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Event Details


Schedule Event Date: 28th - 30th September 2021

IBB Institute for the Management and Economics of Education, University of Teacher Education, Zug, Switzerland, has organized World Education Leadership Symposium (WELS), Online Conference on September 28-30, 2021, garlanded by eminent dignitaries and academicians around the globe.


WELSmain – World Education Leadership Symposium and Network (bildungsmanagement.net)


The first half day, September 28, 2021 have been dedicated on the issues related to Post COVID-19, Education and School. The program started with a mesmerising Meet and Greet Session, creating an informal virtual environment to meet each other.


Second half-day, September 29, 14.30 (12.30) CEST: Innovation for Practice. Innovation in Practice. Currently, an innovation force triggered by the Corona crisis, ‘Crisis-driven innovation’, is being given increased importance. Corona is seen as an opportunity for sustainable change in education: What innovations are advancing education policy, administration, research, and especially schools now, and how can such processes succeed?


These and other topics have been discussed and explored in depth in the parallel program on the second half-day of the symposium (in German, English and French). The half-day has begun with the Innovation Atelier (German-language), which preceded the conference. Very different innovations relating to schools and education have been presented in “one-minute pitches” and then discussed in greater depth in Group Channels.


In the second part of this half-day, starting at 3:00 p.m., the parallel program offers nearly 20 German-, English- and French-language topic strands on current issues in education, which you can dial into in Group Channels. In the Research-oriented Roundtable 2 Session, titled Inclusion, Equity and Equality in Education, Dr. Shnaoli Chakraborty Acharya, West Bengal State University, India, presented her research study on Excursion into Student-diversity: Realities and Practices of Inclusive Teaching in West Bengal State University.


She shared the virtual platform with Dr. Donnie Adams and Tan King Lok, University of Malaya Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Ioanna Georgiadou, University of Thessaly Volos, Greece and Sonia Clementina Schaefer, Humboldt Universität zu Berlin, Germany. The session have been chaired by Paula Sophie Günther, University of Teacher Education Zug, Switzerland. A short plenary summary has rounded out this day of events.


The third half day, September 30, 2021have been sequenced on the issues pertaining to Education Leadership around the World: Research and Monitoring of a Profession. The gala event have been accompanied by melodious orchestration during the intervals, which added liveliness to the academic discussions altogether. This Conference has served as a global platform to exchange ideas related to latest research issues in the Education discipline.