The Asian Conference on Technology in the Classroom 2012
The Ramada Osaka, Osaka, Japan
The International Academic Forum in conjunction with its global partners is proud to announce the Second Annual Asian Conference on Technology, to be held from April 26-28 2012, at the Ramada Osaka, Osaka, Japan.
The conference theme is “Learning, Culture and Society: What role can technology play?”.
Classrooms are complicated places and have to address a lot of demands. Learning, classroom management, evaluation and assessment, socialization, are just a few of these demands. Fortunately, many classrooms today have access to resources never before available. How do these technological resources affect classrooms positively? How can we bring technological resources to classrooms that currently do not have them? How can we look forward and see how technology and classrooms working together will develop and blossom in the future? In this age of technological innovation, ACTC 2012 will reach across academic levels to look at the role of technology and its impact on the classroom. It combines the use of new technologies with some new ideas on these issues.
ACTC 2012 will attract a diverse group of teachers, researchers, practitioners and scholars who are engaged in the singular goal of meeting students’ educational needs, as students can learn about crucial issues and become familiar with web-based learning and the other information technology tools. The use of technology in the classroom represents a significant departure from traditional teaching methods, conducting research, assessing student performance and assurance of learning. Moreover, it creates a user friendly and economically viable environment conducive to learning in any corner in the world where access to technology exists.