We were honoured to be asked to contribute an article in the March 2019 edition of SEBBM, the Spanish biochemical society’s journal. The core theme of this edition is “University Education in the Modern World”. We really enjoyed the series, and have summarised each publication below.
Learning Science are proud to sponsor and exhibit at the 7th International Symposium of Engineering Education (ISEE 2018) conference at UCL Faculty of Engineering on the 17th and 18th July 2018.
The overall topic is A Connected Engineering Curriculum - Learning Through Enquiry and Practice. Bill and Stan will be at the Learning Science stand both days. You are very welcome to say hello and find out about how Smart Worksheets could take your teaching labs to the next level.
In a recent collaboration with the Primary Science Teaching Trust, we are proud to announce the launch of www.wowscience.co.uk, a child friendly gateway to high quality primary science resources on the internet and beyond. Whether you want videos, games, experiments or apps, our focus is clear: accurate science presented in a fun and engaging way.
Dr John Eastman, one of our directors, is presenting at the Excellence in Postgraduate Education workshop at Cranfield University on the 26th April 2018.
The workshop is free to attend with some places still available at the last time of checking. The focus is on innovation in postgraduate teaching methods.
Here is the abstract of John’s talk, entitled Technology enhanced learning to support postgraduate education:
Welcome to Learning Science’s News Digest for May 2017.
This month we’re talking tuition fees, top tips for digital learning, and student resilience among other things.
Learning Science Ltd invites you to a free demonstration at Digifest 2017, 14-15 March at the International Convention Centre, Broad Street, Birmingham.
Digifest 2017 is a two day exhibition, celebrating the power of digital and its capacity to transform teaching and learning.
If you are planning on attending, we warmly invite you to attend our presentation on "Flipped laboratory teaching incorporating online assessments".
Welcome to Learning Science’s News Digest for February 2017.
In case you missed the inaugural edition, each month we feature news stories, articles and blogs from across the Internet on topics including Higher Education Policy, education and tech innovations and other aspects of modern student life.
Here at Learning Science we are approaching our 10-year anniversary, an opportunity to reflect on the past and look forward to the future. So we were particularly interested in the new NMC Horizons report on upcoming education technology. See the Guest Topic section below for more details, and stay tuned for our anniversary articles and lists later this year.
Each month we’ll feature a selection of news pieces, articles and blogs from across the Internet. We’ll be focussing on three hot topics: News from the Education (particularly Higher Education) sphere, education and tech innovations or studies that caught our eye, and other aspects of student life today.
Our guest topic this month is New Year, New Education? What is predicted to change in 2017... and what should change (in the opinion of one academic)?