International Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology (iCTLT 2014)


The International Conference on Teaching and Learning with Technology (iCTLT) 2014 is jointly organised by the Ministry of Education (MOE) and the Academy of Principals, Singapore (APS). It is held from 7 to 10 April at the Suntec Singapore International Convention and Exhibition Centre. Mr Heng Swee Keat, Minister for Education, is the guest of honour for the Opening Ceremony on 9 April.

The theme for iCTLT 2014 is, “Enhance Pedagogy, Engage Learners, Enable Action and Empower You”. Conference delegates will be engaged in discussion on different aspects of the conference theme.

More than 1,500 local and overseas delegates are expected at the conference. Participants include school leaders, educators, academics, researchers and classroom practitioners, as well as industry leaders. iCTLT 2014 serves to connect educators from various countries as they collaborate and explore possibilities in the use of ICT to create an engaging and effective education for our 21st century students.

Programme Highlights

Renowned speakers — including Dr Yong Zhao, an internationally known scholar and author, and Mr Aaron Sams, the co-author of Flip Your Classroom — Reach Every Student in Every Class Every Day and a founding member of the Flipped Learning Network — as well as a diverse group of academics, school leaders, teachers and industry partners will share their insights and knowledge on the use of technology in education. Presentations include pedagogies for the 21st century student; innovative and emerging technology learning environments for teaching and learning; and ICT leadership to bring about pedagogical changes in schools.

The School Leaders’ Track and UpClose sessions with keynote speakers are two special platforms to empower the education fraternity. Another highlight is a student-led panel discussion, Students’ Voice — Hear IT from Our Students. Participants can engage students from three Singapore schools, Fuhua Primary School, Ping Yi Secondary School and Innova Junior College. Together with an Australian school, Parramatta Marist High School, students will share their views on the pervasive presence of technology in school and in their lives.

EdTech SparkPlug is the newest platform in the iCTLT resource exhibition for educators to learn how the latest educational technology can enhance teaching and learning. Featuring an exciting line-up of innovative educational technologies, presenters will bring participants the brightest spark that will help make a difference to maximise every student’s learning.

In addition to the main conference, participants, presenters and speakers can interact and exchange ideas, resources and strategies for effective ICT implementation through online learning communities, against a backdrop of emerging trends of educational technology.

iCTLT 2014 is supported by Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore, National Institute of Education, Singapore Tourism Board, and the Singapore Exhibition and Convention Bureau.

For more information on iCTLT 2014, please visit the conference website.