News

18 Feb 2019

 

Global Academy EFI Fellowship

Jeremy Knox

15 Feb 2019

 

'What (And Why) Can We Learn by Drawing?'

Professor Shaaron Ainsworth, University of Nottingham

This seminar took place on 25th January at Moray House School of Education

15 Feb 2019

 

Visiting US-UK Fulbright Commission scholar - Shana Ferguson

05 Feb 2019

 

Understanding how children interact with maths technologies

Numbuko is a creative research-based app for exploring numbers by joining and breaking blocks to make colour rods.

18 Jan 2019

 

Move2Learn at Toddler Fest

By Zayba Ghazali Mohammed & Alexia Revueltas Roux

07 Jan 2019

'Just Google it: digital literacy and the epistemology of ignorance'

Dr Ibrar Bhatt and Dr Alison MacKenzie, Queens University Belfast

This seminar took place on Tuesday 4th December at Moray House School of Education

21 Dec 2018

 

CRDE Research Stay Write Up

Mitchell Peters, Open University of Catalonia (Barecelona)

Research Stay Purpose

20 Dec 2018

 

Move2Learn will participate in Teeny Tiny Toddler Fest 9th & 10th January 2019

Teeny Tiny Toddler Fest is organised and hosted by Camera-Obscura & World of Illusions Edinburgh and brings together a range of partners offering science-based activities for the under 5s. 

17 Dec 2018

 

Lead by Dr Andrew Sherlock, School of Engineering, the Centre for Research in Digital Education will contribute to this project to improve understanding of teaching, learning and assessment through augmented and mixed reality.

Augmented Reality (AR) allows digital content to be overlaid onto the physical environment, typically on devices such as glasses, tablets and smartphones.   More recently, semi-immersive Mixed Reality (MR) devices, usually headsets (e.g. Microsoft Hololens), allow 3D holograms to be placed in the physical environment.