Free Webinar-How To Conduct Education Research-Practical Guidance For Teachers (1st Nov 2021)
November 1 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pmFree
Education research can be a very valuable tool in the classroom. But how can we tell whether the information we’re using is sensible, practical and informed by the latest analysis? This webinar will introduce the audience to the following concepts:
– How research works and principles of good research.
– The difficulty of translating research into classroom practice.
– The example of Neuroscience.
– How to spot ‘bad science’
– Academic vs practical Action Research.
– How Action Research works
– How teachers can develop their own ‘Action Research’, singly or in collaboration with other teachers.
This webinar is aimed at Teachers and School Heads and would run for 45 minutes approximately.
Presneter: Dr John Collick
Dr John Collick is Head of International Education Strategy for Promethean, a world leader in interactive classroom technology. Dr Collick is a graduate of Sussex University in England. He lectured in English Language and Literature, and Philosophy for ten years in Japan, working in the prestigious literature faculty of Waseda University in Tokyo, where he designed and implemented the department’s first e-learning system. In his role at Promethean, he works closely with Ministries of Education to develop solutions and programmes to meet the needs of 21st Century education systems worldwide. He is an internationally renowned speaker and expert on the educational and social impact of innovative technology. He is the author of several books and articles on literature, media, ICT and learning. His specific interests include personal learning strategies, neuroscience, technology, and futurology.