A workshop exploring evidence-informed approaches to using technology.
This session will look at how technology can be used to support interventions, to improve retention of knowledge, and to enhance learning.
There will be practical examples of how technology can be used to support and amplify 4 different medium-to-high impact strategies – including formative assessment and retrieval practice – and how technology can be used to give differentiated and targeted support for pupils beyond the classroom.
By the end of the course participants will:
- Understand ways in which research suggests technology can best support learning.
- Understand how evidence-informed use of tech can be implemented in the classroom.
- Know how to use key digital tools to support learning.
- Explore how these strategies best link to school priorities for teaching and learning.
Date : Thursday 13th June 2019
Time: 1.30PM – 3.30pm
Venue: London Connected Learning Centre
Audience: This course is open to anyone who works with young people aged 11-24 in London.