The keynotes by Paul Howard-Jones look at gaming and the brain, and describe learning with technology. Dr. Howard-Jones explores social media issues and the effects of technology on the brain.
Paul Howard-Jones earned his degree at the Graduate School of Education at Bristol University. He has published many papers with his latest being 'Ideational Productivity, Focus of Attention and Context.' He spends his time doing experiments exploring creativity, and applying cognition and neuroscience to better understand child and adult learning.
The keynotes by Paul Howard-Jones focus on the growing Internet addiction, and the negative effects that come from society's increasing reliance on technology. Dr. Howard-Jones explains that smaller screens are the most damaging and cause interrupted sleep and tiredness.