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14 September 2010
The Royal Institute of British Architects, London
9.30 - 2.00
Join leading figures from schools, colleges and government to debate how to make learning more playful.
Research suggests that UK learners are some of the unhappiest in Europe and performance suggests that they may be some of the least engaged too. Although ICT and new media have brought play into learning from the outset, secondary school age children mourn the loss of play from their primary years. New consumer and community learning technologies hold the potential to bring back playfulness and engagement.
Lord Jim Knight, Former Schools Minister
Mark Prensky, Writer and Scholar
Stephen Heppell, The Centre for Excellence in Media Practice
Kieron Kirkland, Futurelab
Early Bird (before 26th July 2010) £85
Full Rate (after 26th July 2010) £135
To register online visit www.cemp.ac.uk/play