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Issue ELU.64

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Student’s Education Supported By Assistive Technology

In the UK, there are approximately 1.5 million living with a learning disability, and almost 2 million people living with a visual impairment, and around 25,000 children living with sight loss, and 286,000 children who struggle with learning difficulties. Having those figures in mind, students with learning difficulties often require assistive or adaptable technology to support their education... e-Learning Update issue 63/64

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06/12/2017
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How Oxford Wants To Reach Your Classroom

Oxford University is recognised across the world for the quality of its research and teaching, but it has been accused of not being as open as it could be. A new digital outreach project targeting 11-18 year olds seeks to change that with learning resources responding to ideas from young people. Director of Undergraduate Admissions and Outreach, Dr Samina Khan, explains... e-Learning Update issue 63/64

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06/12/2017
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e-Learning Update 64 Cover

The cover of the Special bumper issue of e-Learning Update, incorporating issue 63 and 64!

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18/05/2018
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ELU 64 Editorial and Contents

The editorial and Contents of this special bumper issue of e-Learning Update, incorporating issue 63 and 64!

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21/05/2018
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ELU 64 News

The news of this special bumper issue of e-Learning Update, incorporating issue 63 and 64!

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21/05/2018
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Apple For The Teacher

Patrick Wenham is head teacher at Bickley Park School in Bromley which is shortly set to celebrate its centenary year. By the end of this academic year, most pupils at the school will have their own allocated iPad in school to support their learning. Here Patrick discusses the uses of technology in the classroom – and the digital future of education. e-Learning Update issue 63/64

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20/05/2018
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Future Proofing our Young People

The unknowns of what future leaders and citizens might need in such a changing world is a major challenge for educators. Stefan Burkey shows how to effectively prepare children for their future lives. e-Learning Update issue 63/64

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20/05/2018
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Creating a High-Tech Classroom through Learning Platforms

Learning Platforms have evolved significantly in recent years. Our editors share some of the interesting players who are making a difference in the classroom. e-Learning Update issue 63/64

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20/05/2018
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Seeking Job Opportunity in A Robopocalypse

We’ve heard it all before. Robots - those elusive job munchers - might be replacing you soon. And the message is clear: they are smarter than you, they are cheaper than you, and they won’t ask for a pay rise… like you. Be afraid, be very afraid of the imminent robopocalypse. After all, it’s not just the postmen and snow plowers and plumbers who face the dirge; the professionals in white coats and even the teachers in our schools have reason to steady their knees when pit against the innovative power and pace of artificial intelligence. Here’s a glimpse of the future by Brad McBean... e-Learning Update issue 63/64

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20/05/2018
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Soul and Chips

Connecting the enlivening capabilities of computers to the spirit of schools rejuvenate the RE curriculum. Professor Julian Stern gives some tips for bringing the digital age to the religious sphere. e-Learning Update issue 63/64

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18/05/2018
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