|Classroom as crucible and catalyst: visual learning case studies|
|Wednesday, 30 September 2009|
This project will build on the existing 2008/9 WLE project Visual Learning resource Seeing the Meaning: the use of Display Technologies to Enhance Teaching and Learning. Classroom examples of best practice will be video recorded, uploaded to the Visual Learning website (see above). Practitioners will be interviewed about the pedagogical and theoretical underpinning of their use of innovative technologies for visual learning, and the ways in which they disseminate and embed their innovation both within their own schools and across the wider educational community. The ‘Seeing the Meaning' resource will be expanded to include at least 20 video case studies, together with practitioner analysis. From this a typology will be developed examining the ways in which the classroom, the institution and wider collaborative networks are both used and developed as sites for innovation, learning, partnership and collaboration.