Kaska Porayska-Pomsta Print
Monday, 26 May 2008
talks about her new project ECHOES 2: Improving Children's Social Interaction through Exploratory Learning in a Multimodal Environment
Internships with the Planet project Print
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Thursday, 22 May 2008
Planet (Pattern Language Network) is offering one or two intern opportunities for students of computer science or related fields.
Planet is developing a system for teams to collaboratively capture and structure design knowledge in education. This system utilises advanced web2.0 technologies and is based on the pattern language paradigm. London Knowlege Lab's Yishay Mor is leading the technological design and development for Planet.
Interns will contribute to the exploration of novel forms of knowledge representation, organisation and visualisation in this domain. A solid knowledge of a high level programming language (e.g. Java) is essential, as is a creative approach to web development.
Please note that this is not a paid position.

For further details, contact: Yishay Mor.
Bringing knowledge back in Print
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Thursday, 08 May 2008

Here Michael Young expands on his discussion with Ian McGimpsey (below), the RSAís senior manager for education, by exploring the influence of the internet in schools and the value of vocational qualifications.

David Buckingham invited to work with DCSF Print
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Tuesday, 06 May 2008

David Buckingham has been invited by the Department of Children, Schools and Families to lead an independent assessment on 'The Impact of the Commercial World on Children's Well-being'. Interested parties are invited to submit evidence to the consultation via the consultation website.

New ESRC 3 year project on media education in schools Print
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Tuesday, 06 May 2008

David Buckingham and Andrew Burn have received a £650,000 grant from the Economic and Social Research Council for a major 3-year project on media education in schools. The project, entitled 'Developing Media Literacy: Towards a Model of Learning Progression', will begin in the Autumn.

Digital interventions for dyscalculia and low numeracy Print
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Thursday, 01 May 2008
A research team led by LKL's Diana Laurillard has been successful in obtaining Becta funding of £50,000 to carry out research on teacher-customisable personalized software for learners with dyscalculia and other forms of low numeracy, within a collaborative context for SEN teachers.
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