Over 200 educators, students, policymakers, IT industry representatives, academics and general public members attended TEL’s final dissemination event on 6th Nov at Royal Society, London. The event featured:
demos of the eight TEL projects’ hardware and software
keynote from Minister of State for Universities and Science David Willetts
premiere of TEL commissioned film ‘Inventing the Future of Learning‘
expert panel . . . → Read More: TEL at the Royal Society
Registration is open for our final public event – 6th November at the Royal Society.
The event will feature:
exhibitions/demos of the TEL projects and thematic work
panel debate and Q&A with leading figures in the field
first chance to view TEL programme film
and much more in a prestigious and historical location.
The event forms part of the ESRC Festival of . . . → Read More: Pre-register for free Royal Society event
A new series of reports from the Open University explores new forms of teaching, learning and assessment for an interactive world, to guide teachers and policy makers in productive innovation.
The first report proposes ten innovations that are already in currency but have not yet had a profound influence on education.
The report producers include members of the . . . → Read More: Innovating Pedagogy reports
#edtech #tel A new set of leaflets summarising the work of the eight TEL projects is now available. Entitled ‘TEL stories: Evidence from the TEL Research Programme’, the documents aim to show in accessible style the practical impact the programme’s research . . . → Read More: TEL stories available
#tel A report summarising the findings of the TEL programme in the wider context of technology-enhanced learning and offering recommendations for future strategy launched on 13th June at the House of Lords to a group of policymakers, technologists and practitioners chaired by Lord Knight.
The report – a major outcome of the programme – is written by . . . → Read More: TEL report: System Upgrade
Article on Personal Inquiry/nQuire project.
The Institute of Engineering and Technology‘s (IET) autumn issue of Engineering and Technology Education (E&TE) features an article entitled ‘Doing science differently’ which covers the work of the TEL Personal Inquiry/nQuire project led by Professors Mike Sharples and Eileen Scanlon of the Open University.
The piece’s author Stephanie Northen invokes Einstein’s ‘holy curiosity . . . → Read More: E&TE mag features TEL
Fully-funded PhD Studentship in ‘Design-based Research for Open Inquiry Learning’
Applications are invited for a fully-funded studentship in the field of design-based research for Open Inquiry Learning. This is associated with the recent appointment of Professor Mike Sharples to a Chair in Educational Technology.
With an international reputation for research, a supportive environment and excellent research facilities, CREET . . . → Read More: Fully-funded PhD Studentship
The Sixth European Conference on Technology Enhanced Learning, themed ‘Towards Ubiquitous Learning’ was held on September 20-23 in Palermo, Italy and a number of TEL colleagues contributed including Professor Mike Sharples of the TEL nQuire/PI project and Professor Rose Luckin, leader of the TEL AI in ED thematic strand.
More on . . . → Read More: TEL at ECTEL 2011
Thursday 6th October sees TEL Director Richard Noss curate one of a series of BIS coversations on innovation. Richard will be joined by a group of TEL project and thematic colleagues who will meet with BIS (Department for Business, Innovation and Skills) personnel to share findings from the TEL programme. A similar event will take place . . . → Read More: TEL curates BIS conversation
TEL co-funders the Economic and Social Research Council issued a press release on the work of the TEL nQuire (aka Personal Inquiry) project on 30th September 2011. See press releases and media for the . . . → Read More: ESRC nQuire Press Release