Bilal Kathrada, special guest speaker at Education @CTIVIST Conference 2016 - From Chalk to Click.

January 27, 2016

CompuKids is proud to announce that our CEO, Bilal Kathrada will be the special guest speaker at the Education @CTIVIST Conference 2016 -From Chalk to Click.


CompuKids CEO, Bilal Kathrada, special guest speaker at the Education @CTIVIST Conference 2016 – From Chalk to Click

From naked revolutionaries, to gamification, to the drug every school should prescribe, to fascinating insights into the human brain – these are some of the topics that will be covered at the first ever Education @CTIVIST Conference 2016. There’s no better way to start the year than to get inspired by amazing insights, and exciting presentations on how technology and new approaches can impact how we teach.

You’re invited to be part of @CTIVIST 2016, as teachers from around the country join together to learn and share how we can make a difference in how we teach. This half-day conference will feature sessions that explore how we can be effective with our use of technology. Come along and hear talks on how to easily implement technology in the classroom, how to gamify your classroom, and our special guest speaker – Bilal Kathrada (CompuKids) who will speak on “Creative Geniuses: Leveraging Technology to Unlock Creativity in Kids”.

This is not only an amazing opportunity to learn new things, but a unique opportunity to network with other teachers who are also passionate about teaching and looking for new ways to approach a new future.
What: Education @CTIVIST Conference 2016 -From Chalk to Click
Where: Thomas More College, Kloof
When: Saturday, 13 Feb 2016 – 8h00-13h00
Why: Because “Teachers can change lives with just the right mix of chalk and challenges” (J. Meyer)
Cost: Free for all teachers from schools enrolled on the @CTIVATED Classroom Program. Non-member attendee cost is R1000.
Bring your laptop, tablet or smartphone with you because you’re going to be @ctively involved!

*NB: There are only 100 spaces at the conference. Click here to book your spot now! *

Article originally published on Teachernology.


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