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From Reactionary to Revolutionary: Rethinking pedagogy for blended learning
Friday 25 June 2021 | 16:00 BST
About this webinar
Now that schools are building a long-term blended learning strategy, it is essential to consider not just what devices are used but also what digital pedagogies are in place to drive learning outcomes. To develop a truly effective digital strategy, schools must focus not only on digital literacy skills, but also the complexities of blended learning design.
- In this session key questions surrounding pedagogical reform are discussed, such as:
- How is the accelerated use of technology changing the ways in which we teach?
- How must schools reconsider their pedagogical approaches to ensure the same quality of learning for students in both remote and in-classroom settings?
- How might we adapt the curriculum for a blended learning approach?
- How can we keep accessibility and inclusion in mind during learning design?
Lord Jim Knight, Director of Suklaa Ltd and former UK minister for schools, digital and employment
Miriam Manderson, Headteacher, Rooks Heath School
Al Kingsley, CEO of NetSupport and Chair of two Multi-Academy Trusts
Peter Ashworth, Chief Executive Officer Cidari Education – Multi Academy Trust
Michael Flood, SVP & GM Education, Kajeet
Sarah Marshall, Global Head of Content, Bett Portfolio
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