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TES Education 2007 is a show designed for teachers and managers everyone in education seeking inspiration, solutions to problems and new ideas. London's only all-encompassing education show, it is a major opportunity for continuing professional development at the start of the academic year.

The two-day event at Olympia, west London, is set to attract more than 3,000 people from across the south of England to 74 seminars, where leading educationists explore new developments in the curriculum, management and school organisation. More than 300 exhibitors will be available to discuss and demonstrate the latest education resources and services.

Major issues include debates on the curriculum for the 21st century and how latest technological developments are radically changing the way children work and think. Popular education gurus, like Professor Stephen Heppell, offer new insights into the changing patterns of learning beyond the classroom.

New information technologies and life in the 21st century loom large in an agenda of seminars, workshops and discussions, divided into six zones. They are the Inspiration Zone, Early Years and Primary Teaching, Secondary Teaching and Learning, the ICT Zone, Leadership and Life-Work Balance. The show also includes a one-day seminar series organised by the NAHT on latest developments in ICT for schools.

This preview magazine offers just a taste of the rich variety of events on offer from a range of participants including teachers, government advisers, academics, writers, consultants and enthusiasts from the wider education business world.

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