Daffodil Education Network and the British Council jointly organised a two-day event titled ‘Innovative, Teaching and Learning Expo 2017’. Nurul Islam Nahid, MP, Minister for the Ministry of Education of Bangladesh, inaugurated the event and urged the students to generate new ideas by utilising their creativity to build an economically developed country. “Our new generation possesses world standard talents. They should utilise their talents to invent new ideas and knowledge”. Vice Chancellor of Islamic University of Technology Dr Munaz Ahmed Noor, Vice Chancellor of Daffodil International University Dr Yousuf M Islam, teachers, IT experts and representatives of different organisations, among others, addressed the function with DIU Trustee Board Chairman Sabur Khan in the chair.
In the presidential address, Md. Sabur Khan said, “To introduce our teachers and students about the latest innovation in teaching and learning method we have organised these Expos for the first time in the capital. We are planning to run the Expo in 64 districts of the country”. He emphasized that a good teacher must need to know the technology, students' pulse and employability guideline and all of the successful teachers need to promote professionalism.
58 projects on innovative teaching were presented at the Expo and among them, the project submitted by Ms Latifa Akter Sheuly, Head Teacher of Dalnia High School under Gopalganj districts won the first prize.
Six seminars, four workshops, two plenary sessions and one round table discussion were held in the two-day Expo. IDP, Ten Minute School, Agami Education Foundation and Podokhep also displayed their education products and services in the event.