The latest neuroscientific studies on how children learn are changing traditional teaching methods. Claudia Hammond reveals new work which could challenge long held beliefs, and meets the teachers and children taking part in this ground breaking work. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b00sxgs6#synopsis
Neuroeducational Research Network – It’s worth checking out the resources link. You can access some cutting edge research on the interface between Neuroscience, Technology and Education.
Dr Paul Howard-Jonesat the University of Bristol ins engaged in interesting research on neuroscience and education, game-based learning and creativity. He is particularly interested in Teaching With Immersive Gaming (twigging) and you can find out more about this here
Here’s some good Teachers TV clips on Technology & Education (with a particuular focus on Media)
This clip might on Good-Outstanding in MFL might be interesting for Laura.
Here is Sugata Mitra’swebsite