Deep Learning in the Disciplines: A focus on Geography, History, and Modern Foreign Languages
16th May 2019 : 13:00 - 15:00
Research Group: Subject Pedagogy
Speaker: Katharine Burn, Roger Firth, Laura Molway, Trevor Mutton, Jason Todd, Nicola Warren-Lee, and Robert Woore (Department of Education, University of Oxford)
Location: Seminar Room G, Department of Education
Convener: Gabriel Stylianides
This is the second seminar in a 3-part seminar series on the topic of Deep Learning in the Disciplines organised by the Subject Pedagogy Research Group.
Questions that will be considered under this series include, but are not limited to, the following:
- How can deep learning in a particular discipline look like? What would be examples of shallow learning?
- How is new evidence developed and established in a particular discipline?
Each seminar will focus on 2 or 3 subject areas and will involve brief subject-specific presentations on aspects related to the topic of the seminar, followed by cross-subject discussions. This second seminar will focus on Geography (Firth & Warren-Lee), History (Burn & Todd), and Modern Foreign Languages (Molway, Mutton, & Woore). The third and last seminar will focus on Science and Religious Education (June 24, 10.30am-noon, rooms K/L).
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