ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
Power Up! Empowering Gamechangers in Education
Leaps of Knowledge: Power Up! celebrates the culmination of efforts throughout the year and sets out to higher heights. Through the tools and efforts invested into advancing 21st century education thus far, Power Up! focuses on empowering teachers to continue raising the bar in education by doing things differently.
In line with FrogPlay’s gamified-learning approach, Power Up! represents teachers and students continually developing themselves to be more, and do more.
7.00-8.00 AM Registration
9.00-11.00 AM Opening Ceremony | Keynote
11.00-1.00 PM POWER UP! WorkshopS + CARNIVAL
1.00-2.30 PM Lunch
2.30-4.30 PM POWER UP! WorkshopS + CARNIVAL
4.30-5.30 PM Closing
KIRAN BIR SETHI
Kiran Bir Sethi is the Founder/Director of The Riverside School in Ahmedabad, India. She is also the founder of 'aProCh'—an initiative to make our cities more child friendly, for which she was awarded the Ashoka Fellow in 2008. In 2009, she founded 'Design for Change' (DFC) - the world's largest movement of change - of and by children. “Design for Change” is movement with the goal of getting children to drive change in their communities by unleashing their “I can superpower.” The movement to encourage youth volunteerism, which has since spread to more than 300,000 children in 35 countries, is based on a simple but revolutionary model: It asks kids to feel any problem that bothers them, imagine a way to make it better, do an act of change, and share their story of change with the world. DFC is now in 61 countries—impacting over 2.2 million children and 65,000 Teachers.
CHERYL ANN FERNANDO
Cheryl is currently the Country Director of Global School Leaders Malaysia, a non profit focused on providing leadership training and coaching for school principals. To date, GSL Malaysia is working with 24 government schools in the Klang Valley , guiding school principals on organisational management to curriculum implementation. Her work as a Teach for Malaysia fellow inspired the movie ‘Adiwiraku’ (My Superheroes), based on her teaching experiences in the school. Adiwiraku is one of the first few education related movies in Malaysia. Cheryl also published a book on her teaching experience and her ideas for the education system in Malaysia called 'T for Teacher'. Cheryl was also recently selected to be part of the National Committee for Education Policy review by the Ministry of Education.
Frequently Asked questions
+ WHERE CAN I PURCHASE TICKETS?
Tickets can be purchased at www.leapsofknowledge.com or https://leapsofknowledgenov2018.peatix.com. Payments can be made via online transaction through PayPal, Visa OR MasterCard.
+ Do I need a Peatix account to buy a ticket?
Yes but don’t worry, signing up is easy. All you have to do is register with your email address!
+ How will I receive my ticket?
Once payment has been made, your ticket will be sent to your email. You can view your Leaps Of Knowledge ticket and details of the event in your inbox or view it on the Peatix site by clicking on MY TICKET.
+ What type of tickets are there?
- ‘Early Bird’ ticket- a promotional ticket which costs RM60 per person. This promotion ends on 31 October 2018.
- Bring A Friend (1+1) ticket- a promotional ticket which costs RM180 for 2 people (RM90/person). Purchase this ticket for two people at the same time to enjoy this promo.
- Normal priced tickets are RM 130 per person. Tickets sales ends on 31st March 2018.
+ WHAT TIME DOES THE EVENT START?
Registration begins at 7.00am and closes at 8.30am. The Conference will end at 5:30pm.
+ WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS EVENT?
This conference is open to all teachers, parents and educators.
+ WHAT IS THE DRESS CODE?
The dress code for the conference is smart casual
+ IS FOOD PROVIDED AT THE CONFERENCE?
Lunch will be provided
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183, Bukit Bintang Street, Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur