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Minister Of Education Attends Education World Forum


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Thursday, 24 January 2019, London, The United Kingdom  - ‘What we should do with what we know : Developing education policy for implementation, impact and exponential success’ - This is the theme of the 2019 Education World Forum that has just closed its proceedings here today. At this world’s largest gathering of education and skills ministers, Brunei was represented by Yang Berhormat Dato Seri Setia Awang Haji Hamzah bin Haji Sulaiman, the Minister of Education and Yang Mulia Dr Shamsiah Zuraini Kanchanawati binti Haji Tajuddin, the Permanent Secretary for Core Education. 


The Rt Hon Damian Hinds, Secretary of State for Education, UK opened the forum with a plenary session. The Brunei delegation was in attendance for the 3-day event from 21 to 23 January 2019. 1,263 delegates from 95 countries including Malaysia, Vietnam, Myanmar and Pakistan attended this event to debate future education policies. Three days of insight and inspiration from pioneers, policy-makers and experts including sessions led by education ministers themselves as part of an honest assessment of education’s common issues and challenges, ensured a productive and invigorating experience. Andreas Schleicher, Director of Education and Skills, OECD, Samer Al-Samarrai, Senior Economist in the Education Global Practice, World Bank and Stefania Giannin, Assistant Director-General for Education, UNESCO were among some of the notable speakers. Ministerial dialogues and working sessions were also part of the programme of this year’s forum. The forum is supported by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the Department for Education, The Department for International Trade, the Department for  InternationalDevelopment, the British Council and industry partners. 


Following on from this forum, the Brunei delegation will continue with working visits to several educational institutions and schools in the UK.




Day 1:
Plenary Session - Education Fast Forward Debate Trends shaping education
How key technological, societal and economic forces can get in the way or help to move national education agendas and policy-making forward.

Keynote session 1 — Results based approaches for education
How can results based financing in education contribute to implementation, impact and success of education policy?

Keynote Session 2 — Opening up access to education
Policy making for access – rationale, what works and how it’s being achieved. Practical examples of challenge, policies adopted and evidence of impact including addressing issues associated with gender, poverty, equity and reach

Keynote Session 3 — Engaging teachers, families, students and communities for effective implementation
Access is necessary but not sufficient. People’s engagement and use is required. Engagement and use depends on, among other things, perceived quality and relevance. Policies to encourage engagement, use and value will be addressed alongside alignment with personal fulfillment, citizenship and employment.

Day 2: Tuesday, 22 January 2019

Keynote Session 4 — Interpreting evidence, forming policy and adjusting implementation
Acting on evidence is important but not an automatic or universal good. Poor data use can lead to unintended consequences, wise use should ensure benefits reach intended audiences and target areas.

Keynote Session 5 — Life Long Learning and Life Wide Learning
Opportunities in employment and enterprise change rapidly, and the challenges of life outside work alter just as quickly, life wide and lifelong personal development is ever more critical for success and happiness. This session will address strategies, policies and implementation of lifelong and life-wide learning, and their potential and impact on society.


Hari Khamis, 24 Januari 2019, London, The United Kingdom  - ‘What we should do with what we know : Developing education policy for implementation, impact and exponential success’ adalahtema bagi  2019 Education World Forum yang baharu sahaja menutup tirainya di London pada hari ini. Di perhimpunan terbesar dunia bagi menteri-menteri pendidikan dan kemahiran ini, Negara Brunei Darussalam diwakili oleh Yang Berhormat Dato Seri Setia Awang Haji Hamzah bin Haji SulaimanMenteri Pendidikan dan Yang Mulia Dr Shamsiah Zuraini Kanchanawati binti Haji TajuddinSetiausaha Tetap (Pendidikan Teras), Kementerian Pendidikan


Forum pendidikan dunia ini telah dirasmikan oleh The RtHon Damian Hinds, Secretary of State for Education, UK dengan satu sesi plenariDelegasi Negara Brunei Darussalam menghadiri forum tiga hari ini bermula 21 sehingga 23 Januari 2019. Seramai 1,263 delegasi dari 95 buah negara termasuk Malaysia, Vietnam, Myanmar dan Pakistan menghadiri Forum ini bagi mendebatkan dasar dan juga masa hadapan pendidikanSelama tiga hari pelbagai pandangan dan inspirasi dari perintispenggubal dasar dan pakar termasuk sesi-sesi yang dikepelai oleh menteri-menteri pendidikan sendiri sebagai sebahagian dari penilaian tulus terhadap isu-isu dan cabaran bersama dalam pendidikanmemastikan pengalaman yang produktif dan membuka mindaAndreas Schleicher, Pengarah Pendidikan dan Kemahiran (Director of Education and Skills), OECD; Samer Al-SamarraiEkonomis Kanan (Senior Economist) dalam Amalan Pendidikan Global, Bank Dunia (World Bank) dan Stefania GianninPenolong Ketua Pengarah Pendidikan, UNESCO adalah di antara penyampai ucap tama yang hadir pada forum kali ini. Dialog menteri-menteri dan working sessions juga merupakan program forum pada tahun iniForum ini disokong oleh the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, the Department for Education, The Department for International Trade, the Department for  International Development, the British Council dan rakan industri


Menyusul dari forum inidelegasi Negara Brunei Darussalam akan turut mengadakan lawatan kerja ke beberapa buah sekolah dan institusi pendidikan di United Kingdom.


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