Learning, Learning Technologies and Simply Great Teaching – All You Need to Know
Monday, 12th March 2018
Venue: etc. venues, Marble Arch-Edgware Road, Garfield House, 86 Edgware Road, London W2 2EA
Audience: KS1-3 Teachers and Co-ordinators of ICT
A special one-off joint conference from IAPS and Independent Thinking featuring some (slightly older) whizz kids of our own, all expert in helping schools embrace technology to improve learning outcomes. Mark ‘ICT Evangelist’ Anderson and Nina Jackson will be joined by Roy Leighton and Lee Parkinson for a day packed with practical help on how to engage pupils and improve teaching and learning through readily available technology. It’s a day where you are actively encouraged to bring along whatever device you have and interact with the sessions in every way possible.
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The ICT Evangelist: It’s All about Teaching and Learning - Mark Anderson
Mark is one of the world’s leading experts when it comes to helping teachers discover innovative technologies that genuinely support great teaching and learning. With a focus on simple, effective tools, Mark will demonstrate the pedagogical approaches that will make IT work for you in your classroom with your children, no matter your starting point.
Access All Areas and Tech Share Feedback - Nina Jackson
Learning technologies have a huge, untapped part to play in supporting young people with special needs in the classroom. In this session, Nina will demonstrate how to use a digital device confidently and effectively in a SEND setting, showcasing a range of apps to support great teaching and learning.
The Three Ts of 21st Century Education - Roy Leighton
Drawing on many years’ experience working in the world of education and beyond, Roy will share research, resources and practical ideas to help schools improve engagement and raise attainment by addressing the all-important three Ts of teaching, technology and transition.
A Three-Step Approach to Improving Writing Using Technology - Lee Parkinson
With over ten years’ experience working in primary schools, Lee will share his proven and practical three-step approach, guaranteed to engage, inspire and motivate children with their writing through the effective use of technology.