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The Covid-19 pandemic has compelled many businesses to re-evaluate how they work and embrace new ways of doing things, and this year’s annual EduTech Africa event was no exception as it was held virtually for the first time.
EduTech Africa is a combined conference and exhibition, and this year Juan Visser, Regional Director, Sub-Saharan Africa,Cambridge International, participated in a panel discussion under the topic ‘Beyond the classroom: how to support learners and parents through changes and challenging times in education’. Juan and his fellow panellists offered guidance on how parents, learners and schools can navigate the challenges of continuing learning outside of the classroom. He was joined by Nan Lutz, Director, Mindfulness Africa and Dominique Hsuan, Chief Executive, BrightSparkz Tutors.
Cambridge International has been participating in the exhibition, which is normally held in Johannesburg, South Africa, for several years. This year’s event was held over three days from 13 to 15 October and was attended by educators, organisations, and stakeholders in the education industry from all over Africa and beyond the continent. It was attended by over 2000 delegates.