ICT for Education is hosting a conference and exhibition on Friday 12 June at Brighton Racecourse. The event runs from registration at 7.45 am to close at 2.15 pm and is free to all delegates.
The conference has a great line-up of speakers, including lead speaker Miles Berry, principal lecturer of Computing Education at the University of Roehampton and a contributor to many computing related projects. Miles will provide teachers with a portfolio of techniques they can use to meet the requirements of the new computing curriculum. The guest speaker is Andy Hutt, an educational ICT consultant who will explore free and low-cost ICT resources that are easy to use yet have a significant impact on teaching and learning. Other speakers include Debbie Forster, managing director at Apps for Good, and ICT practitioners Donna Comerford, business and STEM teacher at Rye College, and Louise Salmond and James South, digital learning leaders at Tormead School.
To find out more and secure your place at the conference visit www.ictforeducation.co.uk/conference/31/