At the nexus of learning and innovation

On Tuesday 24 October from 10am-12pm, CRLI is hosting a visiting academic who is doing some interesting student partnership work. So we've decided to build the final 2017 event for the CRLI student partnerships SIG around this visit:

This exploratory review brings together research that investigates computer-assisted language learning (CALL), and research in the field of learning design, paying particular attention to the theoretical frameworks and approaches of design for…

The field of Learning Design provides frameworks for describing and sharing effective teaching strategies. LAMS (the Learning Activity Management System) is an open source system for creating, sharing and implementing teaching strategies, including Problem Based Learning, Role Plays and…

The increasingly competitive, fluid and challenging work environments of the future require graduates who are prepared to work with knowledge that doesn’t yet exist, using practices that don’t yet exist, in jobs that don’t exist.  In this…

In his celebrated book, The Age of Empathy, primatologist Frans De Waal says that if we want to know how we reached the peaks of human civilisation and human…

In this talk, Professor Jacobson will discuss his journey from undertaking basic learning-and-cognitive-science research with advanced technology systems to forming a company that uses the “lean start-up methodology” for educational technology (edtech) products that work in real schools to help…

The field of education has seen significant changes in the past several decades resulting from advances in the learning sciences and learning technologies. Collaborative, inquiry-oriented pedagogies are promoted as more aligned with the knowledge creation capacity building needs for 21st century…

Self-Directed Learning in Science, by Prof. Nancy Law, The University of Hong Kong.
This is a University-School Project that focuses on network-based capacity building and…

All children deserve the best possible start in life. Working within a risk and prevention paradigm, many services intervene early, supporting parents’ to cope with adversity. The problem is that telling parents what to do doesn’t work. Partnership…