This conference takes place in London on Tuesday 17th May. I’ve looked at the programme, and it looks pretty good, with some high profile speakers and some useful-sounding topics. Here’s the information, kindly provided by Aldona Limani:
Education is undergoing wholesale changes that promise to alter the future landscape for the next generation of teachers, pupils and resource managers alike. The Education Secretary, Rt. Hon. Michael Gove MP, has promised to give teachers more freedom to ‘innovate and inspire’. Parents, charities and businesses are also being encouraged to get involved in the way schools are run. ICT and new technologies are to play a crucial role in transforming how learning is designed and delivered.
With this new freedom the need for IT professionals, teachers and governors, to keep up with technological advances is becoming even more important for schools.
Attend the Education 2011 conference and hear more about the Government’s plans on embedding ICT, as well as discuss, debate and network with specialist technology suppliers and those involved in shaping and delivering policy.
How to Book:
- Complete the online booking form
- Call Aldona Limani on 0207 484 5637
- Email Aldona directly firstname.lastname@example.org
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