Raise standards with immersive audio that resonates, reduces workload & deepens learning

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Raise standards with immersive audio that resonates, reduces workload & deepens learning

29 Mar 2023
Teaching & Learning
Innovation , Skills , Inclusion
A recent Impact Report by Chrysalis Research on the use of immersive audio found this approach was overwhelmingly used as a whole class activity and of teachers surveyed: 92% said it enriches the curriculum; Over two thirds said it inspires quality writing, helps retention and particularly benefits pupils of lower abilities. Join ICT Evangelist Mark Anderson as he speaks to 3 leading primary school educators about their experiences and the benefits of implementing immersive audio in the classroom, including how it can: Re-engage pupils' love of learning; Deliver the curriculum and reduce workloads; Enable inclusion and diversity in the classroom; Improve writing and reading; Promotes discussion skills and critical thinking; Develop social and emotional skills.
Chairperson
Mark Anderson, Director at ICT Evangelist / Head of Education at NetSupport - ICT Evangelist / NetSupport
Speakers
Lady Kirsty Grundy, Principal and Trust Primary Director - Shireland Technology Primary (part of Shireland Collegiate Academy Trust)
Martin Bailey, Digital Enrichment Leader - Lanchester EP Primary School ' Co.Durham
Jade Parker, Teacher - Shireland Collegiate Academy Trust

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