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Exploring and Advancing Technology Innovations in Skills

Exploring and Advancing Technology Innovations in Skills

Join us to explore on-the-ground case studies of how learning technology and blended learning have been adopted within businesses and colleges.

Start Date:
March 14, 2018 09:30
End Date:
March 14, 2018 16:00
Location:
Basingstoke College of Technology
Venue:
Registration
Phone:
Email:
scott.hayden@bcot.ac.uk
Address:

Worting Road
Basingstoke
Hampshire
RG21 8TN

Advancing and Exploring Technology Innovations in Skills is an opportunity for leaders to learn about and discuss innovations in learning technology. Join us to explore on-the-ground case studies of how learning technology and blended learning have been adopted within businesses and colleges. We invite you to use this opportunity to discuss the wider implications of innovations and advances in learning technology, both in the classroom and in the workplace.

This event will be hosted by Global Vocational Skills at Basingstoke College of Technology. For the past few years, Global Vocational Skills has been providing BCoT with digital content across a range of subjects, to help implement a blended learning approach both within and outside of the classroom. In return, BCoT have embraced the use of a variety of digital technologies and have been pivotal in disseminating their experiences and teaching practices, whilst enabling content improvement to meet the needs of the end users.

Travel: Planned roadworks

Hampshire County Council will be carrying out roadworks throughout March surrounding BCoT. If you are travelling to BCoT by car, please allow extra time for your journey. Click here for further information

Agenda

09:30–10:00: Registration

10:00–10:10: Welcome and Introduction from Anthony Bravo

10:10–10:30: 'Advancing technology in skills training' Sasha Lipscombe

10:30–11:00: 'How the Blended Learning Consortium works and how to get involved' Peter Kilcoyne

11:00–11:30: 'Co-creating meaningful and relevant digital learning with staff and students' Scott Hayden

11.30–11.45: Break and networking

11.45–12:15: 'Evidence and practice in using blended learning to improve learner outcomes' Lesley Crane

12:15–12.45: 'Utilising digital learning and recognition to enhance skills and productivity in the workplace' Chris Kirk

12:45–13:30: Lunch and networking

13:30–14:15: Speaker panel (Afternoon Workshops 1)

14:30–15:15: Speaker panel (Afternoon Workshops 2)

15:15–15:30: Break and networking

15:30–16:00: Speaker panel, Plenary and departure

16:00: Close

 

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