I have the pleasure to invite You in a meeting with professor Rosemary Sage about E-LEARNING NOT E-QUALITY
on the 4th. of May 2021 at 17.00 Rome time
The meeting will last 2 hours and will be held in English Language. You are all invited. No fee is required
Link to participate in the online event Fill the form
Further information will be sent by email to all the participants.
Here Rosemary’s article
Professor Doctor Rosemary Sage is a qualified speech pathologist, psychologist and teacher; former Dean at the College of Teachers where she led the first Practitioner Doctorate, sponsored by the European Commission. She was Director of Speech and Language Services in Leicester/Leicestershire; a Teacher in Primary and Secondary schools; Senior Language Advisor to an LEA; an Academic in 4 universities: Head of Department and Professor of Communication at Liverpool and a visiting Professor in Cuba and Japan. Rosemary is on the Queen’s Panel for Education and Industry Awards. She sat on the Lord Chancellor’s Advisory Committee as a senior magistrate (Chairperson & Judicial Mentor) and is presently on the judicial executive and a member of the Magistrates in the Community (MIC) project. She was a founder member of the Children’s Legal Panel and expert witness for Educational appeals; on Parliamentary Committees for Medicine and Education, the Teaching of Medical Sciences, Inclusion of Students with Special Needs & Education Advisor to the RCSLT. Rosemary has been a trustee of several charities, a school governor and member of many research boards. She has led international research projects on language, education and employment and medical-educational issues – publishing many books and over 150 refereed papers in journals. She has gained national/international awards for her work on the Communication Opportunity Group Strategy (COGS). She is a winner of the Kenneth Allsop Memorial Prize, The Bullard Prize, The Gimson Award, The International Human Communication Network Medal, The College of Teacher’s Research Award & Leverhulme Fellowship amongst others. She is a Millennium and TCOT Fellow. Presently, Rosemary is SEND Director for the Learning for Life Educational Trust & Scientific Advisor at Abai University, Kazakhstan.
Online meeting May 4th 2021 5.00 pm
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