Global Academy EFI Fellowship
'What (And Why) Can We Learn by Drawing?'
Visiting US-UK Fulbright Commission scholar - Shana Ferguson
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.
by Professor Lydia Plowman
'Just Google it: digital literacy and the epistemology of ignorance'
CRDE Research Stay Write Up
Mitchell Peters, Open University of Catalonia (Barecelona)
Research Stay Purpose
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.
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.