MESH – Disseminating Teachers Knowledge


Thursday, 23 January 2014 from 12:00 to 13:30 (GMT)
BESA Stand  No. C380

MESH research, development and practice pathways for global publication (www.meshguides.org)

23rd January, 1200 – 1300

MESH Guides_ full list (including those under development).

Every day, teachers in classrooms around the world make decisions about how to help children learn. MESH Guides www.meshguides.org provide research-based advice to support teachers’ professional judgement. In this event, sponsored by BESA, members of the MESH editorial board show how companies can help to develop these MESH pathways and disseminate product research globally.

1200: Welcome

  • Dominic Savage Chair of BESA
  • Professor Carsten Maple, University of Bedfordshire

1205 – 1215: Using  MESH to improve teaching and learning.

  • Prof Marilyn Leask, Chair of MESH editorial Board
  • Professor Colin Harris Author of the MESH Spelling pathway

1215 – 1235: Supporting  teachers in designing effective technology-enhanced learning

  • Professor Diana Laurillard, Institute of Education, University of London

1235 – 1255: MESH pathways in development

 Mobile devices and changing school cultures

Authors of Pedagogies for iPads/tablets and MirandaNet Associates: GroupCall and Tablet Academy

  • Dr Sarah Younie, University of Bedfordshire
  • Dr Kevin Burden, Hull University
  • Dr Peter Townsend, OU
  • Karen Cameron, MirandaNet

Web based video in CPD and SEN

Authors of the Visual Learning, Pedagogy and Programmes and Commercial Products Pathways and MirandaNet associate IRIS connect

  • Theo Kuechel,  MirandaNet Senior Fellow
  • Christina Preston, Professor of Educational Innovation, University of Bedfordshire and Founder of MirandaNet

 1255-1300: How can companies benefit from MESH?

Christina Preston, Professor of Educational Innovation, University of Bedfordshire and Founder of MirandaNet

Registration to join MESH projects

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