A guest post by Dr. Chen Dan, 5G Industry Director of the Government and Enterprise Department for China Unicom, exploring how 5G private networks represent an innovation breakthrough in education.
It’s not enough to give students devices and hope for the best. A rethinking of education needs to happen centered on personalization and developing competencies.
Technology is essential to making education inclusive and accessible to all.
A four-layer hierarchy of industry needs & how that applies to education.
Barriers exist to digital transformation and thus economic recovery & transformation in Africa. What’s the answer?
Digital technologies may be publicly available and increasingly pervasive, but are they impacting inequality?
Technology has the power to widen or close the digital divide exposed by the pandemic. That’s why innovation must focus on benefiting people.
Education is a promise from governments to citizens, from communities to families, from all of us to future generations. It’s a promise we intend to help keep.
At the TECH4ALL Summit at Huawei Connect 2020, Nadia Ahmed Abdalla, Chief Administrative Secretary, Ministry of ICT, Innovation and Youth Affairs, Kenya Government, spoke on inclusive education in Kenya.
Amazing things can happen with ICT & partnerships, including the impact that TECH4ALL projects are having on environmental conversation & inclusive education in various parts of the world. [Video]