Bradford Educational Technology Conference – 4th July 2017

The Curriculum Innovation team are excited to announce that they have secured Lee Parkinson, better known as @ICT_MrP, to deliver the keynote address at their inaugural Educational Technology Conference to be held on 4 July 2017 at The Innovation Centre Bradford.

The conference, sponsored by Smoothwall, will focus on making effective use of technology to raise attainment and engagement in the classroom and will feature hands on workshops and breakouts from specialist technology companies highlighting the impact of their products.

Practitioner Breakouts include:-

How can I make Cost Effective use of Technology in my School? 
Game Maker’s Toolkit. Bringing Fun, Independence and Creativity to Programming   
What Impact can Primary Digital Leaders have in my School?
Digital Making with a Crumble   
An Introduction to using Augmented Reality and Virtual Reality in the Classroom
Using 3D Printing to support Mathematics and Learning through Enterprise Projects

Exhibitors will be presenting the following sessions:-

Smoothwall - Appropriate Filtering and Monitoring - What you need to know!

Using Pobble to inspire Young Writers

Marvellous Me - Really engaging Parents in the Learning and Skills that Matter!

Saving your Sundays! How to use Night Zookeeper's new Lesson Library
DB Primary - SchoolPing - Save time, money and hassle. Free for up to 12 months
EducationCity: The big update

The team are aware of school budget constraints and are hosting the conference at The Innovation Centre Bradford in order to reduce ticket prices.  As a result places are strictly limited to 75.  For a detailed description of the breakout sessions and to book your place please click here.  Tickets are priced at £99 for subscriber schools and £125 for non-subscribers and include a buffet lunch and refreshments.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Information

Published: 26/04/2017
Audience: Primary Headteachers, Members of SLT, ICT subject leaders
Contact: Sarah Hawkins

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