Open University presents: Technology-enabled Language Education for Migrants and Refugees in the UK
WhenApr 11, 2018 - Apr 11, 2018
Migration Museum at The Workshop,
26 Lambeth High Street,
London, SE1 7AG
Wednesday 11 April 2018 | 12pm–2pm
Migration Museum at the Workshop
26 Lambeth High Street, London, SE1 7AG
Free – registration essential (click to register via Eventbrite)
This roundtable discussion is designed to provoke discussion on the role of technology in language education for migrants and refugees. Are any current technologies relevant or useful? Are they a barrier to genuine human contact and learning? Should they be used much more widely and how might that come about?
Nafisah Graham-Brown, Management Council Member of NATECLA (National Association of Teaching English and other Community Languages to Adults)
Tom Hayton, Techfugees
Dr Michael Thomas, Professor of Language and Global Studies, University of Central Lancashire
Agnes Kukulska-Hulme is Professor of Learning Technology and Communication in the Institute of Educational Technology at The Open University and Past-President of the International Association for Mobile Learning. Her original background is in language teaching and learning. Recent projects include the MASELTOV project on personalized technologies for social inclusion, the British Council project on Mobile Pedagogy for English Language Teaching, and the SALSA project on language learning in the next generation of smart cities.
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