Tillsammans med Sarah Horrocks från London Connected Learning Centre och Jonas Jegers, Irisgruppen, diskuterar vi hur elever, lärare, föräldrar och edtech företag kan samverka för att skapa digitalt lärande som ger mervärden.
Digital learning for inclusion Innovation is often about daring to start, test and evaluate. This morning we listen to Sarah Horrocks, director of the London Connected Learning Center and Jonas Jegers, the Iris Group two people who are not afraid to start testing and who are running projects on inclusion through digital learning.
The London Connected Learning Center works with students, teachers and parents to introduce digital learning to students with a variety of needs. It increases knowledge development but also counteracts future digital exclusion and promotes participation in society. https://londonclc.org.uk/
In October, the Iris Group introduces a new format for SFI education that, with AI, tailors each participant’s path through the training. The goal is to increase the tempo, the level of ambition and the degree of completion of the participants. Sana Labs is partnering with its solution where artificial intelligence creates the precondition for individual adaptation on several levels.
During the seminar, we will discuss the importance of innovation and digital learning to reach the people who need it most, what partnerships social innovation requires and what more areas of learning and education that with innovation and development can have a great impact on inclusion.
Sarah is the director of London Connected Learning Centre, which supports schools and educators in all aspects of digital technology. Sarah was previously a primary teacher and deputy headteacher. She now oversees the centre’s programme which includes research, digital strategy, developing teachers’ competencies, involving young people in creative use of digital technologies, supporting families’ digital skills and making partnerships between schools, businesses and cultural organisations Sarah’s team is made up of teachers, multimedia specialists, family learning tutors, filmmakers, and technicians.