#TEPE2016 – Theme 2, Teachers in schools as learning organisations in Europe and from a global perspective

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Parallel session 4A held on Saturday 21st May at #TEPE2016, University of Malta.

  1. Education and the future: Developing sustainable leadership in schools by international exchange and collaboration. Marco Snoek (Hogeschool van Amersterdam, Netherlands) and Eve Eisenschmidt (Tallinn University, Estonia)
  2. Being a teacher. Charlot Cassar (Pestalozzi Programme, Council of Europe)
  3. Global education and intercultural awareness in eTwinning. Rose-Anne Camilleri (Ministry for Education and Employment, Malta)

Always on (them) John Johnston #DigitalUWS

Always on (them) John Johnston
Audio recorded at the “Always on (them): Digital and Social Media Use in Education” event at the University of the West of Scotland.

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Always On slides.

The event had two distinct, but related objectives. The first objective is to consider the issue of digital and social media use in learning environments from a policy and leadership perspective and the second objective will focus on digital practices already taking place in schools or as part of a learning experience. The event will be interactive, striking a balance between information giving, showcasing of good practice, discussion and creative ‘making’ activities.

Always on (them) Athole McLauchlan #DigitalUWS

Always on (them) Athole McLauchlan

Audio recorded at the “Always on (them): Digital and Social Media Use in Education” event at the University of the West of Scotland.

Digital and social media in school settings: a teacher’s perspective, Athole McLauchlan, Bearsden Primary School

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Bearsden Primary School

The event had two distinct, but related objectives. The first objective is to consider the issue of digital and social media use in learning environments from a policy and leadership perspective and the second objective will focus on digital practices already taking place in schools or as part of a learning experience. The event will be interactive, striking a balance between information giving, showcasing of good practice, discussion and creative ‘making’ activities.

Always on (them) Young Scot #DigitalUWS

Always on (them) Young Scot

Audio recorded at the “Always on (them): Digital and Social Media Use in Education” event at the University of the West of Scotland.

The rights of children in a digital age: 5rights framework, Maggie Tam and Tristan Nunn, Young Scot.

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5Rights

The event had two distinct, but related objectives. The first objective is to consider the issue of digital and social media use in learning environments from a policy and leadership perspective and the second objective will focus on digital practices already taking place in schools or as part of a learning experience. The event will be interactive, striking a balance between information giving, showcasing of good practice, discussion and creative ‘making’ activities.