On the afternoon of Tuesday 19th November, the Whitefield Research & Development Centre is holding its fifth 'Research Unlocked' symposium. This year there is a focus is on innovative work being done in the field of vision impairment, but we will also be exploring the latest research in a host of other topical areas.
The symposium starts at 1pm and will run until 4pm. Presentations include:
- The social inclusion of adolescents with visual impairment – Ifigeneia Manitsa – PhD Researcher and Laboratory Tutor, Department of Psychology, Kingston University London.
- Smell: The under-rated sense for helping children with profound and multiple learning difficulties Smell: The undervalued sense in the classroom – Jo Fitzsimons, Deputy Director, Whitefield Research & Development Centre.
- Teaching strategies for students with Autism and Vision Impairment - considering both when planning. – Jessica Crisp, Teacher, Joseph Clarke School
- Touch: Using haptic technology and stereo sound to create unique user interfaces – Nikoleta Giannoutsou, Research Fellow, UCL Institute of Education.
- London College of Fashion Masters Projects – London College of Fashion graduates video presentation.
- Introducing technology into the classroom – Philip Agbozo, Teacher, Whitefield Schools
- Teaching VI students across Europe - the surprising differences in approaches between countries – Marize Lawson, Head of School, Margaret Brearley School, Whitefield Schools
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