Reflecting on the impact of iPad 10 years into iPad and education – a journey that stretches from individual devices through school 1:1 programmes to increasingly large scale 1:1 projects like Glasgow. Technologies such as the iPad that have been disruptive and many of these changes have come as a consequence – this includes curriculum changes and a focus from governments across the world on what they call digital learning.
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This episode was inspired by @GlenFCochrane, who sent this tweet a while back,
Change Your Habits, Change Your Life https://t.co/bp1qLp8ON2 Living life 'clunky' is often living intentional and in control – Seamless isn't always an advantage.
— Glen Cochrane (@GlenFCochrane) May 28, 2018
PressED – A WordPress and Education, Pedagogy and Research Conference on Twitter
Natalie Lafferty and Pat Lockley talking about the twitter conference they organised. PressED.
PressED is a twitter conference (#pressedconf18) looking into how WordPress is used in teaching, pedagogy and research.
The First PressED conference happened on March 29th 2018 – check out the conference website
Recorded at Practitioner Enquiry – A Practical Workshop Part of the Promoting a Research Engaged Teaching Profession event.
This workshop event is aimed at those interested in practitioner enquiry; who want to find out a bit more about how this can be taken forward in their setting.
The session will guide participants through a problem solving process of taking an ‘itch’ from the classroom and turning it into a research questions, deciding on different forms of evidence to answer that question (thinking particularly about data that is already available in schools), and how outcomes can be shared within a supportive community. Using real examples, the nature of research within a practitioner enquiry framework will be critically examined to demonstrate how practitioner enquiry can become something that is part of good pedagogy rather than something extra on a practitioners’ list of things to do.