IBSC Building Learning Relationships Through the Use of Technology
An IBSC Online Program
Watch the webinar recording to learn about part two of the IBSC-commissioned report, Building Learning Relationships Through the Use of Technology. The research illuminates how schools leverage technology to enhance learning, communication, and student engagement, while emphasizing the importance of face-to-face interaction, ensuring a balanced educational environment that fosters relational experiences.
Hear directly from Relationships Foundation researchers James Griffin and John Ashcroft, who discuss the key findings of the research and they apply to emerging technologies. Take this opportunity to learn how to implement the research and recommendations at your school.
Current Implications for Boys’ Schools: The Impact of Technology on Pedagogy and School Culture
Recorded on Tuesday, September 12, 2023
Future Implications for Boys’ Schools: Responding to Emerging Technologies
Recorded on Thursday, September 14, 2023
Who Should Attend?
Anyone involved with educating boys
For the first 30 minutes of each webinar, Ashcroft and Griffin offer insights and practical advice from the research. Participants who attended the live event asked questions on the chat during the keynote, followed by a live Q&A to uncover areas of interest from schools regarding the impact of technology on learning relationships.
- IBSC member rate: US$25
Registration includes participation in both webinars and access to a recording afterward for registered participants.
IBSC will refund 90% of registration fees if a written request is received two weeks prior to the class. No refunds will be made for cancellations received after this time. Schools seeking to register an alternate to replace a participant unable to attend should contact IBSC@theibsc.org.
Please note: Watch your email for login information for your online class the Friday before the class starts. If you registered for the class later than this time, watch for login information within 24 hours.
James Griffin holds a BA in psychology and criminology, an MA in education and a post-compulsory PGCE. Most recently he has completed his Ph.D. with UWE Bristol. Now with specialisms in teaching and learning, professional training and data science, he has taught from primary to postgraduate, most recently acting as the educational architect for Improbable Worlds. He is focusing on measuring relationships in groups and drawing insight from Relationships Foundation's suite of innovative analytic tools to provide clients with the insight they need to achieve their full potential.
John Ashcroft has been with Relationships Foundation since launch. He has played a lead role in the development of the relational metrics used in many projects and has led the Relationships Foundation's work on health care and family policy. Much of his recent work has focused on relationships and well-being in schools. He also continues to provide research, strategy, and communications support to many initiatives. He is the co-author of The Relational Lens (CUP 2017), The Case for Interprofessional Collaboration (Blackwell 2005), and Relationships in the NHS (RSM 2000)