Using digital technologies in science classrooms
28 March 2012
The HP-funded E-Scapes consortium at the University of Bristol has identified practical and theoretical obstacles to the use of digital media technology in science classrooms.
Students participating in a Science lesson
Image by Matt Thurling
The project is working with trainee science teachers on the PGCE course in the University of Bristol. These students will be carrying out E-Scapes projects (producing and using digital media in science classrooms) in the late Spring and early summer 2012. They will be working and sharing their experiences on the E-Scapes website during this time.
The University is a member of the E-Scapes consortium, along with Adobe, Futurelab, Imagine-ed, Science.tv, ScienceScope and Science Learning Centre South West.Find out more about our Science PGCE.