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Neven Soric

Technology Systems Coordinator, American International School of Zagreb
Mr. Neven Soric

Programme:
Educators' Conference

Biography
Neven Soric is in his eleventh year as the Technology System Coordinator at American International School of Zagreb, while he is also in his fifth year as the Central and Eastern European School association representative in World Virtual School project. Neven has degree in Business Informatics and Masters in Informational Sciences, while currently in PhD program on University of Zagreb. Over last seven years Neven has been CEESAnet project coordinator for shared moodle server and services in CEESA region.

 

Benjamin Bett

Professional Development Coordinator, Association of International Schools in Africa
Mr. Benjamin Bett

Programme:
Educators' Conference

Biography
A Kenyan, Benjamin is AISA's Professional Development Coordinator since June 2009. He also coordinates all IT related activities at AISA. Benjamin previously worked with the United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organization's (UNESCO) Programme for Education in Emergencies and Reconstruction where he was managing Teacher Training programmes modelled for delivery through relevant Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in the Horn of Africa region. He was also the head of the UNESCO sub-office in Puntland. He previously worked at the African Virtual University where he was part of a team designing and implementing Open Distance and eLearning (ODeL) programmes for higher education institutions in Sub-Saharan Africa. Prior to this he was engaged in various media and IT companies in the Kenyan private sector. His professional interests are in effective use of appropriate ICTs for education and development in Africa. He studied Electrical and Electronics Engineering and Information Technology both at undergraduate level and is currently pursuing an Msc in International Development Management at the Open University (UK). He also holds various professional certifications and has participated and presented in various international forums and conferences. Benjamin is married to Faith and are blessed with two daughters Victoria and Vanessa.

 

1-Hour Workshop

Title Effective technology infusion into the classroom - The AISA SchooLink
Programme Educators' Conference
Days Offered October 19th (14:00-15:00)
Description Is your school using Moodle as a learning management system? Infusion of technology in the classroom is a great way to improve the learning environment. Learn how your school can leverage moodle in the classroom. Share best practices and strategies that get teachers using moodle in their courses. In addition, learn how implementing moodle network trusts can enable your teachers and administrators to share resources across the AISA network through the AISA SchooLink.
Objective
  1. be conversant with the capabilities of moodle
  2. get overview of possibilities in creation of courses
  3. be informed about future plans of AISA SchooLink and World Virtual School
Target Audience Administrators and Teachers
Conference Material Session materials for download to be provided soon. Additional handouts will be provided during the session.

 

In addition, Neven will also be presenting an AISA SchooLink facilitators' post conference institute on October 20-21, 2011


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