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- implications for pedagogy
- implications for curriculum
- implications for practice
- the role of the university
- web 2.0 tech
- legal implications of web 2.0
- equity and access issues
- future scenarios
- feeding back into schools
- communities of practice
- learning in an era of collaboration
- e-learning landscapes
- careers in the learning future
- social software applications
- creativity, imagination and future learning
- session wikis
how a session works
Sessions will typically run for 55 minutes, and be facilitated by a speaker who introduces the issues to be discussed in the session.
Here is how we envisage a session as working:
|h:00||Group arrives, settles|
|h:05||Session begins, introduction by facilitator|
|h:10||Group brainstorm, issues recorded on whiteboard or similar|
|h:15||Small-group break-outs, 8-10 per group|
|h:50||Facilitator sums up|
At the end of each day, the session facilitator will report back the session's findings to the larger, assembled symposium.
Each session will be recorded and podcast.
Delegates are encouraged to add to the session wiki at the end of the day (or even during the session, if they wish) to document the session's discussions.