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  1. The rise in personalised story books and what it means for children's …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2017/sep/rise-personalised-story-books-and-what-it-means-childrens-privacy

    8 Sep 2017: The rise in personalised story books and what it means for children's privacy. 8 September 2017. Dr Natalia Kucirkova discusses privacy concerns surrounding the production of personalised story books, and what UCL is doing to help. Related News.

  2. Why the very idea of 'screen time' is muddled and misguided |…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2017/aug/why-very-idea-screen-time-muddled-and-misguided

    18 Aug 2017: Why the very idea of 'screen time' is muddled and misguided. 18 August 2017. Dr Natalia Kucirkova writes that 'screen time' is an outdated and misguided shorthand for all the different ways of interacting, creating and learning through screen-based

  3. Parenting in the age of artificial intelligence | Institute of…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2017/aug/parenting-age-artificial-intelligence

    7 Aug 2017: Parenting in the age of artificial intelligence. 7 August 2017. highlights the huge potential of AI in education, arguing that "The potential for the use of AI to make education tractable and visible is huge." Related News. Related Case Studies.

  4. New course in the Blended Essentials range | Institute of Education - …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2017/jul/new-course-blended-essentials-range

    24 Jul 2017: New course in the Blended Essentials range. 24 July 2017. comments on the latest course in the Blended Learning Essentials series of MOOCs. Entitled 'Developing Digital Skills', the course seeks to address the digital skills shortage. It starts in

  5. Intelligent computers will assess new treatments for NHS patients |…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2017/jul/intelligent-computers-will-assess-new-treatments-nhs-patients

    24 Jul 2017: Intelligent computers will assess new treatments for NHS patients. 24 July 2017. is leading a project that aims to speed up the appraisal of cancer drugs and other therapies using artificial intelligence. Read: The Times (£), PDF. Related News.

  6. Computing in schools - alarm bells over England's classes | Institute …

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2017/jun/computing-schools-alarm-bells-over-englands-classes

    19 Jun 2017: Computing in schools - alarm bells over England's classes. 19 June 2017. comments on the slow uptake among young people, and in particular girls, to study the GCSE in computer science. Related News. Related Case Studies. Related Research Projects.

  7. Anxious parents 'creating moral panic' over social media | Institute…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2017/jun/anxious-parents-creating-moral-panic-over-social-media

    5 Jun 2017: Anxious parents 'creating moral panic' over social media. 5 June 2017. Dr Sandra Leaton Gray talks about her new book, Invisibly Blighted: The Digital Erosion of Childhood, which suggests that parents create a moral panic over social media. Listen:

  8. Anxious parents 'creating moral panic' over social media | Institute…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2017/may/anxious-parents-creating-moral-panic-over-social-media

    31 May 2017: Anxious parents 'creating moral panic' over social media. 31 May 2017. Dr Sandra Leaton Gray's latest book, Invisibly Blighted: The Digital Erosion of Childhood, argues that parents are eroding childhood experiences and creating anxiety and

  9. The shape of things to come in higher education | Institute of…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2017/mar/shape-things-come-higher-education

    27 Mar 2017: The shape of things to come in higher education. 27 March 2017. comments on how artificial intelligence could be incorporated into teaching practice. Related News. Related Case Studies. Related Research Projects. Related Postgraduate Taught Courses.

  10. No evidence to back idea of learning styles | Institute of Education…

    https://www.ucl.ac.uk/ioe/news/2017/mar/no-evidence-back-idea-learning-styles

    20 Mar 2017: No evidence to back idea of learning styles. 20 March 2017. and Emeritus Professor Frank Coffield sign an open letter that seeks to draw attention to practices that are not evidence-based. The letter aims to encourage neuroscientists and

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