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Friday, June 28 • 10:00am - 10:50am
'Let the world come to you' Global skills through immersive worlds

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Participants will be able to explore global learning, immersive technologies and pedagogies through the unique Lyfta platform, and consider how this supports the new Ofsted curriculum framework and holistic development priorities in their own contexts.

You will learn from a number of case studies from schools across the country about the rich and high quality experience of their learners, to help you identify the key skills and values which are important to you in your school’s context. You will be invited to consider how these can be embedded in your teaching, pedagogical approach, lesson and assembly planning through a curriculum for 21st Century skills.

The session is appropriate for primary, secondary, special schools and alternative provision alike, covering ideas which are suitable for all abilities from KS2 upwards, learners with SEND and through to more able students.

Participants do not have to be technically savvy or have access to sophisticated technology in their schools. It is advisable to bring a tablet device or laptop to the session if you can.

Suitable for:

- Teachers and leaders of SMSC, PSHE and Global Citizenship
- School and college leaders
- People with an interest in using film and animation to bring the classroom learning experience alive
- Teacher training students and NQTs looking to bring innovation and wider pedagogical understanding of global skills to their schools

Speakers
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Penny Rabiger

Director of Engagement, Lyfta
Penny Rabiger is a long-serving and committed educationalist with an active and abiding interest in collaboration as a vehicle to personal, professional and organisational growth and development. Following an Anthropology degree at the University of Sussex, Penny travelled in search... Read More →


Friday June 28, 2019 10:00am - 10:50am
TG2.05 The Gateway Building, 2nd Floor

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