- Time: 3.30 pm afternoon tea 4:00 to 5.45 Workshop
- Venue: Plymouth Quality Hotel New Plymouth
- Member: $40
- Non Members: $50
In this session Rebecca will draw on her research into the relationships between digital pedagogy and student outcomes.
She will consider the nature of students’ higher order literacy expertise needed in order to engage effectively in our digital society. She will then offer examples, with illustration, of the ways that teachers are attempting to serve both digital and traditional literacy needs.
Rebecca will draw on case studies of classrooms to offer evidence about what practices make a difference to students’ achievement, and what these practices look like for students.
Finally, we will consider the risks of digital pedagogy, and discuss how we can design ongoing formative evaluation of our programmes to help guard against these.Download Event Poster