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Monday, July 22 • 8:00am - 12:00pm
The Problem Finders

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Project-based learning has been let down in too many instances with “fake”, academic, theoretical problems that need solving. The learning processes involved are at best fuzzy for most educators: what is “collaboration”, “student-designed” and “student-led” learning?

NEW and IMPROVED session for BLC13

  • Learn from the creative practices of some of the best media and tech companies in the world.
  • Find out what the independent and collaborative learning skills and processes these growing creative industries, and other business, require.
  • Hear inspiring mini-talks, stories from schools around the world and participate in a series of highly engaging discussions and exercises.

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Tom Barrett

Senior Consultant, NoTosh Ltd
Tom Barrett is one of the UK’s best known classroom teachers, working in the elementary schools sector. He curates and shares thousands of practical ideas from teachers across the globe on his blog edte.ch, and puts into practice the very best thinking on educational technology to inspire and engage children in their learning. | Tom works on leadership, technology adoption and improving teacher capacity with NoTosh in schools across the... Read More →
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Ewan McIntosh

Founder, CEO, NoTosh Limited
Ewan McIntosh is the founder of NoTosh Limited, a Scotland and Australia-based company with a global reputation for researching and delivering new learning opportunities for some of the world’s top creative companies and school districts. | | McIntosh’s company, NoTosh Limited, develops products and services with creative companies on the one hand, and then takes the processes, attitudes and research gained there to the world of... Read More →

Monday July 22, 2013 8:00am - 12:00pm
White Hill - 4th Floor (C wing)

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