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Published on 3rd April 2019, the government released its strategy for education providers and the technology industry
This session by Technology, Pedagogy and Education Association (TPEA) members will explain how teachers as co-researchers have investigated digital technologies in order to customise their teaching techniques and make more accurate assessments of pupils’ learning interests and progress.
by Gary Trotter
As an NQT in 1989 I was working in a Year 4 to 6 junior school in Norfolk when I was visited by my patch advisor who was going to observe my lesson. Was I good enough? Would I get the sack if not?
Can The International Society Of Technology In Education’s Standards In Computing Be Adapted For Use In The UK?
by Terry Freedman
ISTE wanted to find ways of working with UK educators, and I felt that the Association for Information Technology in Teacher Education (ITTE) and the Technology, Pedagogy and Education Association (TPEA) could form a useful partnership with ISTE.
by Ian Rae
I have never failed to be surprised by the incredible power of music to re-create memories. I only have to hear a piece of music from my past and almost immediately my mind will go back to the time when I first heard that piece of music, or I will be reminded of locations and occasions where and when I used to hear it played.
What is the TPEA?
In order to strengthen the voice of professional experts in advising on the national computing strategy, ITTE and MirandaNet, the two leading education research bodies in the UK and internationally, will join together under the new name of the Technology, Pedagogy and Education Association. This learned community, launched in 2019, aims to influence policy and practice in education technology. The TPEA moniker was chosen to align with ITTE’s well established international journal of the same name.
We publish widely in professional journals, newsletters and in the education press and write most of the standard course books used in teacher education published by Routledge.
The partnership between ITTE and MirandaNet will give TPEA 1,500 international members representing a wide range of education technology (EdTech) experts including university and college lecturers, advisory services and independent consultants, school leaders, classroom teachers, researchers and edtech companies who all share an interest in improving learning through the application of digital technology in teaching and through the effective teaching of Computing as a curriculum subject.