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The Future of Education: Evidence and Technology in the Classrom

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A growing number of teachers, researchers, and policy makers are arguing for the development of an evidence based education system. How can research techniques, such as randomly controlled trials, and recent advances in technology be harnessed to improve the educational experience? And how can policy facilitate these changes?

Join the Cambridge University Science and Policy Exchange on Thursday 22nd January as we debate this topical and fascinating policy.

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The lecture will be followed by a wine reception. Students working in a relevant area to the policy debate can apply to attend the post-lecture dinner with the speakers and will be notified if they have a place prior to the event date.

Speakers for this policy debate include:

  • Professor Anna Vignoles – Professor of Education at the University of Cambridge and Visiting Professor at the Institute of Education
  • Professor Angela McFarlane – Chief Executive of the College of Teachers
  • Mr Mark Anderson – Managing Director, Pearson UK
  • Mr Ross Neilson – Head of Policy – Higher Education and Professions at Social Mobility and Child Poverty Commission

This policy debate is generously sponsored by Cambridge Assessment, Teach First and the Centre for Applied Research in Educational Technologies and endorsed by British Education Research Association.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University Science and Policy Exchange (CUSPE) series.

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