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Technology enhanced learning
Professor Don Passey
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My main areas of research focus on: Teaching and learning outcomes arising from uses of leading edge technologies, principally in primary and secondary schools; Implementation and management of leading edge technologies at local authority and individual institution levels; Uses of data and development of data systems to support curriculum and educational practices; How home and out-of-school practices can enhance and support learning at an individual pupil level; How technologies support young people who are at risk of learning exlusion or who are hard to reach; How evaluation and research can be undertaken to support policy and practice.
PhD Supervision Interests
Uses and impacts of technologies and technology-based resources in formal educational environments
Uses and impacts of technologies and technology-based resources across informal and formal learning environments
Specific aspects of learning and how these are impacted by technologies
How technologies are used by and impact young people who find it hard to learn or who are vulnerable
Uses of data management and data handling in school-based and lifelong learning contexts
His work has focused on a number of main areas:
Here Don Passey talks about his research interests.
He has undertaken studies for the government department in England, government agencies, and, in a number of countries, commercial and non-commercial groups, educational institutions and schools to inform both policy and practice.
Current research and writing includes:
Recently completed studies:
Don was the course director of the MRes in Innovation in School Practice (a course developed specifically for the SSAT), and also taught on the MA in Education programme (in modules EDS 801, EDS 812 and EDS 813). He has recently convened a new module (EDS 313) for the undergraduate PinE programme called 'Learning in a Digital Age', and teaches in the EDS207 module on the same programme.
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