IBSC Building Learning Relationships Through the Use of Technology
An IBSC Webinar
September 20 or 21, 2021
Attend this free one-hour webinar to learn about the recent IBSC-commissioned report, Building Learning Relationships Through the Use of Technology, that illuminates how technology can help and hinder productive learning relationships, with a focus on boys' education. Hear directly from Alison Clark-Wilson, who discusses the key findings of the report she conducted with research colleagues at University College London Institute of Education. Take this opportunity to ask questions about the research and then consider if and how your school might implement its recommendations.
To ensure that members in all IBSC regions have the opportunity to attend, you may select from one of the following timeslots:
Monday, September 20, 2021
12:00 noon EDT, 5:00 PM BST, 6:00 PM SAST
Tuesday, September 21, 2021
7:00 AM BST, 8:00 AM SAST, 4:00 PM AEST, 6:00 PM NZST
The only difference between the sessions is the time and day offered (to accommodate our global community).
Who Should Attend?
Anyone involved with educating boys
Participate in a scheduled one-hour webinar using Zoom. For the first 30 minutes, Clark-Wilson offers an overview of the project starting with the initial impressions and challenges in setting up this project and then outlining its findings and next steps. Participants can ask questions on the chat during the keynote, followed by a live Q&A to uncover areas of interest of schools for future research.
Available exclusively to IBSC members, this free webinar requires registration. If your plans change after you register, you may transfer your spot to a colleague by contacting 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 business hours.
Dr. Alison Clark-Wilson is a former secondary school teacher and teacher educator who now works as a principal research fellow at UCL Knowledge Lab, UCL Institute of Education in London. She leads large-scale design, implementation, and evaluation research projects that address aspects of educational technology use in schools. Her research expertise includes the design and evaluation of exploratory teacher and teaching development projects that aim to understand existing practices while also seeking to scale effective approaches. She is a fellow of the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications, a Chartered Mathematics Teacher, and has served on the Executive Committee for the British Society for the Learning of Mathematics. She is also a founding trustee of Maths on Toast!