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Join this webinar to discover personalised learning and how it can support both teachers and students in the classrooms.
20 March 2019 | Duration: 60 min
Speakers: Stamatina Anastopoulou, Rui Lima
A classroom with personalised learning does not have “one size fits all” approach to education, but instead focuses on customising the learning of students based on their strengths, needs, skills and interests. How can teachers embrace the personalized learning approach in their classrooms to make them more inclusive? What kind of potential does technology offer for both teachers and students in personalised learning?
Watch this webinar to discover personalized learning, and the possibilities that technology can offer for both teachers and students in their classrooms.
Watch the recording:
- Stamatina Anastopoulou - Technology-enhanced personalised learning. Untangling the evidence
- Rui Lima - Projects, personalisation and students commitment to learning
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Dr Stamatina Anastopoulou is a Marie Sklodowska-Curie research fellow. She has obtained this prestigious award to research personalised learning inquiries in museums and she is now based in University of Leicester. Prior to that she has been a Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Evaluation of Technology-enhanced Learning at Scale, at the Open University, UK. She has been involved in researching personalised learning across contexts, in Greece and the UK.
Master of Science in Education - Administration and School Organization, Rui Lima is a teacher at Colégio Monte Flor since 2001, where he is currently Head Teacher. He has collaborated with European Schoolnet in ASPECT and EQNet projects focusing on evaluation of digital educational resources and since 2007 he is involved in partnership projects under programs such as eTwinning, Challenge 20/20, Comenius and Erasmus +. In 2011, in Washington, he was considered by Microsoft one of the 18 most innovative teachers in the world, and since then collaborates with Microsoft in several training initiatives and as an adviser.