TPEA/MirandaNet/ITTE Annual conference – 2020 (22 – 25 June)
What works in education technology and how do we know?
Perspectives from teachers, teacher educators and edtech associates
34th TPEA/MirandaNet/ITTE Annual conference Newton Park Campus Bath Spa University, 22nd – 23rd June
In association with our edtech associates and the International Council on Education for Teaching (ICET)
See reviews of our last conference here http://tpea.ac.uk/conference/
And the programme for the 33rd conference here http://conference.itte.org.uk/
BETT20 22nd – 25th January
We will be presenting Teachers as co-researchers: investigating solutions to enhance learner achievement Thursday 23rd January, 16:50 – 17:20 in the Education Show Theatre.
Our TPEA event Can we ‘Fix the Web’ together? will be at BETT20 on Friday 24th January from 1500-1700 in Suite 2 in the South Gallery. We hope you will join us for supper afterwards.
Our stand at BETT (SD72) will be near the ‘Staff Room’ where we will run research safaris on three topics:
- Artificial realities for connecting classrooms: Led by Dr Helen Caldwell, Northampton University and Mark Fydenberg, Bentley University, US.
- Digital opportunities for edtech professional development collaboratively or self-directed: Led by Elizabeth Hidson, Sunderland University
- Using digital technologies to enhance achievement amongst SEN and PLMD learners: Led by Professor Sarah Younie and Rajvir Gill, De Montfort University
Please contact Professor Christina Preston, Founder of MirandaNet and Vice Chair of ITTE to discuss how we can help you: firstname.lastname@example.org
The British Council/CFSA conference 18th October
We will be presenting on our knowledge about edtech in digital citizenship and literacy, E-Twinning and Edtech CPD at this event at the British Council in Spring Gardens, London.
Free registration is here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/global-learning-in-the-curriculum-tickets-66453374833