Pete Atherton is a Keynote speaker in Week 3 of the e-Assessment Question Virtual Conference

Pete Atherton Keynote Speaker at The e-Assessment Question April 2020 in London

Pete Atherton, Author, 50 Ways to Use Technology Enhanced Learning in the Classroom is a Keynote speaker in Week 3 of the e-Assessment Question Virtual Conference.

Week 3 focuses on Technology, HE and Regulation with speakers of international reputation who are leading research and development into areas of assessment that many may not even know exist. Exploring new approaches to assessing students’ conceptual understanding will be considered, together with insightful case studies in the HE sector. The contributors are prominent thought-leaders in their sectors – not only from a research viewpoint, but also from practical implementation at scale. This week ends with a look at the implications of data protection legislation on the way in which testing can be conducted and is a great opportunity to join in a discussion with representatives from the national regulators across the UK.

Read more about the full conference programme here.

His keynote presentation, How I became an edtech double agent will look at how you empower trainee teachers to become a better teacher and support students using edtech.

Pete says, “I am really excited about drawing ideas from the talented delegates and speakers. I am passionate about moving the debate on edtech and assessment.”

About Pete Atherton

Pete is a passionate, skilled and committed person, a teacher for over 20 years, now a writer and lecturer. Pete is “always learning and always educating”. He has delivered numerous well-received lectures, presentations and training sessions to discuss his book – 50 Ways to Use Technology Enhanced Learning in the Classroom.

His next book on edtech is scheduled for publication at the end of 2020.

Find out more about Pete Atherton on LinkedIn here

Hear Pete Atherton’s Podcast as part of the eAA’s podacast series here.

Articles from Pete Atherton

  • Kahoot! And assessment: read it here.
  • Bridging the chasm – a study of the realities of edtech use among trainee teachers: read it here
  • Introducing Teachgrowth: view it here
  • 10 essential edtech ideas to share with your team: read it here.
  • 5 time-saving tech solutions for new teachers: read it here.
  • 5 ways that technology impacts education: read it here.
  • 4 ways to use virtual reality (V.R) in your teaching: read it here.