Many thanks for the annual support of our associate companies who have made this event possible: Classroom Communications, Follett, IRIS Connect and LightSpeed. Also the BETT13 associates: GEBOL; Group Call; Oracle; Steljes; My Knowledge Map; Texas Instruments; Outstream; and, TSM workshops. ‘Drop in’ demos were run between sessions by Light Speed, IRIS-Connect, My Knowledge Map and KO-SU.
Read David Obst’s BETT Blog.
Saturday 2nd February
Teachers’ ICT Curriculum Exchange, in partnership with World Ecitizens
Literacy from Scratch
Lawrence Williams, Brunel University and Dr Mirka Cernochova, Charles University, Prague.
A vision for the future of learning
Led by MirandaNet strategists: Jim Fanning, Tideway School, and Denis Landie and Michael Smith, Forest School.
Can digital devices really have an impact on learning? About iPads
Led by Kevin Burden, Hull University.
Can digital devices really have an impact on learning? About IWBs
Led by David Obst, Technische Universität, Dresden.
Using Web 2.0 tools for enhancing learning – school case studies
Dr Katya Toneva, St Mary’s University.
How can partnership with colleagues abroad help teaching and learning?
Led by Dan Bowen and Dave Smith
“One way of visualising the MirandaMod method of working together in Web 2 is to compare it to the growth of a rhizome, a plant stem that sends out roots and shoots that allow the plant to propagate itself through organic growth into the surrounding habitat.”
MirandaNet Lounge abstracts and presentations.
Powering Learning BETT13