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(28 Apr 2016, 14:24)
Bene't Steinberg, Group Director of Public Affairs at Cambridge Assessment, welcomes the audience at the launch of the Cambridge Approach to Textbooks.
Our first speaker, Professor David Lambert of the Department of Curriculum, Pedagogy and Assessment, Institute of Education, University College London, provides an historical context behind the importance of books.
(28 Apr 2016, 27:42)
Fei Chen Lee of Times Publishing, Singapore, and Debbie Morgan from the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM) debate the use of textbooks in their own contexts.
Fei Chen Lee and Debbie Morgan debate the use of textbooks in their own contexts.
(28 Apr 2016, 19:29)
Tim Oates, Director of Assessment Research and Development at Cambridge Assessment, presents the Cambridge Approach to Textbooks.
The Cambridge Approach
(28 Apr 2016, 20:15)
We welcome representatives from publishing houses to discuss the current state of textbook production from differing specific perspectives:
'Support in the classroom' with Jane Mann of Cambridge University Press
'The digital edge' with Lis Tribe of Hodder Education Group
'Next phase - teacher generated online resources' with Lord Jim Knight of Times Education Supplement, TES
'Application - electronic library, cross over between books and resources' with Bron Duly of RM Books
We then take questions from the audience in the room and worldwide via Twitter and our live streams.
The current playing field - panel discussion
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