 and has written 15 books till now. He I currently working on a research project by the Ministry of law & Justice, Govt. of India through the Indian National Bar Association Entitled in “Assessing the gaps in Criminal justice delivery system and its impact in Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal,” leading the project as its Academic Coordinator.

There will be Panel of honourable Principals who will be joining the show including Mdm. Suruchi Gandhi, Principal of Bal Bharati Public School, Delhi, Dr. Anju Tandon, Principal of Bharti Mehta Vidyalaya, New Delhi, Dr. Arun Jee, Delhi Public School, Bathinda, Punjab, Mdm. Amita Gupta, Officiating Principal of The Air Force School, New Delhi, Mdm. Priyanka Mehta, Director- Principal of Sarvotaam International Noida, Dr. Michael Williams, Principal of Mount Caramel School, New Delhi, Mdm. Seema Sahay, Principal of GD Goenka Public School, Sarita Vihar, New Delhi, Mdm. Ameeta Mohan, Principal of Amity International School, Pusp Vihar, New Delhi, Mdm. Neera Sharma, DAV Public School, Punjab, Mdm. Rima C. Ailawadi, Principal of GD Goenka Public School, Model Town, Delhi, Ms. Saher M A Sayed Principal of Humdard Public School Talimabad, Sangam Vihar, New Delhi, Dr. Anupama Mishra, Principal of Sunbeam School, Mdm. Poonam Rampal, Principal of Air Force Golden Jubilee Institute, Subroto Park, Delhi, and Devlal Yadav, Principal, KALIRAM CHANDRAKAR PUBLIC SCHOOL, Dhamtari, Chattisgarh.

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The development of e- learning continues to unfold more especially in this Covid crisis. The concept of effective e- learning has broadened from narrow content-led approaches to become more participative. As technologies have become “unobtrusive” and “ubiquitous” it is likely to prove more powerful in work- based and community learning
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