First of today’s podcasts, should be here shortly.
Friday, part 1:
First, we meet Professor Margarida Romero from ESADE Business School (00.49) who is presenting later on Friday as part of a session about the neurology of learning in a technical and collaborative context, and how ICT’s are affecting of the evolution of how we perceive the educational experience.
On Thursday afternoon, there was a session where a group of students from the Humboldt and Nelson Mandela schools in Berlin (10.15) came and spoke about their consumption of e-learning materials and shared their experiences – both beneficial and frustrating – as end users of technology and resources. We caught up with them after the session to discuss the changing relationship between student and teacher, the issue of technology support in schools and how the experience of getting to grips with ed-tech should be a two-way street.