A virtual school with a research based learning approach linking schools across Europe and beyond. Collaborative learning for staff and students. Creating knowledge and developing lifelong learning skills. This project is attracting attention from around the world.
EPS2.0 stands for the Educational Positioning System - Version 2. It has been developed by Dr. Julia Atkin and our sister organisation, Core Education - New Zealand for use in self review for whole school visioning. It is currently being piloted by Core Education in the UK context.
For the past year Core Education have been privileged to work with Apple sending expert speakers and trainers to promote their products at education focused conferences, seminars and exhibitions worldwide.
Richard Millwood is an Advisory Member to this association which aims to connect to, consolidate, and disseminate knowledge about ICT-related transformations in European school education. The experts' network analyses and reflects upon the processes linked to the transition towards the knowledge society. It intends to link theoretical insights and research experiences with policy aims and their implementation in order to contribute to the quality of European school education.
At the University of Bolton we are creating opportunity for those for whom university does not fit, we are making learning & teaching more fulfilling and more delightful, we are looking to widen participation in higher education and promote life-long learning, we are making learning meaningful in people's lives.
The IDeA have commissioned Core Education to develop their capacity to offer an online community of practice service for local authority improvement.
Becta invited Core Education to review this principle and produce advice for practitioners and developers. The original quality principles for digital learning resources were published in April 2006 and relate to the design and use of digital learning resources to support effective learning and teaching. They are applicable to a range of ages and contexts, including the schools and post-16 sectors.
Core Education was commissioned to effectively communicate the purpose and scope of the IDeA's strategy for supporting knowledge management in Local Authorities
Core Education has partnered with Kris Popat to develop an interactive online Learner Needs Analysis tool for Macmillan professionals
Come and learn with us! We offer a wide range of learning activities, from half day face to face workshops, online conversations with guest experts to blended 7 week courses.
Middlesex University offers a variety of online modules through their Midwheb Online virtual learning environment. Core Education Associate, Hamish Scott Brown is currently supporting this innovative initiative and is facilitating learning in several modules ...
The UK National Archive of Educational Computing documents the development of learning technology through its invention, application, organisations and people over the last half century. Key collections include Richard Fothergill's personal archive, The Computers in the Curriculum Project, The National Interactive Video Centre and Ultralab.
Our annual 'unconference'!
Core Education used telephone interviews and desk research to create an evaluation report on this innovative scheme to share expertise between schools about ICT issues.
The Open University (OU), in conjunction with eSkills, have recently won a large government bid to set up ICT professional development provision for all state registered schools across England.
An annual lecture based on Dr. Stan Owers' thesis 'The place and perception of Technology in the curriculum' to sustain the debate about technology in education and society.
UNESCO - The Future of Knowledge Acquisition and Sharing. Core Education supported the meeting of a UNESCO High Level Group of Visionaries in Kronberg, Germany, June 2007, sponsored by the German Commission to UNESCO and BASF. In partnership with UNESCO we created the structure of the meeting and facilitated dialogue around the long-term future of knowledge. Core Education collected video statements from young people around Europe and soon to include more from New Zealand, and these together with responses from the Kronberg delegates can be viewed at: www.futureknowledge.org
Doctors, nurses and other health professionals are trained to be, not surprisingly doctors or nurses or health professionals. But who teaches them and what qualifications do they have as teachers? The Post Graduate Certificate in Medical Education (PGCME) is an invaluable qualification in any health professional’s toolbox.
In a bold and ambitious move the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority engaged with innovative teachers and consultants throughout the country in a programme of curriculum development - Core Education is supporting this initiative online.
Brunel University, under the leadership of Prof Marilyn Leask, won a Teacher Development Agency (TDA) bid to breath new life into the TDA Special Educational Needs (SEN) Portal. As part of that work, Core Education were asked to take responsibility for the Innovation Strand of work.
Digital technologies provide a wide range of tools which research shows can enhance and support teaching and learning. However, this knowledge is not uniformly available across disciplines. This project aims to provide materials which are cross-disciplinary in application and which, through collaborative pedagogy and innovative assessment processes, supported by Web 2.0 online community working, induct staff into the power of collaboration and the re-purposing of OERs.