AEF is born out of the desire to empower educators
The Africa Educational Management and Leadership Forum, a front line educational conference in Africa, will this July, bring together some of the best minds in and outside the education space, both in and outside Africa, to discuss possible solutions to leapfrogging the educational system on the continent.
Top education experts that are expected to speak at the forum include Dr. Aderemi Oladele, Senior Research Officer, Permanent Delegation of Nigeria to United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization, UNESCO and Founder and Lead Analyst, 3psmars International who will be delivering the Keynote Address from Paris, France; Ms. Abra Stoakley, Head of School/CEO, Grange School, Lagos; Mrs. Adetokunbo Matilukuro, Head of School, Corona School Lekki; Mrs. Okeyinfu Ajayi, ED, Busy Mind Centre, and Soundview Consulting.
Other notable speakers include Ms. RonkePosh Adeniyi, Director, Le Poshe School, Ikoyi; Mrs. Esther Muchiri-Wamai, Special Needs Education Expert, Kenya Community Learning Centre; Mr. Johnson Abbaly, President, Achievers Consortium International and Founder, Successor Generation Community; Mr. Adeleke Adesina, Director, The Rock Empire Group of Schools.
The Africa Educational Management and Leadership Forum, an initiative of The Asuquo, a leading Education and Children Development Hub in Africa, is convened in partnership with Loveland School, Lekki, Lagos.
Panelists at the Forum are Ify Obidi-Essien, Founder, The Tech-Savvy Teacher International, CEO, Edulead Concept; Hilda Adamatie – Head Teacher/Co-Director, Spring Lake School, Lekki, Co-Founder, Cool Teachers Nigeria; Gospel Obele, R &D Economist and Founder, Streetnomics and Omozino Eguh, Behavioural Scientist and Founder Yudimy.
“AEF is borne out of our desire to see educators fully equipped to perform their important role as shapers of destinies and builders of the next generations.
We understand that Management and Leadership are core competencies needed to drive advancement in any sector, hence we have made these two critical elements our chief focal points for the conference starting July 17, 2020 across digital platforms”, Emmanuel Asuquo, the conference Convener noted.
The Forum has on it’s large focus area the vision of Inventing the Tomorrow of Education through efficient Management skills and Processes; engineered by Collaboration and globally focus and relevant Policies; to ensure the creation of meaningful knowledge exchange and collaborations.
Heads of Schools, Top and Mid-level Executives of schools, School Supervisors, Administrators, Academic Coordinators, Curriculum Developers, Policy Makers, teachers.
Objectives of the Forum:
The objectives of the forum is summed in the acronym – BLICOP
🎯Best Practices – initiate and execute an avenue to institutionalise best practices in education in Africa as obtainable in advanced countries across the globe – with emphasis on Learning Models, Technologies, Manpower hire, retention and development.
🎯Leadership and Management Development – build considerable and effective management and leadership skills in the frontline actors and school executives
🎯Instituional Growth – share workable and tested methodologies for school growth and attainment of a world class school goals.
🎯Collaboration – serve as a community for fostering collaboration and idea sharing for the betterment of the educational ecosystem in Africa
🎯Policies – Deliberate on best policies that could serve as a catalyst for rapid development and also become a melting point for policies makers and executors.