March 19th, 2022

EdHeroes Forum Asia :
Malaysia Chapter
Embracing Diversity, Strengthening Community
About EdHeroes Forum Asia: Malaysia Chapter
EdHeroes Forum Asia: Malaysia Chapter aims to bring together parents, educator practitioners, edupreneurs, stakeholders, students, activists, and philanthropists to discuss our focus theme ‘embracing diversity, strengthening communities’. Furthermore, these themes are expected to be overlappingly discussed with the current demand on digital competencies for the young generation, from the present moment to the future.

As we believe that children belong to the present, they are learning and being prepared through schooling, interactions, and media. Hence, we keen to see this learning journey of digital natives and to understand better how to create an optimal environment to promote quality of education through the help of communities.
EdHeroes Manifesto
The EdHeroes movement unites people who believe that education should be centered on the needs of the family.

Our mission is to provide support to families all over the world in their journey to success and prosperity by giving them access to a quality education. At the same time, the family's main goal is to bring up an autonomous, capable, and happy individual.

Due to the pandemic and the forced transition to distance learning for everyone connected with education, we have had to deal with some unprecedented challenges. The family has become the main platform for educating and bringing up a child. The EdHeroes movement emerged in response to global uncertainty. It embodies the idea that education should be centered around the interests of the family.

We invited 30+ speakers from policymakers, thought leaders, educators, and education reformers to talk about the future of education in Malaysia
Sandiaga Uno
Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy of Indonesia
Sucheta Bhat
CEO Dream a Dream
Mercedes Mayol Lassalle
World President of OMEP (World Organization for Preschool Education)
Dr. Azmil Bin Mohd Tayeb
Lecturer School of Social Science, Universiti Sains Malaysia
Ning-Jia Ong
Deputy Managing Director of Pastry Pro Malaysia
Ms. Ya Wen
Vice President of Corporate Relations for AIESEC in Johor Bahru Chapter
Associate Professor Dr. Fariza Khalid
Deputy Director (Academic & Program Advancement), Center for Shaping Advanced & Professional Education (UKMShape)
Tan Ting Jin
Founder & CEO of ReSkills
Dhanya Night
Secondary School Student, Active Member of Girl Guides Association Malaysia
Ms. Khor Yi Thing
Content Development Specialist
Nazira Roslee
State Chief Commissioner for Putrajaya Girl Guide Association
Puteri N. Balqis
Founder Save the Schools, Malaysia
Raenuga Indran
Marketing and Partnerships Executive, Tunku Abdul Rahman Foundation & Senior Programme Coordinator, MYReaders
Birrul Qodriyyah
Inspiring National Achievement Student 2013
Satya Hangga Yudha W P, B.A. (Hons), MSc
Secetary General of Mata Garuda LPDP
Felicia Y. Gunawan
Psychologist at Able ID
Erika Widyaningsih
Director of Rumah Kebangsaan
Achmad Adhitya Maramis
Director of Solo Technopark
Erbi Setiawan
President of Mata Garuda LPDP
Ghazi Pradipta
PhD Candidate at Malaysia
Prof Wiwandari Handayani
Professor at Diponegoro University
Emir Hermono
Mansurni Abadi
Staff Directorate for Research and Studies OISAA 2021/2022, Researcher for Embode international , Master Student at Institute of Ethnic Studies, UKM Malaysia
Surya Sahetapy
Activist and Indonesian Actor
Fahd Pahdepie
Executive Director of Amanat Institute
Dalila Maria Brito da Cunha Lino
Instituto Politécnico de Lisboa, Escola Superior de Educação de Lisboa
Marina Fuertes
Associate Professor at School of Education, Lisbon Polytechnic Institute
Sari Puspita Dewi, M.Pd
PhD student in Humanities and Languages at UNSW Sydney, Lecturer at Politeknik Negeri Jakarta
Zafran Akhmadery Arif
Director of Overseas Education and Culture
Thanks to Our Previous Media and Community Partners
These are the companies which backed our mission in Asia
EdHeroes Forum Asia: Malaysia Chapter
Track 1: Family and Education
Saturday, March 19th, 2022
12.00 - 17.00 Kuala Lumpur Time (GMT+8)
EdHeroes Forum Asia: Malaysia Chapter
Track 2: Curriculum and Policy
Saturday, March 19th, 2022
12.00 - 17.00 Kuala Lumpur Time (GMT+8)
EdHeroes Forum Asia: Malaysia Chapter
Track 3: Educators as Game-changers
Saturday, March 19th, 2022
12.00 - 17.00 Kuala Lumpur Time (GMT+8)
Last year’s conference
The main topic of the last year’s conference was
"Unveil the Future of Education in Asia"
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