Exploring digital feedback and assessment practices in partnership with students and tutors.
We invite all who are interested in, or curious about, “Learning Sciences” to attend one or both planned events.
Since 2013, researchers from the Digital Education centre have worked closely with the World Bank.
This match-funded project takes advantage of digital technology to share educational research with a wide international audience of young children and their parents / teachers. The project generates a novel digital number learning resource for young children (3-8yrs) whilst providing their parents and teachers with clear multimedia information about the underlying research. The three project objectives are to program the KE digital tool from a design spec, promote awareness of the tool, and submit a proposal to evaluate and amplify impact.
CACHET was an 18-month exploratory study.
This project, based at the University of Stirling, investigated the ways in which children’s learning with technology can be supported and enhanced