Winners of the 2nd Generation 3.0 Award to Be Announced on 3 May
In addition to presentations by the finalists, the event will also include talks by world-renowned experts (not only) on education.
On 3 May 2018 at 4:00 PM, the Generation 3.0 Award, which rewards the best innovative approaches to education, will be presented for the second time. Over the course of the afternoon, 14 finalists will come up on stage to present their projects, which are already bringing change to our education system.
Based on these TED-style presentations, the program’s expert committees will select a winner in each award category. The winners will be announced during the final awards ceremony, which will take place in the evening. You can look forward to fresh updates directly from the ceremony on our Facebook page.
Our respected speakers from abroad will make a truly interesting addition to the event. Rony Zarom from Israel will present education models in Israel, and Vicky Colbert from Colombia will talk about her Escuela Nueva project, which has received several international awards.
Find out more about our guest speakers:
Vicky Colbert has degrees in Sociology of Education and Comparative International Education from Stanford University. She is the co-creator of a world-renowned pedagogical model called Escuela Nueva, which is considered an exceptional innovation in education. She has a variety of work experience as the first Escuela Nueva National Coordinator, Director of Distance Education of Open University at Javeriana University, Colombia’s Vice-Minister of Education, and UNICEF’s Regional Education Adviser for LAC. She currently works as Director of Fundación Escuela Nueva. Vicky Colbert has received various awards, such as the Skoll Award for Social Entrepreneurship, the Clinton Global Citizenship Award, and the Kravis Leadership Award. She has received praise as an exceptional social entrepreneur from the Schwab Foundation, the World Economic Forum, Ashoka, and the World Technology Network. She is an inaugural laureate of Yidan Prize for Education Development (2017) and she also received the WISE Prize in 2013.
Rony Zarom is a well-known Israeli-American entrepreneur, investor, startup founder, and successful philanthropist. He first became known in the global business community after he sold his company Exalink to Comverse for 550 million dollars just 18 months after it was founded. Rony Zarom is also the founder and CEO of successful startups like Chatway and Newrow as well as the company Decima Ventures. He owns a majority share in Aspen Group, which specializes in highly profitable real estate projects and systems for solar energy production in Israel. In addition to being one of the most successful entrepreneurs in the technology sector, he is also a visionary and strategist, not to mention his active philanthropic efforts. He has also founded Unistream – an organization which helps thousands of Israelis from disadvantaged environments start their own business, enabling them to use their talent and hard work to secure a better future for themselves. The United Nations named Unistream the second most influential and innovative organization aimed at promoting an inclusive society. Rony Zarom has also received a presidential medal from former Israeli president Shimon Peres.
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