Monday 8 July - Wednesday 10 July 2013
IT in Teacher Education (ITTE) UK Annual Conference
Our associate companies will be supporting the 2013 MirandaMods at the at the ITTE conference at Bedford in July 8/9/10 and at other events during the year.
The Future Learning research exchange aims to influence policy and practice in educational innovation.
MirandaMods: using digital communication technologies join education professionals across institutional and national boundaries.
Resources from the old MirandaNet site.
MirandaNet Report into Nursery Furniture
It doesn't always have to be IT-based! MirandaNet has just published an interesting report on some delightful furniture ideas for young learners. At the end of the summary there is a link to the full report, as well as a link to a summary of the discussion that the grown-ups had about kitting out IT rooms.
Miranda's submission to the ICT curriculum consultation, UK
Thanks to the members from many countries who have been involved in face-to-face and online sessions over the last year about the ICT curriculum changes in the UK. You will find the report and all our background resources and materials by following the link. It makes for interesting reading.
Christina Preston wins Naace Lifetime Achievement Award
The MirandaNet Fellowship is very pleased to announce that Naace has just awarded MirandaNet's founder Christina Preston its special Lifetime Achievement Award. The citation reads: “Winning this award is a measure of the esteem with which the Naace community holds the contribution that has been made to our mission of advancing education through the appropriate use of ICT. This award is made by the Naace Board of Management.”
19 May 2013: Might be Spring Newsletter 2013
For 20 years more than 750 MirandaNet Fellowship members in 80 countries have committed to sharing their experience and expertise in educational innovation using digital technologies by publishing new professional knowledge in this fast moving field. Membership is free, and members ...
The iCatalyst Educational Innovation Consultancy draws on a team of experienced MirandaNet Fellows to undertake international research, development and dissemination projects. A particular expertise is action research-based professional development programmes for schools, ...
MirandaNet Fellows built the World Ecitizens website after the events of 9/11 in New York to provide students from all nations and cultures with the opportunity to express how they will 'Create the World WE want'. One development in this area is the Peace Room where students can nominate the ...