How is digital culture influencing learning through play?
11 Aug 2022
How is digital culture influencing learning through play?

The concept of learning through play has been around forever. But advancements in digital culture have accelerated new innovations and enabled exciting opportunities to bring them together. How are schools and educational institutions incorporating edtech into lessons as a way of engaging students?

Natalia Kucirkova

Professor Natalia Kucirkova has carried out funded research on children’s learning for national research agencies in the UK, USA, Spain, Norway, Malawi, and Japan and regularly advises international organisations about children’s digital learning. She has authored almost 100 research articles, eight books, and edited two handbooks on children’s literacy. She developed several software programmes for children, including the award-winning children’s app Our Story. She is the recipient of Future Leaders and Young Talent Awards from the UK and Norwegian governments, Emerald Global Impact Research Prize, and the Fridtjof Nansen Prize for Outstanding Research.

Chloe Barrett

Chloe Barrett is the CEO and co-founder of Immersify Education, an educational platform for dental students.

Natasha Khullar Relph

Natasha Khullar Relph is the founder of The Wordling, a business newsletter for journalists, authors, and content creators. She’s been featured in The New York Times, TIME, Elle, Marie Claire, and others.