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IT in Teacher Education Research Fellowship Programme
Phase 1: 2015-2016
INVITATION TO APPLY for a RESEARCH FELLOWSHIP
ITTE Fellowships worth up to £1000 are available to support a Research Fellow to lead a team in the review and synthesis of existing research on a topic of interest within the field of digital technologies in educational settings. Projects should support ITTE's main aim which is to enhance the use of digital technology in all phases of education through effective teacher education and training and across the range of any UK curriculum.
29th International Conference
4th July 2015, London
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Shaping tomorrow's learning and teaching
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ITTE is pleased to welcome three significant and interesting keynote speakers who will help to shape the ITTE conference this year.
At the beginning of 2014, Ministers from DfE and BIS set up the Education Technology Action Group ETAG, an independent group. The group was to advise on how digital technology might empower teachers and learners by enabling innovation across schools, further education and higher education students, employers and the wider economy.
Make or Break: The UK's Digital Future was published on 17th February 2015. In this report the House of Lords Select Committee on Digital Skills expresses considerable anxiety about the digital future of the UK:
"There is ... a real concern that the UK will be left behind in this new digital era; we are at a tipping point. Digital businesses can locate anywhere in the world, and if we fail to provide the right conditions for them to flourish in the UK, we will become a branch economy, much less prosperous and influential than we could be."
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The committee was convened in June 2014 in order to consider information and communications technology, competitiveness and skills in the UK. A call for evidence was announced on 11 July 2014 with a deadline for written submissions on 5 September 2014. ITTE's contribution to the written evidence is included in the Evidence Volume (see page 59).