Ros Walker

…learning, education, disability and stuff

Seminars & Conferences

This is a selection of the seminars and conferences at which I have been invited to speak:

  • United Learning Mobile Learning conferences (Nov 2013): Opening keynote
  • ALT-C (Sep 2013) – “I don’t think I would be where I am right now.” Pupil perspectives on using mobile devices for learning. (also published in Research in Learning Technology Journal)
  • BETT (Feb 2013) – Should pupils be allowed mobile devices in the classroom?
  • IATEFL (Harrogate, April 2006): Using interactive Technologies in Teaching and Learning English as a Foreign Language.
  • Primary Languages Show (Manchester, March 06): Using Interactive Technologies with Young Language Learners
  • Conference for Sustainable Development (Beijing, November 2005)  Keynote speaker: “The Role of ICT in Education for Sustainable Development”
  • Service Children’s Education ICT conference (Germany): Speaker at annual conference
  • The Education Show (London, September 2004): Beyond the interactive whiteboard – a whole-class approach to ICT
  • BETT (2003 and 2004) – Seminars given on the use of interactive whiteboards in schools
  • ITTE, Trinity and All Saints University College (Leeds, July 2003)
    ‘Effective use of interactive whiteboards in the classroom; implications for teacher training.’
  • Learning Lab Conference, (University of Wolverhampton, June 2003)
    ’Researching the Use of Interactive Whiteboards in whole class teaching’ – presented jointly with Diana Bannister (Midlands Leadership Centre)
  • EuroCALL (Finland, 2002) ‘Effective Use of Interactive Whiteboards in the Languages Classroom’
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