Skip to main content Skip to navigation

2013-2014 seminars

We offered two seminars on new technologies as part of the Centre for Edcaution studies seminar programme. These were:

15th October 2013

Michael Hammond

Opportunities and challenges when carrying out education research and examples of research of teacher take up of ICT.

12th November

David Wray

'i-padagogy'. An exploration of the growing use of i pads in schools in England.

Tuesday 10 December 2013

Research student seminar

This was a seminar open to those with an active interest in technology research. The seminar involved sharing of work in porgress and there were contributions by HafizHanif; Khalid al Ghamdi; Nada Gamlo; Alison Parish; Haz Husnin; Parivash Mozafari Goroorani; Shaidatul Adi Kasuma; Robert O'Toole, Mmaki Jantjies and Joan Cabré. Bader Alotaibi gave a short summary of three zones theory and how it was used as a framework in his work. As a follow on Michael Hammond talked about recent reports on the use of technology including:

Kampylis, Panagiotis, Nancy Law, Yves Punie, Stefania Bocconi, Barbara Brečko, Seungyeon Han, Chee-Kit Looi, and Naomi Miyake. "ICT-enabled innovation for learning in Europe and Asia." (2013).

Sharples, M., Patrick McAndrew, Martin Weller, Rebecca Ferguson, Elizabeth FitzGerald, Tony Hirst, Mark Gaved (2013) Innovating Pedagogy 2013, Buckingham: Open University.