Conferences and courses

17th June 2005 at 01:00
June 21-28

Innovation Workshops

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

June 29

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.

www.mathschallenge.org.uk

Tel: 01487 741223.

July 6

E-maginative use of digital technologies

Speakers at this conference include Sir Dexter Hutt, head of Ninestiles School, Birmingham. Includes seminar programme.

Fee: pound;175.

Venue: Moat House, Stoke-on-Trent www.sgfl.org.ukwhiteboards for details and registration or call 01782 233531

July 13-17

CP3

This conference organised by Film Education and Devon Curriculum Services will explore the future of digital video in the classroom.

Tel: 020 7851 9450

www.filmeducation.orgcp3.html

September 19-26

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

September 21-22

SETT 2005

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

October 14-15

PDA Heaven

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.

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