Our second series of audio podcasts 'Bringing innovation to practitioners' aims to support practitioners in the use of technology to aid and develop learning.
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Series 2: Bringing innovation to practitioners
In this podcast, Lyndsay Grant discusses parental engagement and establishing home-school relationships with Ian Williams of Bradley Stoke Community School.
In this podcast, Sue Cranmer discusses the impact of digital technologies on primary education and learning with John Potter of the London Knowledge Lab.
In this podcast, Futurelab's Ben Williamson and Martha Wright discuss how computer games are being used in the classroom, and the benefits and challenges of using games to enhance the curriculum.
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In this enhanced audio podcast, Futurelab's Clara Lemon, Kieron Kirkland and Toby Blackburn discuss a variety of new and emerging technologies to support innovative teaching and learning.
At the recent Handheld Learning conference in London, Learning Researcher Richard Sandford spoke to teachers and industry experts about the idea of augmented reality and how it can be applied to learning through location based applications and games.
The first in our second series of podcasts looks at the role of citizenship education and addresses the need to look for greater opportunities to encourage young people to become active citizens. Featuring Tony Breslin, Chief Executive of the Citizenship Foundation.