Great line up of speakers and workshops for the final School on the Cloud summit taking place today which showcases lots of different outputs from the project aimed at teachers, learners, leaders and policy-makers. The morning keynote by Sugata Mitra was, as always with Sugata, really inspirational. He's been working on his ideas around self-organised learning environments and plans to publish results soon from his 3 year project in different countries which will make interesting reading. Fundamental to Sugata's thinking is that the whole is greater that the sum of its parts when it comes to students working together.... interesting. ATiT is a partner in this project and Sally Reynolds is taking part in this summit. Here is the project website.
November 18, 2016