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(15 Oct 2014, 16:45)
Bene't Steinberg, Group Director of Public Affairs, Cambridge Assessment welcomes delegates in the room and those taking part via live video link in Egypt and South Africa.
Bene't Steinberg, Group Director of Public Affairs, Cambridge Assessment
(15 Oct 2014, 09:50)
Simon Lebus, Group Chief Executive, Cambridge Assessment kicks off proceedings with his opening remarks.
Simon Lebus, Group Chief Executive, Cambridge Assessment
(15 Oct 2014, 26:22)
An understanding of an international education in the context of global issues by David Smith, Economics Editor, The Sunday Times
An understanding of an international education in the context of global issues
(15 Oct 2014, 57:11)
Saul Nassé, Chief Executive, Cambridge English Language Assessment welcomes Marc Tucker, President and CEO, National Center on Education and the Economy, USA and Dr David Graddol, Director, The English Company (UK) Ltd. India also joins the conference at this point via live video link.
The Interpretation of an International Education
(15 Oct 2014, 1H05:35)
Tim Oates welcomes Isabel Nisbet, Executive Director, A Level Content Advisory Board (ALCAB), Jeremy Hodgen, Professor of Mathematics Education, King's College London and Dr Karin Zimmer, Researcher at German Institute for International Pedagogical Research.
The Importance of an International Education
(15 Oct 2014, 97:19)
Michael O'Sullivan, Chief Executive, Cambridge International Examinations welcomes Dr Stephen Spurr, Managing Director, Reddam House Europe, David Barrs, Head Teacher, Anglo European School, Dino Varkey, Group Executive Director and Board Member, GEMS Education Group and Gisella Langè, Foreign Languages Inspector, Italian Ministry of Education. Argentina and Mexico also join the conference via live video link.
The Impact of an International Education
(15 Oct 2014, 56:20)
The audience, in the room and those watching around the world via live video link and on social media, further tackle the themes of 'transcending the borders of elitism', 'teaching empathy in a classroom', 'measuring pupils' progression' and 'developing intercultural awareness' as the driving factors of an all-rounded globalised education.
Audience and speakers call for collaborative work to improve international education agenda globally and nationally.
(15 Oct 2014, 09:37)
Tim Oates, Group Director of of Assessment Research and Development, Cambridge Assessment delivers his closing remarks for the day.
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