WILLIAM BROOKES ICT & COMPUTING CONFERENCE 2016, SHROPSHIRE
24 March 2016 GMT
The William Brookes School are hosting their second ICT & Computing Conference, in collaboration with Shropshire Council. It is set to be an informative day showcasing the latest educational technology.
The keynote speaker is Dr Steve Bunce. Steve is an experienced teacher and has taught in primary, middle and secondary schools and covered many roles including ICT co-ordinator, head of year and senior leader. For the Open University, he has advised schools across the UK on their use of technology. As a part-time lecturer at Durham University, he has shared learning experiences with the undergraduate teachers.
The day will also consist of a wide selection of workshops from primary and secondary school teachers from across Shropshire. These will include workshops on using technology in PE lessons and using droids in the classroom
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When: 24 March
Where: William Brookes School, Farley Road, Much Wenlock, Shropshire, TF13 6NB
Who: Our team on the day will be happy to discuss our products and the needs of your school.
What: Putting the latest Promethean solutions through their paces in live lesson demonstrations and one-to-one opportunities.
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