In a remarkable achievement, Namya Joshi, a 16-year-old tech sensation hailing from Ludhiana, is gearing up to take the stage as the keynote speaker at one of the world’s most prestigious educational technology (edtech) conferences in London. This forthcoming event is expected to draw more than 30,000 educators, innovators, and thought leaders from across the globe.
Namya Joshi’s exceptional talents will shine through as she leads not one but two groundbreaking sessions at the upcoming Bett UK conference, scheduled for January next year. Her topics of expertise include elucidating the significance of game-based learning in fostering social-emotional development and constructing captivating lesson plans rooted in interactive gaming experiences.
Joshi’s meteoric rise in the world of edtech has earned her accolades as the “Top Tech Savvy Student” in India, and she has already achieved the remarkable status of a global teacher by the tender age of 16. Her passion for combining education with gaming was ignited when she discovered the potential of Minecraft as a powerful educational tool.
“I am eagerly anticipating the opportunity to connect with the international edtech community at the upcoming conference and share insights on how video games can revolutionize the way children learn,” Joshi enthused. “I firmly believe that knowledge is meant to be shared, and the Bett conference is one of the most inspiring platforms for fostering the exchange of ideas.”
As Namya Joshi prepares to embark on this remarkable journey to London, the world watches in anticipation of the innovative concepts and insights she will undoubtedly bring to the forefront of the edtech landscape. Her story stands as a testament to the power of youthful ingenuity and the boundless possibilities that lie at the intersection of technology and education.