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EPALE

Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

 
 

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Digital Learning in Adult English, maths and ICT

Posted by Jodie Crossley 3 years 11 months ago

Thursday 17 September 2015
Leicester
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This recently updated course draws on a diverse and interactive range of up-to-date learning technologies and theory. It extends the content from the previous module and will support you to develop innovative teaching and learning practice across English, maths and ICT. You will have the opportunity to experience remote-controlled classroom practice.

 

Target audience

This training is relevant to English, maths and ICT teachers and curriculum developers/ managers.

A working ability to engage with ICT (web-based and everyday software) is required.

Please being any mobile technology you may have with you.

Event language(s):
Event type: 
Professional development event
Attending fee: 
Yes
Registration deadline: 
03/06/2015
Online event: 
No
Organised by: 
NIACE
Contact details: 
events@niace.org.uk
Number of delegates: 
100 - 200
Target group: 
Academics, students, researchers in andragogy
Adult learning networks & organisations
Adult learning networks & organisations
Theme addressed:
Aims and objectives: 
The training is designed for practitioners in English, maths and ICT to introduce a range of interactive learning technologies, strategies and resources to support adult literacies' teaching, learning and assessment.
Expected (learning) outcomes: 
By the end of the session, participants will have: been introduced to, experienced and evaluated a range of digital learning technologies; explored a range of teaching, learning and assessment resources and strategies in adult English, maths and ICT; discussed the changing nature of modality and multi-literacies in the context of developing technologies; and, analysed the impact, opportunities and challenges in our roles as teachers, managers and curriculum developers.
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