GASTA Goes Global 2

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This year saw the return of the highly popular “Gasta Goes Global” ed-tech event. “Gasta” is a high-energy, high-participation event format created and popularised by Dr Tom Farrelly of Munster Technological University.

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A veritable who’s who of names in the international ed-tech community have agreed to be “gasta-ed” as they take to the (virtual) Gasta stage to give us their views, thoughts and insights on the past year of emergency remote teaching and learning. This year’s speakers are Maha Bali, Martin Weller, Leigh Graves Wolf, Mark Brown, Frank Rennie and Sheila MacNeill.

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