An Initiative of India Didactics Association
IDA Connect Workshops at Didac India
Live Interactive Workshops (powered by India Didactics Association) are held every year with the Didac India exhibition.
IDA Connect Workshops are created keeping in mind various approaches to educational resources by end-users (teachers, trainers, faculty) to explore aspects in:
- understanding the implementation and impact of technological advancements
- curriculum changes
- inclusive environments
- sports integration, and
- Other breakthroughs, both internationally and nationally
The Workshops are conducted by prominent companies which help the educators in:
- Enhancing Teaching and Learning
- Explore aspects in using and implementing of technological advancements
- Hands-on exploration of topics
- Faculty development and technology needs
- Formulation and discussion on new initiatives
The objective is to empower educators on various advancements in the education and training sector. Every year more than 15 power-packed sessions are conducted over 3 days. The workshops are attended by teachers, trainers, senior management, academicians and professors of education institutions from all across the country.
Participation in workshops makes the visit more enriching and is also an opportunity to get certified for the workshops attended.
Prior registrations are compulsory for the Workshops as there are no fees and limited seats available.
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" It was really a nice experience to visit the exhibition & to interact with the personalities from Global Academic World. Your effort with your team in the Wonderful Leadership of your top management was really matchless. Sudarshan World appreciates all your efforts & expects a long association with you for various visionary projects."
Mr. Bhudeo Krishna Sudarshan, Executive Chairman, Sudarshan World
" It was a great experience to participate in Didac India during 19-21 September, 2017 at Mumbai. You deserve THREE CHEERS to organize such a gala event."
Dr. Manoj Kumar Saxena, Dean, School of Education, Central University of Himachal Pradesh
"Heartiest Congratulations on successfully launching the Didac India 2017. It was an immense pleasure being at the event."
Dr Nandini Kannan, Consultant - Finishing Schools, Education Department, Government of Gujarat
"GCIS has learnt on new ideas of using technology in a language classroom, the concept of connected classrooms, and the latest approach to differentiated instructions. New inspiring ideas were found, to be applied for fruitful education at GCIS."
Global City International School
"It was Pleasure Meeting P Kamalanathan Deputy Education Minister of Malaysia at DidacIndia."
William Prieto-Parra, BESA
"DIDAC India 2017 was an eye-opener to many facets of educational resources and training. The conference which had representatives from various nations had extremely thought provoking ideas and fruitful take-aways. The workshops were enriching and brimming of innovative ideas. My personal thanks to the organizers and the team of DIDAC for the beautiful collage of learning through these 3 days. Awaiting DIDACvarious 2018 for a lot more innovations and experiences."
Dr. Radhika Vakharia - Principal, Rizvi College of Education
"Good Numbers of Visitors & good contacts on the show. We are really happy that we decidec to join Didac India this year and we are keen to be the part of show again next year."
Ralf Detzel, Dr.-Ing. Paul Christiani GmbH & Co.KG
"We were kept very busy by visitors during the three days’ show. All exhibitors are satisfied with the outcome of the event. We believe it will be our 'must-attend' show in the next years."
China Delegation Head
"Didac India, A Brilliant Show In The Thick Of The #MUMBAIRAINS."
Abi Ross-Jackson, BESA
"DidacIndia has been a great success showcasing iboardtouch Products & Solutions to everybody in the Education World in India."
"Last 2 days have been testing times but Kudos to team of DidacIndia for having braved the torrential rains & made the exhibition a success."
Rajesh Shenoy, Padmashree