Note – unless stated otherwise, all events are 11:00 -12:00 GMT and are held online in Adobe Connect.
All are welcome, contact CALRG at email@example.com if you would like the invitation link to any session.
We are beginning to make recordings for previous sessions available where possible, contact us if you wish to see a particular session.
Spring term 2021
7th January: Informal session: welcome back to CALRG for 2021! Bring a cup of tea and tell us what you’d like us to cover in future sessions, tell us your edtech plans for 2021!
14th January: NOTE: earlier 10:00 start (UK time) Ram Ashish Giri (Monash University, Australia); Saraswati Dawadi (Open University); Sagun Shrestha (Dublin City University, Ireland); Saifa Haque (East West University, Bangladesh): Teachers’ Preparations for Online Education in Emergencies: A Study of Response to Covid-19 Pandemic in Bangladesh and Nepal.
21st January: Johanna Hall, IET: Using Digital Entertainment Games to Support the Expression and Development of Creativity in Players
28th January: Thea Herodotou, IET :Online citizen science: An effective way of engaging young people with science or not?
4th February: Tina Papathoma, IET: Guidance on How Learning at Scale Can be Made More Accessible
11th February: Claire Hedges, Tom Power (International Development Office, OU): IGATE-T (Zimbabwe): A study of how mobile phones were used to recruit and equip community volunteers
18th February: Tony Carr, University of Capetown, South Africa: How online conferences can enhance professional networking and development of practitioners and researchers
25th February: Tim Coughlan, IET: GCRF Pathways for Learning: supporting African teacher education
4th March: Nils Bucholtz, University of Cologne: Digitally supported math trails for extra-curricular learning
11th March: Rebecca Ferguson, IET: Developing a Framework of Fun
18th March: Beck Pitt, IET: Copyright and Creative Commons (CC) in Myanmar: Co-creation and remixing the CC Certificate
25th March: Louise Drumm, Edinburgh Napier University: Building your own map: academic careers in digital education
1st April: Easter Break
8th April: Easter Break
Summer term 2021
Details to be confirmed. We still have some spaces so let us know if you have ideas for a session, or would like to present a session yourself. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
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