Sydney School of Education and Social Work events – 2015 Archive

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Implementing mobile learning in schools

22 April 2015

A Research on Learning and Educational Innovation seminar with Dr Boris Handal.

Dr Boris Handal is an associate professor in educational technologies at the University of Notre Dame, Australia. He has taught in schools and universities for more than 30 years in Australia, Asia and Latin America. Last year he was invited to be a visiting professor by the University of Alberta to study the implementation of digital technologies in schools in North America.

During 2014, Dr Handal visited 30 educational sites and interviewed more than 100 eminent teachers, principals, district superintendents and academics in the US, Canada and Australia to study the implementation of mobile digital devices in teaching and learning. During that period evidence and exemplars were collected that related to issues that currently challenge educators worldwide, including modern pedagogies, digital citizenship, institutional change, equity and professional learning. His upcoming book Mobile Makes Learning Free provides new conceptual frameworks to understand best practice in the field of mobile learning.

Event details

  • When: 11am–12.30pm

  • Where: Education Building A35, Room 612

  • Cost: Free

  • Contact: Sadhbh Warren
    T: 9351 2612
    E:sadhbh.warren@sydney.edu.au

  • More info: Arrive at 10.45am for refreshments, or
    attend online at http://webconf.ucc.usyd.edu.au/seminar-room2/

  • Speaker:

    Dr Boris Handal is an associate professor and ICT Lecturer in the Sydney School of Education, University of Notre Dame, Australia, and coordinates various eLearning subjects for primary- and secondary-school teaching courses. Before joining Notre Dame, Dr Handal taught undergraduate and postgraduate students in the fields of pure mathematics, primary- and secondary-mathematics education methods and eLearning units at the University of Technology Sydney, University of Newcastle, University of Western Sydney and Macquarie University.

    Dr Handal has published widely on various educational issues in academic journals and conference proceedings. His research topics include curriculum development, implementation and evaluation in mathematics education, teaching and learning, instructional design and online learning technologies in school and universities.



Implementing mobile learning in schools

Where Education Building A35
Room 612

When

22 April 2015


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