8th & 9th March, Manchester Central
The Education Innovation Conference & Exhibition is an exciting, new, national event designed to help education professionals integrate innovative solutions into learning in a practical, realistic way.
The event includes a “Leaders’ Conference” which is designs to provide education leaders with some fantastic advice sessions that will add real value to the way that they run their establishments.
The cost of attending the conference is £80 for Friday and Saturday or £60 for just Friday or Saturday. The cost includes lunch and parking vouchers as well as access into all other parts of the Education Innovation Conference & Exhibition.
The timetable is as follows:
Friday 8th March
10.30-11.30: Ofsted update for ICT - Speaker: David Brown (National adviser for ICT, Ofsted)
12.00-13.00: Academy conversion: Challenges and solutions
Speakers – Sue Edwards (Chair, Lancashire Association of School Business Managers) / Judy Bateman (SBM, Bowland High) / Jenny Goy (SBM, Bacup & Rawtenstall Grammar School) / Karen McCann (Consultant SBM)
14.00-15.00: Making the news: Managing the media in a digital world
Speakers – Janet Murray (Education Journalist for the Guardian and others) / Ed Dorrell (TES) / Pete Henshaw (Editor, SecEd)
Saturday 9th March
10.30-11.30: Teacher training: developing the next generation of classroom practitioners
Speaker: Bob Harrison (Support for Education and Training, SET)
12.00-13.00: Changing education: Ensuring high-quality education outcomes in an increasingly localised and personalised system
14.00-15.00: What does the future hold for technology in teaching and learning?
Speaker: Vanessa Pittard (Department for Education)
Teach Primary Magazine and Teach Secondary Magazine readers can claim a 50% discount to the Leaders’ Conference sessions by using the discount code TPRI50 when registering. Click here to register now.
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