Scotland gears up for SETT 2001

Chris Johnston

SETT 2001, Scotland's largest-ever education and teaching technology show, will be held in Glasgow on September 19 and 20. Organised by Learning and Teaching Scotland and Emap Education, and supported by TES Scotland, the free event offers 32 ICT seminars on each day, along with the most comprehensive educational ICT exhibition in Scotland featuring 70 leading suppliers. More than 3,000 teachers are expected to hear speakers including the popular Alan November. See TES Scotland on September 14 for a SETT 2001 special.

Register to continue reading for free

It only takes a moment and you'll get access to more news, plus courses, jobs and teaching resources tailored to you

Chris Johnston

Latest stories

New headteachers - here are 9 things you need to know

Headteacher wellbeing and sources of 'streth'

Former headteacher Chris McDermott set out to find out the true causes of leader stress and support – and in doing so coined a whole new term, as he explains here
Chris McDermott 2 Dec 2021
Transdisciplinary learning: how to embed it in your school

Why you need a transdisciplinary curriculum

At the Aspirations Academies, six hours a week are dedicated to applied transdisciplinary learning - but how does it work? And should you apply something similar at your school?
Steve Kenning 2 Dec 2021
Expert governors can now come and help schools and trusts

Why schools and trusts can now hire 'expert governors'

Providing access to expert governors for struggling settings - or those willing to pay £500 a day for their insights - could have a huge benefit across education, claims the National Governance Association
Emily Attwood 2 Dec 2021