There are two more Nesta Futurelab workshops left in the current series.
The first is Building strong foundations: the role of technology in supporting pre-school learners. The final one is Music, performance and technology: investigating the role of technology in enhancing public appreciation and participation in music.
Venue Nesta Futurelab, Bristol www.nestafuturelab.org
Maths in Motion Challenge
Thirty schools will work on a car race set-up that is completely new to them at the 20045 finals of this mathsICT challenge at Jaguar Cars, Castle Bromwich, June 29. The 20056 challenge is now open to ages 10-16.
Tel: 01487 741223.
E-maginative use of digital technologies
Speakers at this conference include Sir Dexter Hutt, head of Ninestiles School, Birmingham. Includes seminar programme.
Venue: Moat House, Stoke-on-Trent www.sgfl.org.ukwhiteboards for details and registration or call 01782 233531
This conference organised by Film Education and Devon Curriculum Services will explore the future of digital video in the classroom.
Tel: 020 7851 9450
iNet online conference: Curriculum
School leaders and teachers are invited to submit papers of 1,000-3,000 words by August 8 for this online conference run by The Specialist Schools Trust (UK) and iNet.
Registration at www.cybertext. net.auinetreg05_06.htm
Scottish Education and Teaching with Technology 2005, an exhibition of more than 100 educational ICT suppliers, plus seminars and keynotes.
Venue: SECC, Glasgow.
Tickets: 0870 429 4490; www.settshow.com
Handheld Learning 2005 will explore the potential of PDAs in schools.
Friday is for keynotespresentations, while Saturday is for teachers and hands-on sessions. Sponsors include PDA supplier Palm.
Fee to be announced
Venue Ben Pimlott Building, Goldsmiths University, London.