Transforming Education to Build a Future-Ready Workforce

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Registration ends on 14 April 2024 (Sunday)

Transforming Education to Build a Future-Ready Workforce
CPCE Centre for Pedagogic Research
19-20 April 2024 (Friday-Saturday)
PolyU Hung Hom Bay Campus, 8 Hung Lok Road, Hung Hom, Kowloon.

Conference Theme
Transforming Education to Build a Future-Ready Workforce


  1. AI and Edtech for Transforming Learning, Teaching and Assessment in Higher Education
  2. Preparing Students and Graduates for the AI Era
  3. Digital Literacy for Teacher Professional Development

Conference Aim
The bloom of educational technology, especially the rapid development of generative AI, has had immense impacts on higher education. While we are still observing how AI and edtech affect educators and students in the long run, it is exciting to witness how technologies are shaping education and preparing future-ready graduates. In light of this, the CPCECPR Conference 2024 timely presents an opportunity for researchers and educators to engage in discussions about pedagogic research, graduate employability, and the potential of artificial intelligence and education technology. At the Conference, aside from talks delivered by keynote and plenary speakers, we will engage in dialogues with industry partners and peers, and provide an arena for CPCE students and research personnel to showcase their research achievements in the form of poster presentations.
Our conference this year aims to be a catalyst for innovation and a beacon in the new landscape of higher education. We look forward to sharing ideas and experiences of partners from both the academic and the professional worlds, and we welcome you to join us to enrich our dialogue and experience.

Who Should Attend CPCECPR Conference
The CPCECPR Conference 2024 is a must-attend event for a diverse range of participants invested in the future of education. This conference will benefit:

  1. Academics and Researchers: Scholars and investigators in the fields of educational technology, pedagogy, and higher education will find cutting-edge insights and research opportunities.
  2. Educators and Teachers: Professionals involved in teaching and learning at all levels can gain invaluable knowledge on the latest AI tools and techniques for classroom engagement, curriculum development, and student assessment.
  3. Secondary School Teachers: Secondary school teaching peers can discover innovative pedagogical strategies and update assessment techniques, aside from enhancing their digital literacy through conference presentations and keynote speeches. Insights from higher education and industrial partners c an also enable teachers t o understand institutions’ and employers’ expectations of graduates, helping them to guide students in their studies and career planning.
  4. Education Policy Makers: Those responsible for shaping the educational policies will find the discussions on the impact of AI and edtech on learning and teaching crucial for decision-making.
  5. Industry Experts: Representatives from tech companies and educational institutions can explore partnerships, understand academic perspectives, and contribute to conversations that bridge the gap between industry innovations and academic applications.
  6. Higher Education Students: Undergraduate and postgraduate students pursuing studies in education, technology, and related fields will have the opportunity to learn from experts, present their research, and network with seasoned professionals.
  7. Secondary School Students: The Conference will provide opportunities for secondary students to witness research in action, engage with advanced concepts in higher education and develop critical thinking through participating in discussions on the future of education and the role of technology. They may also expand their networks with their peers and senior students from tertiary institutions, in addition to scholars and experts from various disciplinary fields and industries.
  8. Graduate Employability Advisors: Career advisors and employability specialists will gain insights into the competencies required for graduates in the AI era, helping them to better prepare the workforce of tomorrow.

The CPCECPR Conference Organising Committee wishes to thank the PolyU SPEED Alumni Association (SAA) for their support of our Conference.