Entrepreneurship and education
05 June 2018, 12:15 pm–1:00 pm
Darwin Building, B05-B15, UCLGower StreetLondonWC1E 6BTUnited Kingdom
Technology impacts on every part of our lives, and has revolutionised how we learn, work, socialise and play. The EDUCATE project is working with over 200 entrepreneurial companies to find out more about if and how their products impact on learning.
From augmented reality for training doctors in A&E to helping young children develop language skills through international online chat, this hands-on workshop offers a glimpse into the technologies of the future. EDUCATE launched in January 2018. It is part of the Knowledge Lab at UCL's Institute of Education, and is part-funded by the European Regional Development Fund.
About the speaker
Dr Alison Clark-Wilson is Principal Research Associate at the UCL Knowledge Lab and works as a Principal Research Lead for the ERDF-funded EDUCATE Project. Dr Clark-Wilson's research interests focus on: the design and use of mathematical digital technologies; the related professional development experiences for teachers; and the impact of such technologies on mathematical thinking.
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