2014 Semester 2 Programme

Tuesday February 11th
Why does ADHD impact on children’s learning and what can teachers do to help?
Professor David Daley, University of Nottingham

Tuesday March 4th
Why does ADHD impact on children’s learning and what can teachers do to help?
Professor Mike Neary, University of Lincoln

 

Tuesday April 1st
Getting Children Thinking and Learning through Philosophy: Some observations and comments
Dr. Andrew Fisher, University of Nottingham

 

Tuesday May 20th
Enquiry-based learning in large group settings
Jane McNeil and Dr. Michaela Borg, Nottingham Trent University

 

Tuesday June 3rd
Beyond gamification: games and engagement in higher education
Dr. Nicola Whitton, Manchester Metropolitan University

 

Tuesday June 10th
‘Using problem oriented learning with large classes: how to teach effectively and enjoyably’
Professor Eef Hogervorst, Loughborough University

 

Charles Crook

Charles is a Professor of ICT and Education. He is the former Director of the Learning Sciences Research Institute at Nottingham and is a developmental psychologist by background. After research at Cambridge, Brown and Strathclyde Universities, he lectured in Psychology at Durham University and was Reader in Psychology at Loughborough University. Much of this work implicates new technology. He was a founder member of the European Society for Developmental Psychology and was formerly editor of the Journal of Computer Assisted Learning.

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