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Technology in Hong Kong Classrooms

Of the 1,100+ schools in Hong Kong; several have a reputation as tech-rich. They are seen as the developers of technologies that support teaching, learning, and creative inquiry in schools across Asia. She will share top 10's as used at several of these tech-rich schools. These include apps, tools and services.

How to Implement Innovative Technology in Australian Classrooms

Toby Trewin will discuss how to implement innovative technology in Australian classrooms.

Technology in New Zealand Classrooms

Des Waters will discuss Technology in New Zealand Classrooms, which will include preparing schools for online assessments and reviewing a wide variety of classroom e-learning applications.

[Handout] Plagiarism Spectrum: 10 Types of Plagiarism

The "Plagiarism Spectrum" identifies 10 types of plagiarism based on findings from a worldwide survey of nearly 900 secondary and higher education instructors.


Not All Plagiarism is Created Equal

For both higher and secondary education institutions, plagiarism has become a rapidly-growing concern for their academic reputations.

Implementing an Academic Integrity Culture in Asia

The speakers from SPJIMR will share how an eminent Business School in India has implemented processes for establishing and enhancing academic integrity in its flagship, 2-year MBA program. They will discuss tools, processes and people issues involved in setting up academic integrity.