ICEFIL is proud to have contributed at NUFFIC expert meeting on 'Strengthening Fragile States & Quality Education for Refugees'

Den Haag , NL - 12th Nov, 2019






I am honored to be part of a team of International experts who recently published UNESCO report exploring the use of Artificial Intelligence to support teachers and teacher development: Discussion report from the International Task Force on Teachers for Education 2030’s Mobile Learning Week 2019 Strategy Lab.


This is an effort to better understand the potential role of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in education, UNESCO Mobile Learning Week 2019 was convened to focus on the role of AI and sustainable development.


As a part of this flagship event, a diverse gathering of over 40 international experts in teacher education participated in a strategy lab to explore the potential use of AI to support teachers and teacher development.


Please download our report through the link below.




Vice-President - International Centre of Excellence For Innovative Learning (ICEFIL)


Maatwerk: Switching To Teaching Summit - 

11 November, 2019.




A big appreciation to:



- New Brunswick, Canada Education Minister



- Senior representatives of Dutch Ministry of Education



- University of Applied Science Utrecht



- Ubiquity University



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