Free webinar: develop your approach to digital learning
08 June 2020
“Educators need to take a step back and ask not 'how can I replicate what I do in the classroom', but 'how can I redesign this learning experience to take advantage of a whole wealth of technology that can deliver a full learning experience – not just the delivery of information?'"
- Kathryn Skelton, Chief Transformation Officer at FutureLearn (May 2020, BBC News)
This term NACE is pleased to be working with educator, researcher and author Steve Wheeler, whose research is focused on the psychology of learning and educational technologies.
On 25 June (3.45-4.45pm) Steve will run a free webinar for NACE members on pedagogy and technology, examining contrasting pedagogical approaches and investigating how technology can be integrated to support teaching and learning. He will share his insights, answer your questions and discuss how we might support teachers moving forward to embed sustainable digital learning solutions.
To register for the webinar, click here.
About Steve Wheeler
Steve has authored several textbooks, most notably Learning with 'e's (Crown House, 2015) and Digital Learning in Organizations (Kogan Page, 2019). He is currently a tutor on the postgraduate teacher education programme at Plymouth Marjon University and a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
Steve has recently launched a series of free online courses designed to help educators understand, navigate and develop their approach to digital learning. We invite you to explore these ahead of the NACE webinar:
- Module 1: Personal learning environments: their role in education
- Module 2: Digital literacies: understanding of the literacies required to exploit and harness the potential of digital technologies for education
- Module 3: Supporting online learners: needs, challenges, theories and practices
- Module 4: Integrating technology: explore the origins of 'pedagogy' and investigate how technology can be integrated into these pedagogies
Simply register on the ZilLearn platform for free access to these modules.
For more information, visit Steve’s website.