The ISTE Global Collaboration Network is proud to bring you another great webinar this month!
Title: Bridging the Education Divide via Technology
Presenter: Ella Gozie, founder, Flip Learn Kids
: Thurs. Nov. 14 at 9:30 am Nigeria/ 4:30 pm China/ 12:30 am PAC See your day/time by clicking on this linkOverview:
Join Ella Gozie
, founder of Flip Learn Kids in Nigeria, in a webinar aimed at showcasing technology and collaboration as key tools in promoting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals 4 and 5 through their social impact program-Inspire A Child. Inspire a Child is a platform used to help young girls /youths in low income and slum schools gain access to quality education irrespective of their geographical area.
Technology as an enabler has helped in bridging the gap. Collaboration and involvement of educators and professionals around the world are two of the key success factors of Inspire A Child.
Learn more about this program in the November ISTE Global Collaboration PLN webinar.Link to register
for the webinar. Please register even if you cannot attend in real time as the link to the recording will be sent out to you after the session.About our presenter
is the founder of FliplearnKid
s an Edtech company based in Nigeria which deploys learning initiatives aimed at improving classroom learning experience for kids and the skills of educators, through the use of technology. She’s also a Microsoft Innovative Educator Expert and an associate with Digital Citizenship Institute, U.S.A. Ella’s philosophy is that quality of education is the right of every child, irrespective of the parents’ economic strength. As part of her passion for promoting quality education (which is one pillar of SDGs), she runs a social impact initiative tagged Inspire a Child. It’s all about mentoring students (in public schools) on the importance of pursuing their dreams against all odds. Since inception (2016) to date, Inspire a Child has reached out to over 1,500 students from low income parents. Ella is also a TeachSDGs ambassador.