International Pioneer to Keynote
Teachers need a ‘learning design support environment,’ says international learning and teaching pioneer Diana Laurillard of the United Kingdom. Laurillard will keynote the big LERN annual conference in New Orleans, Dec. 2-5, 2015.
Some 15 years ago, Laurillard introduced to Canada and the United States what 21st-century learning would look like, education that is “personalized and offering choice.”
We are excited to have her keynote the big LERN Annual Conference and provide her perspective and ideas on the state of learning in the 21st century now, and where learning is headed from here.
Laurillard is with the London Learning Lab and Institute of Education in the UK. She says her current research interests are in learning and teaching, instructional design, learning design, learning technology, cognitive neuroscience and eLearning.
For more on her work, including access to more than ten of her most recent papers on learning and education, go to http://ioe.academia.edu/DianaLaurillard
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