Conferences and courses

27th May 2005 at 01:00
John Davitt, TES contributor and the author of New Tools for Learning: Accelerated Learning Meets ICT, starts his conferences on "Telling stories and making things" in London on June 13, followed by Birmingham, June 14; Glasgow, June 15; Belfast, June 16. Fee pound;170.

His "Managing new tools in the classroom" conferences take place in London, July 4; Manchester, July 5; Glasgow, July 6. Fee pound;180. For booking details visit

The Specialist Schools Trust (UK) and International Networking for Educational Transformation (iNet) are holding their fourth international online conference, June 612. Topics include the pros and cons of new technologies and learning, issues schools face in developing a reliable and sustainable infrastructure, and can learning be personalised? Contact Debra Brydon to register. (type "Online Conference 4 Registration" in the subject box).

An international conference on eLiteracy and eLearning

is being held at City Centre Campus, Strathclyde University, Glasgow, June 15-17.

Tel: 0141 548 24554944


The e-maginative use of digital technologies will be explored at a conference at the Stoke-on-Trent Moat House, July 6. Speakers include Alan November, November Learning, US, and Sir Dexter Hutt, head of Ninestiles School in Birmingham, said to be one of the UK's most effective school leaders. There is also a seminar programme. Fee: pound;175. For details and registration

Tel: 01782 233531

Film Education and Devon Curriculum Services have organised a conference entitled "CP3: Critical practice, creative process, cultural perspective" at Sussex University, July 13-17. It will explore the future of digital video in the classroom. Workshops include art and ICT, and animation transforming a text. Speakers include: Avril Loveless, reader in ICT in education, Brighton University. Contact Jane Dickson for more information.

Tel: 020 7851 9450 www.filmeducation.orgcp3.html

Scottish Education and Teaching with Technology 2005 is an exhibition of more than 100 educational ICT suppliers taking place at SECC, Glasgow, September 2122. A programme of seminars is included.

Tickets: 0870 429 4490

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