Ten years of using creative digital technology in the classroom will be reflected on at the Market Place Theatre and AmmA Centre, Armagh on March 12 as Northern Ireland’s Creative Learning Centres present Future Classrooms 2015.
Delivered as part of Creativity Month, this year’s conference will focus on what we’ve learnt about the reality and impact of STEAM based learning over the past decade as well as showcasing international best practice while exploring future challenges for creativity in learning.
The keynote speaker for 2015 is Learning Without Frontiers founder Graham Brown-Martin, described by leading educationalist Sir Ken Robinson as ‘an ideal guide through the complex terrain of ideas and innovations that might just create the new forms of education that we really need.’
Learning Without Frontiers is a global think tank that’s brought together renowned educators, technologists and creative to share provocative and challenging ideas about the future of learning.
John Peto, Director of Education at Nerve Centre said: ‘We are delighted to be bringing a speaker of the international caliber of Graham Brown-Martin to share his insights with teachers and educationalists here in Northern Ireland around the future of learning and technology and how it will impact directly upon the ways in which our young people learn.
'Future Classrooms has rapidly become a standout event in the education calendar here. As a free event, teachers and school leaders should sign up quickly while space is available.’