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.
To mark European Code Week, specialists in computer programming for education, FUZE Technologies, will be running a free programming workshop for teachers on Thursday 16 October 2014. The workshop will take place at The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC), located in Bletchley Park.
Prior to the General Election 2015, award-winning online learning and revision platform, SAM Learning, polled teachers across the UK in the first of an upcoming series of '60 Second Surveys', to develop an understanding of where they see themselves in the political landscape.
Looking at the results of the anonymous poll, entrants clearly favoured a Labour approach to the education sector, taking 50% of the vote, Conservatives falling some way behind in fourth place behind the Liberal Democrats and Green Party.
A number of talented students chosen as winners in the national Apps for Good Awards 2014 by business leaders are set to launch their apps onto the market next week.
Classroom Monitor has added two free CPD dates to its summer seminar series which is designed to help schools plan ahead for the National Curriculum 2014.
Naace, the community of educators, technologists and policy makers are set to discuss the new computing curriculum at the Naace Strategic Conference, East Midlands Conference Centre 25-26 March. One of the discussions will focus on how in some schools Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is getting lost in the rush to provide more teaching of Computer Science.
This week sees the return of the popular RM Seminar series which will take place over three dates in November, visiting London, Birmingham and Manchester.
“£50million of Pupil Premium funding from the DfE, designed to raise the attainment of disadvantaged pupils and close the gap between them and their peers, is lying unclaimed by London schools”, says Brian Durrant, CEO of not-for-profit education trust The London Grid for London (LGfL).
Expert education practitioners are being invited to share their experiences at the Education Show 2015, the leading trade event for educators worldwide.