October 12, 2020

The traditional classroom learning may no longer be feasible amid the COVID-19 pandemic forcing educators to adopt “distance learning” practices.

Doing so requires special preparation and investment among everyone involved, from schools upgrading their systems and online portals to students and teachers adopting to different modes of learning.

What lasting changes can we expect from the education sector and extra efforts from everyone involved as learning through the use of the internet becomes the norm?

Join the final session of BusinessWorld Insights Connectivity Series with the topic, “Internet, Technology and Education: Connecting Schools and Students in the New Normal”, with speakers PLM President Emmanuel Leyco, IBM Philippines President and Country General Manager Aileen Judan-Jiao, and PLDT Enterprise First Vice-President and Enterprise Revenue Group Head; and moderator  BusinessWorld Research Head Leo Uy.

Catch it LIVE and FREE this October 14 (Wednesday) at 11 a.m. on BusinessWorld’s and The Philippine STAR’s Facebook pages!

#BUSINESSWORLDINSIGHTS Connectivity Series is made possible by Tata Consultancy Services, Globe, AMTI, Dell Technologies, PLDT, Smart The Philippine STAR, and Olern; with the support of the Philippine Chamber of Telecommunications Operators, Management Association of the Philippines, Bank Marketing Association of the Philippines, British Chamber of Commerce Philippines, Financial Executives Institute of the Philippines, Philippine Association of National Advertisers, and Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry.  

See event link: Internet, Technology and Education


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