Education Technology - A National Seminar Thursday 14 November 2013

 

This one day seminar is designed to challenge thinking and inspire action!

 

Shireland plays host to nationally renowned educational technology leaders, with the seminar addressing the latest 'Flipped Classroom' and 'Enquiry Based Learning' ideas and cuts through the hype and jargon showing how these can be used to improve learning for all students.

 

The day will provide an opportunity to see and experience educational technology in action and hear how it has been embedded across the school - with particular focus on Flipped Learning and innovative use to drive up standards in Mathematics.

 

Delegates will engage with thought provoking concepts and leave with practical take-away ideas which can be easily implemented in any school.

 

Programme

 

Welcome address

Sir Mark Grundy, Executive Principal, Shireland Collegiate Academy

Keynote speech

Lord Jim Knight of Weymouth, Ex Schools Minister, Director of Step-A International

Tour of the Academy -" Technology in Action"

Dave Irish/Manny Kelay, Vice Principals, Shireland Collegiate Academy; George Faux, Assistant Principal, Shireland Collegiate Academy

Seminar 1 - "The Flipped Classroom Model"

Paul Main

Seminar 1+ - "Creating a Technology Enabled Curriculum"

Kirsty Tonks, Assistant Principal, Shireland Collegiate Academy; Mo Yafai, Year 7 Literacy for Life Teacher, Shireland Collegiate Academy

Seminar 2 - "Developing Enquiry Using Mobile Devices"

David Whiley

Seminar 2+ - "Raising Standards Using Technology in Mathematics"

David Green, Assistant Principal, Shireland Collegiate Academy