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01 March, 2024

Vietnam attracts the world’s best teachers to explore the future of education

Vietnam attracts the world’s best teachers to explore the future of education-Vietnam attracts the worlds best teachers to explore the future of education-NAE teacher conference 2024 2
Vietnam will host the most outstanding minds in education, at a global Nord Anglia Education conference in Hanoi.

In March, more than 200 international educators from 15 countries around the globe will descend on Hanoi to innovate, problem solve and brainstorm at one of the world’s largest academic conferences. 

Hosted by Nord Anglia Education schools, the British Vietnamese International School Hanoi and the British International School Hanoi, world-leading education experts will discuss the exciting future of education, including how to enhance the educational journey using AI in education.

Vietnam attracts the world’s best teachers to explore the future of education-Vietnam attracts the worlds best teachers to explore the future of education
Paul Holyome, Principal at the British Vietnamese International School Hanoi (BVIS Hanoi) said a Nord Anglia Education conference is unlike any other learning and teaching conference in the world.

Nord Anglia Education is known for its disruptive nature in the education industry. Our schools are not only exciting places for students to learn in, but also for educators to push boundaries and flourish,” said Paul.

“Just like all Nord Anglia Education schools, at BVIS Hanoi, we think differently. We take risks. We innovate. We encourage and inspire each other to achieve more for our students. We have a common language, goals and values. This event will create opportunities for our leading academics to return to the classroom energised, to pursue new ideas and cutting-edge research.”

Principal from the British International School Hanoi (BIS Hanoi), Richard Vaughan emphasised the importance of global learning and teaching collaborations, to ensure children continue to experience an outstanding education that prepares them to thrive in life.

“In the classroom, we know that teachers can work in isolation, and collaborations become much more of a shared experience. Our conference inspires our educational leaders to share the best of themselves - which captures the best of others - to continue to provide a transformative experience for our students,” Richard said.

“At this conference, BIS Hanoi teachers will be focusing on innovation in education with colleagues from our sister schools, which is a powerful topic to highlight during an educational revolution.”

Special guest, Nord Anglia Education Chief Education Officer Dr Elise Ecoff will also join from the United Kingdom, to share pioneering developments in Nord Anglia-led digital research and advancements, and AI in education – how they’ll all work together to create an enriching foundation for children in Vietnam.

Other guest education innovators will meet with parents, students and the wider Hanoi community to share best practice, exciting new research and innovation in education.