31st Jul 2017, 5:30pm to 7:00pm

Can technology facilitate learning on a level playing field?

Presented by Associate Professor Chris Tisdell, Associate Dean (Education), UNSW Science

Education is changing.  Rather than traditional classrooms in schools and universities, we now have classrooms in "clouds".   In this presentation Chris will provide some critical perspectives on technology in education, including the ideas of: openness; scale and inclusion.  Is technology really the answer to challenges in education? 

 

The Scientia Education Academy invites you to join Chris for this lecture and afterward for drinks and conversation.

 

Register for this event here

 

Associate Professor Chris Tisdell

Scientia Education Fellow Chris Tisdell is Associate Dean (Education) at UNSW Science who is a passionate about digital education.  Chris is driven by the challenges of: scale; personalized learning; and inclusion and diversity in education. Chris has responded to these critical needs through innovative approaches to online and blended learning.  For example, his digital and open classroom has positively transformed the learning experience of  10+ million people in over 200 countries – including those groups who have traditionally faced challenges of participation and success in STEM education.    Chris is proud to live by the motto “everyone deserves access to learning on a level playing field”.

Event Details
Public Event open to all
200 Seats available
Free

Location

Tyree Room, John Niland Scientia Building, UNSW Kensington


Key Contact
Christina Kingen
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