CHILDREN, THE INTERNET AND INTERACTIVE TELEVISION
Organised by Voice of the Listener and Viewer at Commonwealth Conference Centre, London W8, to consider what new technology can offer, how it affects family viewing habits and whether legislation and regulation ensure quality, diversity and access for all. Tickets: Pounds 50, Pounds 25 concessions from Linda Forbes, 01474 352835. Details: Rehana Ali, 01474 352835.
TECHNOLOGY FOR SECONDARY AND COLLEGE MATHEMATICS Teacher training initiative based at Oundle School, Peterborough. Topics include: software for teaching maths; hardware issues; and using the Internet. Fee: Pounds 50. Details: Douglas Butler, 01832 273444; e-mail: maths. firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: argonet.co.ukoundleschtsm5.html OCTOBER 1
MOVING ON: WHERE NEXT FOR ARTS IN EDUCATION?
Organised by East Midlands Arts at the Derngate Centre, Northampton. Speakers include: Pauline Tambling, director of education and training, Arts Council; and Vic Ecclestone, Disney teacher of the year for his inspirational arts work in a rundown Bristol school. Fee: Pounds 65 plus VAT, Pounds 25 concessions. Details: Lulu Johnston, 01509 218292.