Speakers at the National EdTech Conference are encouraged to blog on their Naace member profile prior to presenting and are provided with some guidelines regarding how to do this and details of a new Naace Event Presenter Badge that can be claimed by #ProudEdTechUsers.
In this week’s edition:
* We are pleased to announce that the delegate bookings for the National Education Technology Conference 2017 are now open!
* The National Education Technology Conference; Guidance for Speakers
* Request to members – help us grow Naace
* Making Education Technology pay its way – the Emancipatory Effect
* GiDT Themed Training
* Further speakers confirmed – Smart Procurement for Schools, Saving Money and More
* What does creative computing look like? 5 key themes…and yes, you need time!
* Life After Levels Conferences
* Ministerial statement from Justine Greening: Primary Education
* eGuide update- more guides available for members
* Sponsors’ corner
* Bits and pieces
We are pleased to announce the breakout sessions for the National Education Technology Conference 2017
…using ed tech must free learners from some constraint, which either stops them learning, or slows them down. otherwise, why bother indeed? This can be called the Emancipatory Effect of ed tech.
I’ve been working through training scenarios for Get it Done Training (GiDT) in Office 365. This latest video looks at how 365 might be applied to support a school in refreshing their Schemes of Work.
In conversation with Sam Patterson, Puppet Master & Makerspace Coordinator, Echo Horizon School, San Francisco (@SamPatue), Michael Luetjen, Computer Sci. & EdTech Lead Learner, Pine Crest School, Florida (@Criticalclick), and Cory Roush, Literacy Specialist at Muskingum County Library System, Ohio (@coryroush) certain traits can be identified which are exciting educators ‘beyond the hour of code.’ These are…
*The National EdTech Conference 2017
* Challenges and Opportunities
* Inviting Members and Sponsoring Partners to ‘Smart Procurement for Schools, Saving Money and More’ Friday 4 November 2016
* Other news
* Sponsor updates
* Bits and pieces
Learning Unlimited – Naace Regional Conference, London and South. Fri 21st Oct.
This event is free to attend for both members and non-members of Naace.
* Crick Software: London CPD Day for special school staff this term
* Plum Innovations
* CanvasCon: Calling all educators
* E-safety Support: Plan e-safety activities throughout the 2016/17 academic year
* Did you know that Aardman Animations are celebrating a special birthday turning 40 this year?
* Life After Levels Launch New Website
* Switched on Computing
* Show My Homework
* Derventio Education
* Join the Microsoft Educator Community for free today!
The Education Business Technology Summit has been designed for schools across the UK, who are seeking new innovative ways to get the most out of their ICT budgets.
Delegates will be able to network with education professionals to better understand the barriers they also face in delivering safe, reliable IT solutions and innovations…