Pathways Gurgaon Student Wins Accolades at the iNET Conference

iNet   which stands for the “International Networking for educational transformation” is an international net work of schools, organisations and individuals who are committed to transforming learning through innovation .

The topic for their latest student conference is “What skills and specific abilities or competences are needed by global child entrepreneurs who are able to pursue their own ideas, take risks and follow their global ambitions?”

The objective of this conference is to create an opportunity to discuss students as global entrepreneurs and to make international connections. Through the conferences educators can discuss their understanding of global entrepreneurship, how it fits into 21st century schooling and generates ideas for teaching and learning strategies. Students can enhance their citizenship and communication skills by talking to young people from around the world about global enterprise and how it can impact on what and how they learn.

The movie entry made by Parth Ahluwalia of Grade 6 for this conference has been greatly appreciated by the iNet team and will be published in their forthcoming online issue.


Conference  dates are 14–21 February 2011
Deadline for submission : 24 January 2011

Article By: Ms. Dimpu Sharma
Middle School
Pathways School, Gurgaon

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Published in: on February 7, 2011 at 11:09 am  Leave a Comment  

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