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.
Zayba Ghazali-Mohammed, Research Associate Move2Learn
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Computer Science Education Week
We're excited about international Computer Science Education week which runs from December 3rd to 9th (https://csedweek.org). A feast of events will be running at Moray House School of Education from Tuesday 4th December - Saturday 9th December.
A new primary teachers’ guide to teaching computer science can be downloaded at www.teachcs.scot
Vacancy: Research Assistant, Move2Learn
The Moray House School of Education, University of Edinburgh, requires a part-time Research Assistant for 12 months to work on a Wellcome Trust funded Institutional Translational Award. This Translational Award is in conjunction with a Wellcome Trust/ ESRC funded Science Learning+ project: Move2Learn (M2L).
'Gadamer, Bakhtin and dialogic space: implications for teaching and learning in the digital age'
This seminar took place on Tuesday 6th November at Moray House School of Education. Watch Peter's seminar via Media Hopper
This seminar is jointly hosted by the Community Education Research Group and the Centre for Research in Digital Education.