SSE Russia attended "Time for Education" forum
Stockholm School of Economics in Russia attended the first international forum "Time for Education" organized by the Ministry of Education of the Russian Federation with support of the Government of the Moscow Region. The event took place on August 27, 2021 in Krasnogorsk, Moscow Region, and was held live as well as online.
The forum brought together heads of federal authorities and heads of regions with both experts in different fields of education development and active parent community. Different speakers participated in the event: such as Sergey Kravtsov, Minister of Education of the Russian Federation; Maksut Shadaev, Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation; Andrey Vorobyov, Governor of the Moscow Region; Vladimir Uzun, President of the Enlightenment Management Company; Elena Bunina, General Director of Yandex in Russia; Boris Dobrodeev, General Director of Mail.ru Group; Alexa Joyce, Director of Digital Transformation and Skills Development of Microsoft; and others.
The main mission of the Forum was to demonstrate trends, technologies and the current key stages of education system development, including issues with digital opportunities in the educational environment. The business line-up presented four main platforms: Transformation of Educational Management, New Age Pedagogy, Family in a Changing World, and The Lesson in a Modern School to discuss the 18 stated topics.
Problems and main trends in the transformation of various areas of human activity, real cases from various areas of human activity and the main effects, which digitalisation has brought, were discussed at the plenary session "Man in a Changing World: The View from the World Community".
The panel included such experts as Dorothy Gordon, Chair of the Inter-governmental Council of UNESCO's Information For All Program, Tigran Schmis, Social Programs Sector Coordinator, World Bank Education Project Manager, Marjo Kyllönen, Head of Development Unit, Educationdivision, in the City of Helsinki, Steve King, Senior Education Advisor: Central Asia and the Caucasus at Cambridge Partnership for Education, and on behalf of the Stockholm School of Economics Vsevolod Krylov, Development Director of SSE Russia.
"Despite all the technological advances and overall complexity of the world, we are losing the most important thing - the ability to communicate with each other. Where does this lead to? In Sweden, 40% of the adult population lives alone. The same is happening all over the world. It has become easier and more convenient for a lot of people to immerse themselves in the digital world. We're increasingly facing the problem of not being able to communicate with each other. So, at the Stockholm School of Economics in Russia, we focus on communication and the ability to analyze the flows of information coming from the outside world. And I see this as the challenge of education in the digital world," Vsevolod Krylov noted in his speech.
During the session, the best Russian and foreign practices of educational transformation were presented, which involved all levels of studying - from pre-school to further professional education. Each experience is unique in its own way and worthy of further scaling.
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