Play Every Day – September 14-16, 2020

Come Play With Us!

Play Every Day will be the largest virtual event of the mEducation Alliance Virtual Symposia series on Play and Technology for Lifelong Learning.  We are delighted to feature an amazing line-up of 70+ presenters from around the world highlighting a range of tech and non-tech play-based interventions for formal and non-formal educational settings.  Presenters were competitively selected from both our Symposia and COVID-19 EdTech idea pitch call submissions, many of whom will touch on the need for and contributions of play and games in the EdTech response to worldwide COVID-19 school closures.

As with our traditional in-person symposia, presenters and participants will benefit from a variety of innovative knowledge exchange formats  (e.g. lighting talks, interviews, expos, demonstrations, gallery walks) and lots of fun game play and other networking opportunities including engaging in a virtual escape room experience and enjoying a math-focused concert.

Interested in being an event sponsor? The virtual environment we are using for this event provides an exciting range of innovative space opportunities to share your work.

REGISTER HERE

 


Agenda 

Please find the current agenda for the full three days of Play Every Day below! As we will be periodically updating this, please feel free to visit this event page over the next few weeks.

Agenda for Play Every Day

 


Thank you to our Sponsors! 

 

 


Sponsorship

Your support will help underwrite this year-long thematic focus and a range of follow-on activities supported by the mEducation Alliance.  Find out more about sponsorship opportunities here

 


Additional Information

The Mobiles for Education (mEducation) Alliance is a non-governmental organization  focused on the evidence-driven and sustainable role of technology in education to  advance quality educational outcomes. Formed in 2010, the mEducation Alliance is a  unique, multi-stakeholder convening platform for government and donor policymakers, other investors, researchers, and practitioners to work together, particularly in lower-resource, developing country contexts.

For additional information about the Alliance and this year’s Symposia, please contact us at [email protected].