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Inspire Education Very Pleased on How Learning Is Taking a Better Turn

Educational conferences, award-giving bodies and UNESCO may be changing the way students and teachers approach learning.


Brisbane, Australia -- (SBWIRE) -- 07/13/2014 -- As early as now, preparations are being made for several 2015 conferences centered in the betterment of the educational sector. And these are not the only events taking place. Some organisations are pushing forward better educational practices through excellence awards. UNESCO is also making its contribution to the academe through the discussion of future agenda. With all of these, Inspired Education is very excited on how education will be taking a different turn in the future.

From April 30 to May, 2015, the Rihga Royal Hotel in Osaka, Japan will be welcoming the participants of The Fifth Asian Conference on Technology in the Classroom. This will be running together with the The Fifth Asian Conference on Language Learning where participants will be given access to both events. The ACTC2015 conference will be having the theme “Integrated Practices: Creating Experiences to Enhance Learning.” In here, participants are expected to discuss technological advances in conjunction with its use in education.

Education technology will also be the main topic at the next FETC conference. The FETC 2015 will be bringing together the education leaders and tech experts in one place. This will provide both parties the opportunity to discuss the integration of technology in teaching. The conference will also offer attendees the chance to learn some technological skills through a twenty-minute practical training session.

The nonprofit organisation New England Board of Higher Education on the other hand is promoting better educational practices through their excellence awards. On March 13, 2015, this will be giving out five regional awards and six merit awards at the Boston Marriot Long Wharf Hotel of Boston, Massachusetts. Meanwhile, UNESCO is looking far beyond next year. Its post-2015 agenda includes the desire for all countries to allot 4% to 6% of their GDP for educational purposes by 2030.

All of these events mean better growth and learning opportunities for both students and teachers alike. According to Jade Benny, subject specialist at Inspire Education, “Education has paved way for better job opportunities to many individuals. With teachers being given the tools they need to make it in an era where technology is the norm, they are also in fact becoming better qualified to train their students in the process. Since both technology and educational processes are ever changing, conferences help people to keep tabs on the changes made. These allow them to learn something new and be able to implement the said changes in their own practice. Thanks to organisations such as UNESCO, governments too could be enticed to take part in these efforts.”

About Inspire Education
Inspire Education is an accredited Australian education institution. It provides practical training in several areas of practice such as accounting, healthcare and business administration. For inquiries, email Jade Benny at or send her a message at her Facebook, Twitter or Google+ accounts.