CENTURY @ GESS 2019, Dubai
26th – 28th February 2019
Sheikh Saeed Halls, Dubai World Trade Centre
Experts from CENTURY will be attending the GESS 2019 conference in Dubai, giving schools from the region the opportunity to see a live demonstration of our rapidly-growing AI-based teaching and learning platform.
We will be joined by teachers and pupils from a number of local schools to demonstrate CENTURY in action. These include:
- Al Salam Community School
- Dubai International Academy
- JESS Dubai
- Ranches Primary School
GESS 2019 is the leading education conference and exhibit in the Middle East and is free to attend. CENTURY and its artificial intelligence classroom of today will be found at stand P50.
“Students enjoy using CENTURY and frequently complete work tailored for them without being prompted by an adult. As the first school in the UAE to use AI within education, JESS has enhanced the learning experiences for students and delivered on a vision to equip students to be #FutureReady.”
Mark S. Steed, Director of JESS Dubai
“CENTURY gets to know your strengths and weaknesses and helps you work on your weaknesses.”
Pupil at JESS Dubai
Click here to register for free. If you are unable to attend GESS but would like to arrange a personal meeting while CENTURY’s experts are in the area, please contact Charles Wood via email or +447935219836.
What is CENTURY?
CENTURY is the award-winning teaching and learning AI platform for primary and secondary schools, colleges and universities.
The platform uses learning science, artificial intelligence and neuroscience to create constantly adapting pathways for students and powerful assessment data for teachers.
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