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Summit of Education: Vice-Chancellor's welcome address
(01 Jan 0001, 32:17)
How learning and digitalisation can come together in order to solve problems for future learners.
Shaping education technology for future learners - Geoff Stead
(01 Jan 0001, 33:23)
The rise of artificial intelligence and machine learning means educators need to focus on helping learners outwit the robots.
Is education ready for AI? - Rose Luckin
(16 Sep 2019, 22:34)
Lynda Bramwell, Liz Duncombe and Andrew Field of Cambridge Assessment International Education provide an overview of their summit session on how a focus on teaching can improve the impact of technology for learners.
How can a focus on pedagogy improve the impact of technology
(16 Sep 2019, 17:59)
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In this podcast based on their Summit of Education afternoon session, Nicky Rushton and Darren Macey of Cambridge Maths discuss how new technologies have the potential to transform the delivery of a subject like mathematics in classrooms.
Using technology to ensure curriculum coherence
(16 Sep 2019, 07:50)
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At the Summit of Education, Kate Bailey of CEM and Lydia Cuddy-Gibbs of ARK explored the importance of children’s first year at school for their future progress.
In this podcast Kate Bailey explains how teachers and policy-makers can support young children during this phase of their development.
Preparing for the future: the importance of the first year in school
(16 Sep 2019, 34:42)
What role can technology play in learning and when and how does it need to be restricted? Examples from Cambridge International, Cambridge English and OCR
Using technology to improve feedback in the teaching and learning process
(16 Sep 2019, 06:59)
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As part of the Cambridge Assessment Summit of Education, Group Archivist Gillian Cooke led a breakout session looking back at the technology Cambridge Assessment used in the 19th and 20th centuries. Here she explains how the group has continually embraced innovation. Cambridge Assessment has a 160-year legacy but without technology we couldn’t have started!
Technological challenges from our past
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