SCHEDULE

October 9th : Act Together

Join us from October 5th to October 9th, at the inspirED 2020 conference. Three tracks with sessions run in parallel at the same time. You can choose sessions as per your liking and preference. These will be available for viewing through Facebook live or YouTube live. You can choose either option. Hover over each session to access the link that will take you to the session. Links will be activated one day before the conference. Attendees will receive an inspirED 2020 certificate for participation in each session.

* The session details will be updated upon confirmation.

Opening

2:00 PM to 2:30 PM

Moral Leadership for Imperfect Times, Jacqueline Novogratz in conversation with Shaheen Mistri

Session description:

Being a leader is not easy. Especially in this imperfect world where wrong or right often lies in a grey area, how does one know that their decisions as a leader are sound? What does it take to be a leader who inspires others to do good and serve as a role model for all? Let us explore this and Jacqueline Novogratz's extraordinary journey in a conversation with Shaheen Mistri.

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Shaheen Mistri, Jacqueline Novogratz

Keynote speech

2:35 PM to 2:55 PM

The future of jobs and the reimagined role of education

Pramath Sinha

Session description:

Education does not translate to employability. A majority of employers are dissatisfied with the graduates they hire. Practical application of skills continues to remain a gap unfilled by our current system. What do 21st Century jobs require? Will the skills students learn today be relevant in the coming future? Let's hear Dr. Pramath Raj Sinha share his opinions on the future of jobs and the reimagined role fo education.

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Keynote speech

3:00 PM to 3:20 PM

Transforming the Education System at Scale

Session description:

Join Samyukta and Sairaj as they engage in a conversation with Ashish Dhawan about what it takes to transform the education system at scale, his vision for Indian education system and the NEP2020.

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Ashish Dhawan, Sanmyukta Shinde, Sairaj Sagaram

Keynote speech

3:25 PM to 3:55 PM

Never waste a good crisis

Session description:

When a crisis throws a googly at you, you need to focus and take the catch.The present pandemic begs a few questions from educators, "How do we make education relevant and meaningful? Is what we are doing online an education? What should we change, ourselves, the classroom transaction, assessment parameters? " The interaction will raise questions in search of answers.

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Dr. Annie Koshi

Keynote speech

4:00 PM to 4:30 PM

Education in the new world

Session description:

This is a conversation between Mr.Bill and Ms.Rutuja on the relevance and role of education in the new world. Through the Q&A session, the topic of change makers will also be explored.

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Bill Drayton, Rutuja

Session

4:30 PM to 4:50 PM

The Happiness Curriculum - Reimagining Education towards Wellbeing: A Delhi Government Initiative

Vishal Talreja

Session description:

In this session, Vishal Talreja (Co-founder of Dream a Dream) will share more about the Happiness initiative, experiences and insights that are coming from the ground. The invitation is to reimagine the purpose of education and how schools and learnings ecosystems can be transformative for all children with well-being as an agency.

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Session

4:50 PM to 5:05 PM

Community and Diversity

Nedgine Paul

Session description:

In this session, Nedgine will discuss what the Anseye Pou Ayiti team has learned from keeping equity at the core and at the center of their movement for educational justice in Haiti. She will focus on the "who" component of promoting equity in education (instead of just the "what" and the "how"), as well as the teaching strategies and community-centered priorities that have facilitated Anseye Pou Ayiti's impact across our partner communities in Haiti.

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Session

5:10 PM to 5:25 PM

Building Early Warning System For Identifying & Predicting Child Adversity For Timely Intervention

Anurag Kundu

Session description:

The session delves into how different governments or large systems can, at scale, identify the specific children who may be in adverse conditions and intervene timely to mitigate the risks posed by that adversity. This may include medical conditions, bullying at school, parents' medical conditions/death, child labour, marriage, etc.

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Panel discussion

5:25 PM to 6:00 PM

Spotlight on NEP: Constitutional Values and the Launch of the India & I Curriculum

Session description:

The panel will deep dive into understanding the constitutional values - liberty, equality, fraternity and justice and their importance in building responsible citizens for a better India.

Anu Aga, Amitabh Kant, Shaheen Mistri, Aaran Patel, Priyanka Patil

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Call to action

6:00 PM to 6:10 PM

A collective call to action

Session description:

Come hear from Wendy Kopp, the Founder of Teach For America and CEO of Teach For all, as she shares inspiration from the network, and implores us to think of collective action.

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Wendy Kopp, Abhik Bhattacherji

Closing

6:15 PM to 6:35 PM

White paper launch

Session description:

In this closing session of the conference, we will launch the White Papers. We will have a panel discussion to understand the purpose of the White Papers, the key stakeholders required to bring this dream alive, and the White Paper will enable them in achieving this

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Nisaba Godrej, Kiran Sethi, Sandeep Rai,

Kumar Shailabh

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