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The MirandaNet Fellowship
The MirandaNet Fellowship, established in 1992, is an international professional organisation of policy makers, educators, developers and researchers who collaborate in exchanging ideas and support as well as publishing research studies, case studies and reports aimed at improving the use of innovative digital technologies in classrooms and in professional learning communities.
Some the evidence for innovation is published by members who become involved the iCatalyst programme, a practice-based continuing professional development programme designed by the educators themselves to underpin change. In this programme the educators use digital technologies to solve existing challenges in classrooms and communities. They publish their articles, case studies and innovative multi-modal publications for colleagues in the MirandaNet e-journals. These MirandaNet case studies are a rich source of data for practitioners and for the researchers who collaborate with governments, government agencies, charities and large and small companies to understand more about the best ways of encouraging innovation in teaching and learning.
The MirandaNet Fellows also undertake research reports for companies, governments and charities.
Joining the MirandaNet Fellowship as a professional scholar
The MirandaNet Fellowship offers professionals engaged with digital technologies a means of informal networking and professional development as well as opportunities for consultancy. Membership is free to education professionals working in schools, colleges and universities. Fellowships are awarded to scholars who add to the MirandaNet knowledge base through web publication of a 2,000-word peer-reviewed case study and by presentations at conferences and seminars. Any professional is welcome to join as a member or a scholar if she or he is committed to the use of advanced technologies in the transformation of teaching and learning.
Membership brings a number of benefits to members: members' profiles are published on the site, they receive MirandaNews, our newsletter, and they can participate in debates on MirandaLink and in our Forums. For more information about the different categories of membership,investigate the How to Join section.
Joining the MirandaNet Fellowship as an associate consultant
The MirandaNet Fellowship, a non profit-making professional organisation, engages in a variety of research and continuing development projects. Professional members and company associates join in bidding to a range of different funding organisations with a particular focus on innovation and change in teaching and learning. Professional educators and company representative are invited to apply for associateship status in order to be part of this process. Individuals, companies and other organisations are welcome to explore this associateship process. For more details about the associateship proposition email Christina Preston (), for a list of services and subscription levels.
23 April 2013
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...
15 April 2013
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...
10 March 2013
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:...
19 May 2013
Might be Spring Newsletter 2013
Next Diary Event
Monday 8 July - Wednesday 10 July 2013
IT in Teacher Education (ITTE) UK Annual Conference