ApplianSys on stage at leading African Edtech conference – E-learning Africa
ApplianSys is excited to be back at the 15th eLearning Africa conference in Kigali, Rwanda, on 11th – 13th May 2022 as Gold sponsors, supporting this important educational technology event with two programmed presentations.
eLearning Africa is the largest and most comprehensive knowledge-sharing event for technology-enhanced education, training and skills on the African continent. It unites experts, practitioners, policymakers and investors committed to the future of education and training.
“ApplianSys is supporting Ministries of Education in countries across Central, Southern, Eastern and Western Africa to fix the connectivity problem for their nations’ schools” explains Niouma Gakou, Education Technology Consultant, “and this event allows us to share the lessons we have learned on the whole range of factors which they must manage for national success on the e-learning journey”.
If you are attending the event, please contact us to arrange a meeting or join our team in the sessions led by our education experts:
SCH35 Assessment solutions in schools
Thursday, May 12, 11:45 – 13:15
Participants in this session will be enlightened about the development, implementation and scale-up processes of technology-based assessment resources, learning how to manage assessment data and support student learning recovery. It will enable teachers and decision-makers to understand how using a proper assessment solution can benefit students in any environment.
Chaired by ApplianSys’ Roger Clark with speakers Alex Mahe Mukizwa from the Education Development Trust (EDT), Rwanda, and Abir Guettiti from ETS Global, The Netherlands
SCH47 Bringing the Most Transformative eLearning Capabilities within Reach for African Rural Schools
Friday, May 13, 11:45 – 13:15
Digital transformation is a distant prospect for many African schools/nations, because connectivity is inadequate, unsustainable, and not equitably available, with the risk that rural students are left behind. Consequently, national digitization initiatives are unable to harness the most transformative capabilities. This session will show you how – by fixing The Connectivity Problem – educators across Africa are unleashing the power of independent, data-driven and adaptive learning approaches early in their e-learning journey, including at the most rural schools.
Speaker is Roger Clark from ApplianSys
Event Resources for attendees:
– ApplianSys Brochure
– Videos and Case studies
– Online presentation – how caching fixes the connectivity problem