How to get the most out of ISTE17 (and other conferences)

Listen to my interview with Vicki Davis about how to get the most out of #iste17 and other conferences -- and grab my book for £0.99/$0.99 or equivalent (plus VAT if applicable) -- a third of its usual price.

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QR Codes in the classroom: an interview with Monica Burns

Monica Burns is a Curriculum and EdTech Consultant, Apple Distinguished Educator and Founder of I interviewed her about the use of QR codes in the classroom.

To enter a prize draw to win one of two copies of her book (pictured). sign up the the free Digital Education newsletter by 7th December 2016 and read the newsletter sent out on 28th November.

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An Interview with Dominic Savage

In this interview, Dominic Savage OBE discusses, amongst other things, the purpose of the Education World Forum, the effect of increasing access to devices, and what schools need to do as far as investing in ICT is concerned. Mr Savage has been the Director General of BESA since 1984. The following is not a verbatim account, but has been checked by Mr Savage before being published.
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An Interview with Naace ICT Impact Lifetime Achievement Award Winner Dr Christina Preston

Christina Preston was one of two people given the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 2013 Conference of Naace, the subject association for ICT. I interviewed her to find out about her and her work.

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Naace ICT Impact Awards - A Profile of Penny Patterson

Penny Patterson is on Twitter, but prefers to listen rather than talk, unless she has something of value to add to the conversation. She is active in ICT circles, though doesn’t have her own blog. And if you visit a conference she’s speaking at, you’re likely to chat to her while she serves the tea. She prefers, to use her own words, to be “one of the backroom team”.

Indirect evidence of this was seen in this year’s Naace ICT Impact Awards. When Penny was selected as one of the two people to be given a Lifetime Achievement Award, the look on her face was one of surprise, bordering on shock, and tinged with bewilderment. Typically, she told me that “other people deserve this award far more than I do.”

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