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EARLI Virtual Conference - Webcasts of Keynotes

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maarten de laat
27 August 2011

The EARLI online virtual conference is on the theme of ‘Education for a Global Networked Society’. The EARLI virtual conference will be a practical realisation of the theme of education for a global networked society, allowing anyone in the world to participate in the EARLI conference.

During the Conference it is anticpated that we will webcast many of the keynotes live (and later link to recordings). These take place on the afternoons of Wednesday 31st August, Thursday 1st and Friday 2nd of Sept between 15:30 and 17:00 (British Summer Time). There will be three or four simultaneous webcasts on each day. Programme Details are here.

You don't  have to register to listen in on the conference but you will be able to engage in post keynote discussions if you do so please take a few minutes to create your profile from the link above (including a picture or image as your avatar) so that others get to know a bit about you. Please join any or as many of the Groups as you are interested in or start your own group or discussion. It might be an idea to upload your poster or paper as a file so that others can read it (There is a quick guide to using this site). The hot-seat debates on the bottom right relate to key-notes and one invited symposium. Please continue the debate.

The 'virtual rooms' are using Adobe Connect - for which you should not need any additional software. You can enter the room in 'guest' mode, select this option to log in) and just put in your own name at the prompt.

Programme details below. Please visit the EARLI Virtual Conference to join them or click on the links below.

The keynotes of the EARLI2011 conference will be streamed live in the following sites:

http://connect.exeter.ac.uk/newman

Stanislas Dehaene, Wednesday 31aug2011, 15.30 - 17.00
How Literacy changes the brain
Mien Segers, Friday 2sept2011, 15.30 - 17.00
Understanding student learning from a multidisciplinary perspective

http://connect.exeter.ac.uk/queens 

Anders Ericsson, Wednesday 31aug2011, 15.30 - 17.00
Deliberate Practice and the Future of Education & Professional Training
Frank Fischer, Thursday 1sept2011, 15.30 - 17.00
Interaction of Internal and External Scripts in Technology-Enhanced Collaborative Learning
Carla van Boxtel & Jannet van Drie, Friday 2sept2011, 15.30 - 17.00
Historical reasoning in the classroom. A domain-specific approach to learning and instrucion

http://connect.exeter.ac.uk/streatham

Shaaron Ainsworth, Wednesday 31aug2011, 15.30 - 17.00
Understanding and transforming multi-representational learning
Maarten Vansteenkiste, Thursday 1sept2011, 15.30 - 17.00
Dynamics of Autonomy and Control and Optimal Learning: Quality of Motivation Matters
Mary James & Andrew Pollard, Friday 2sept2011, 15.30 - 17.00
TLRP's ten principles for effective pedagogy: rationale, development, evidence, argument and impact

http://connect.exeter.ac.uk/parkermoot

Gert Biesta, Wednesday 31aug2011, 15.30 - 17.00
School and world: Democratic education for the networked society
Michael Reiss, Thursday 1sept2011, 15.30 - 17.00
Learning to Construct a New World: The Contribution of Science Education to a Global Networked Society
Julie Dockrell, Friday 2sept2011, 15.30 - 17.00
Children's oral language skills mediating learning and attainments

You can twitter comments or leave comments in the discussions on the virtual conference:
http://elac.ex.ac.uk:8080/earli_elgg/

You don't  have to register to listen in on the conference but you will be able to engage in post keynote discussions if you do so please take a few minutes to create your profile from the link above (including a picture or image as your avatar) so that others get to know a bit about you. Please join any or as many of the Groups as you are interested in or start your own group or disucussion. It might be an idea to upload your poster or paper as a file so that others can read it (There is a quick guide to using this site). The hot-seat debates on the bottom right relate to key-notes and one invited symposium. Please continue the debate.

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