Bishop Adonteng Boateng Delivers Powerful Speech At UN SDGs Program In New York.

Founder and overseer of Divine Word International Ministries,Bishop Kofi Adonteng Boateng, has highlighted the importance of the Educators’ Learning Environment in creating good change as it relates to the SDGs’ digital era transition.

Bishop Adonteng raised this important issue during a stirring speech to an assembly of educators, dignitaries, and community members at the United Nations Headquarters in New York.

He stressed the critical need for educators to adapt to a rapidly changing environment and use education as a powerful weapon to influence a more sustainable future.

Bishop Adonteng Boateng emphasized the importance of the SDGs, the United Nations’ roadmap for addressing global concerns.

He stressed the importance of SDG 4, which focuses on quality education, in transforming individuals and societies.

He believed that educators held the key to unlocking education’s revolutionary potential.

Beyond simply putting technology into classrooms, educators must embrace continual learning and adaptation as part of the digital era shift.

Bishop Adonteng Boateng emphasized the need of investing in the professional development of educators by giving access to quality training programs, workshops, and conferences.

He recommended instructors to stay current on the latest instructional approaches and digital tools in order to properly prepare their pupils for the future.

The Bishop also underlined the importance of creating inclusive learning settings that ensure education is available to all students, regardless of socioeconomic background, gender, race, or geographic location.

He advocated for the use of technology to bridge the digital divide and to provide equal access to high-quality education.

Educators can so empower individuals while also contributing to the broader growth of society. The reverend recommended instructors to prioritize critical thinking, problem-solving, and digital literacy skills development.

He pushed them to provide opportunities for students to interact with real-world challenges by leveraging technology as a tool for inquiry, investigation, and creative expression.

Students can become active participants in the digital age, capable of positively benefiting society and the environment, if they do so.

Rev. Adonteng emphasized the significance of educating students on the ethical use of technology, digital security, and the importance of privacy as the digital world becomes a vital part of daily life.

Educators can harness the promise of the digital age to create a more equal, just, and sustainable society by cultivating responsible digital citizens.

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