Programme January 22nd

MOOCS for International CPD
Held: Wednesday, 22 January 2014 from 12:00 to 13:00 (GMT)
London, United Kingdom

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Our invited panel debated: “How can teachers and educators maximise the benefits of MOOCs and quality assure them in international professional development contexts?”
This session was held under the auspices of the HandsOn project http://www.handsonict.eu/

Panel

  • Professor Diana Laurillard, Institute of Education, University of London
  • Donald Clark; Entrepreneur
  • Fiona Harvey; Center for Innovative Technologies in Education (CITE)
  • Ian Lynch;  TML/NAACE
  • Prof. Peter Sloep; Open Universiteit, Nederland
  • Prof. Carsten Trinitis; Technical University of Munich & University of Bedfordshire
  • Joe Wilson;  Scottish Qualifications Authority (SQA)

The session was chaired by Dr. Sarah Younie.
You can Watch the recording here
We are establishing a MirandaNet action research group on MOOCs for CPD.
We invite you to join the Research Community here


Professional use of Video for Learning
Held: Wednesday, 22 January 2014 from 14:00 to 15:00 (GMT)
MirandaNet Lounge

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Image Credit: Smithsonian 

Our invited panel debated: “How can we harness web-based the affordances of video to enhance learning for both teachers and students?

Panel

  • Leon Cych;  Director – Learn for Life
  • Theo Kuechel;  Consultant,  Video for Learning, Mirandanet Fellow
  • Nick Mitchell; Leeds Metropolitan University
  • Graham Newell; Director – Iris Connect
  • Lucy Turner; Brookes University

The session was chaired by Prof. Christina Preston
You can   Watch the recording here

We are establishing a MirandaNet research group meeting on digital technologies in CPD
We invite you to join the Research Community here


Playing Games?
Held: Wednesday, 22 January 2014 from 16:30 to 17:30 (GMT)
MirandaNet Lounge

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Our invited panel debated:  “Does gaming offer effective learning contexts?”

Panel

  • Simon Poole; Chester University
  • Prof. Christina Preston; Founder MirandaNet
  • Derek Robertson; University of Dundee
  • Karolin Seraphin; Yellow Dot
  • Dr Kari Stubbs; Vice President Learning and Innovation, BrainPop
  • Dr Sarah Younie; University of Bedfordshire, MirandaNet Fellow

The session was chaired by Terry Freedman
You Can  Watch  the recording here

We are establishing a MirandaNet research group meeting on games based learning.
We invite you to join the Research Community here

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