Pearson Digital Live: Evolving Education | 26–29 April 2021

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Following the success of last year’s event, Pearson is thrilled to announce our free virtual Digital Live conference is back this spring, taking place between 26-29 April. Join us as we reflect on a year of unprecedented digital transformation and explore what next – from practical ideas to exploring the latest innovations. 

Our theme for this event is ‘Evolving Education’, where we’ve invited educators from across the curriculum and industry experts to explore practical delivery ideas to support blended teaching and learning, and discuss key themes relating to the world of EdTech. As you adapt to the latest situation, there will inevitably be ongoing disruption and the need to support groups of students via a combination of both online and offline learning. The key themes for the event are:

  • A year of reflection: join us as we discuss lessons learnt from teaching remotely plus approaches and techniques to optimising blended learning, and ideas on how to use technology to engage adult learners.
  • EdTech advances for a future beyond the classroom: learn more about onscreen assessment, developing entrepreneurial and employability skills, and how to embrace digital innovation in colleges.
  • Supporting disadvantaged and SEN students: watch our panel discussion on using technology most effectively for students with special educational needs; plus, techniques to overcome the lack of access to technology for those from disadvantaged backgrounds.
  • Inspiration and innovation: join us for a workshop by an artist in residence, and gain tips on using creative media.

We’d welcome all educators to join us at Digital Live – follow the link to find the detailed agenda, profiles of the speakers and register today.

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