Bringing together practitioners and policy makers, this two day conference will highlight the latest developments, services and uses of media in education and training.
Look who was talking
Flemish Minister for Education, Youth, Equal Opportunities and Brussels Affairs
writer and media innovator
educational social media innovator and practitioner
educational broadcaster and commissioning editor of Teachers TV
senior policy analyst with OECD
freelance teacher trainer
Discussions currently taking place
- Are ownership and regulations surrounding the use of existing media resources strangling creativity within the learning sector?
Can we afford the costs of media rich education games in the current climate? And if so – who should pay?Is media literacy best taught as a unique subject in primary and secondary schools?
Can universities keep up with student expectations and experience?How can the learning sector best incorporate ICT and media skills and resources in the future?
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Thanks to everyone who took part in the Media & Learning Conference and who helped to make it such a success. In the coming days the conference team will be publishing presentations, videos, photos and reports as well as updating the press area, the programme and the discussion area. Contributions to the online discussions are welcome up to the end of December. The conference community space used by everyone who took part will also stay open for the foreseeable future and will form the basis for the new Media & Learning Community of Practice.