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Find out about Move2Learn via project updates, events we have participated in, our research publications and the resources we have produced.
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“Designing‘ Embodied’ Science Learning Experiences for Young Children” awarded Best Paper at HCII2020 Conference
Paper titled "Designing ‘Embodied’ Science Learning Experiences for Young Children," by Move2Learn team members Rhiannon Thomas Jha, Sara Price (University College London, United Kingdom), and Alison Motion (Learning Through Landscapes, United Kingdom), was given the Best Paper Award of the 7th International Conference on Learning and Collaboration Technologies, in Copenhagen, on 21 July, 2020.
From Design to Difference: Increasing impact of your IDC Research
This virtual workshop was led by M2L team members Andrew Manches, Alexia Revueltas Roux, Karen Davies, Sharon MacNab, Sara Price and Minna Orvokki Nygren. Workshop goals included: increased awareness of diverse ways IDC research can have impact; increased critical understanding of challenges to building/sustaining impact; and critical reflection ways to increase impact of participants' research.
AERA 2020 virtual poster presentation by M2L Team members Manches, Lindgren and Ghazali-Mohammed
Video Analysis to Real-Time Observation of Adult-Child Interaction: The Challenge of Translation was presented in a virtual conference room at the American Educational Research Association (AERA) 2020 virtual conference.
Move2Learn UK team awarded ScotPEN Wellcome Engagement Award to expand research
In order to expand the Move2Learn research, the project's UK leadership team applied for and received an award from the Wellcome Trust, titled Move2Learn4Teachers.
Sharing the life of a learning scientist with primary school children
Andrew Manches and Alexia Revueltas Roux visit a local primary school to talk about their work.
Cautious Collaboration to perfect partnership: An account of successful stakeholder academic engagement between University of Edinburgh and Glasgow Science Centre
Dr Zayba Ghazali-Mohammed, University of Edinburgh, and Susan Meikleham, Glasgow Science Centre presented insights gained from their Move2Learn researcher - practitioner collaboration.
Perfecting the balance: a physical-digital science exhibit
On Monday 27th January, Andrew Manches and Claire Sowton (UoE) Sharon Macnab and Graham Rose from Glasgow Science Centre (GSC) were joined by Craig from PixelStag to test and discuss progress of the physical-digital exhibit designed through the Wellcome-Trust funded Children & Technology project ‘Co-creation of an embodied learning technology’ project.
Embodied Thinkers (in early science) at the Royal Society of Edinburgh
On Friday 23rd August Andrew Manches, Claire Sowton and Alexia Revueltas Roux, together with Steven Dakers (performance artist), participated in the ‘Curious’ Summer events programme organised by the Royal Society of Edinburgh.
Move2Learn joins the Royal Society of Edinburgh 2019 Summer Events Programme
Members of the Move2Learn project team, Andrew Manches and Claire Sowton, along with performer, Steven Dakers, will present an event as part of the Royal Society of Edinburgh 2019 Summer events programme. The event will run twice on 23rd August, starting at 10am and 12.30pm