30 March 2012 Learning with Technology – What the Research says

Briefing Report

Learning with Technology – What the Research says

Sponsored by BESA (British Educational Suppliers Association) and the Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Research Programme

30 March, 2012

13.00 – 15.00 pm

The London Knowledge Lab, 23-29 Emerald Street

London WC1N 3QS

This series of events is supported by the Association for Learning Technology (ALT) and the Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) Research Programme

Please book your place by contacting g.nicola@ioe.ac.uk

There is no charge for this event and refreshments will be provided

Attendees will be able to hear talks from industry, academics, policy makers and practitioners, see research prototypes, learn about current research projects and findings and meet other like-minded people. They will also be able to shape the structure and content of future events in this series. A full program will be available on the London Knowledge Lab website at http://www.lkl.ac.uk/cms/index.php

*Advance notice of our second event on 27 April*

What the research can tell us about how to teach computer science and computational thinking in the classroom?

If you have a research prototype or technology project that you would like to demo at this or a future event, please contact r.luckin@ioe.ac.uk

Learning with Technology – What the Research says FLYER

One Response to “30 March 2012 Learning with Technology – What the Research says”

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