On 23rd and 24th June, E2BN will be hosting its ever-popular annual conference at The Wyboston Lakes Executive Centre, Bedfordshire. The two-day event will see the likes of Professor Stephen Heppell taking to the stage to share education inspiration and knowledge to over 500 dedicated educators.
It is not even 10 o’clock and already there are swathes of educators making the short walk from Customs House DLR Station to the ExCeL Exhibition Centre to see the developments and innovations on display at this year’s Bett. As the gates open, I head on over to my first stand of the day to see what Learnpad have got up their sleeves.
Children in 20,000 schools across the UK are being invited by Sir Richard Branson to share how technology is supporting their learning and helping to shape futures.
A survey of 612 resource managers/finance officersand educational providers has shown that academies are increasingly adopting collaborative procurement practices to save money.
Day three of Bett 2015 begins with a chance encounter with Carol Allen, Advisory Teacher for ICT and Inclusion at North Tyneside Council, who had just left a breakfast session sponsored by Inclusive Technology. Carol’s keen to tell me more about it:
Hit films, gaming, and current affairs are influencing and enriching British children’s vocabulary and inspiring creative, clever storytelling, according to a new analysis of entries to BBC Radio 2's 500 WORDS competition by Oxford University Press.