Live Streaming Cloud

Schools in the Cloud. Learning without teachers. It couldn't happen, could it?

We're hosting an event to debate the future of face-to-face learning. Taking place from 10:00 – 13:00 GMT on Tuesday 11 February 2014, the event will be live-streamed on this page. Simply visit this page and you'll be able to watch the live streaming as the event takes place.

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10:00 Chair's introduction (Bene't Steinberg, Group Director – Public Affairs, Cambridge Assessment)
10:05 Viewpoint debate 'Virtual learning: opportunity or threat?' with Professor Sugata Mitra, Lord David Puttnam CBE FRSA and Dr Nick Saville
11:00 Break
11:20 What's it really like to be in the cloud? What can actually be done now with technology? Showcase session featuring: Cambridge GCSE Computing Online, ALISON (Advanced Learning Interactive Systems Online), Futurelearn and Cambridge International Examinations.
12:15 Panel and audience discussion 'Technology and education: what's the future for face-to-face learning?' Chaired by Pat Glass MP, our previous presenters will be joined by Siôn Humphries (NAHT) and Nick Jones (Principal of Twickenham Academy). 
12:58 Chair's closing remarks
13:00 Finish