Conferences;Noticeboard

2nd July 1999 at 01:00
JULY 13.

LOTTERY CASH FOR SCHOOLS.

Third annual Lottery Monitor conference and exhibition at New Connaught Rooms, London WC2. Theme: "From strategy to practice: the Lottery in 2000". Speakers include: Chris Smith MP, culture, media and sport secretary. Fee: pound;264.36-pound;381.88. Details: Joy Mountford, 01273 271745.

JULY 14-16.

CHILD ABUSE.

Organised by the Leeds Teaching Hospital at Leeds University. Topics include: can we learn from other countries? understanding recovered memory; the rights of children; and social structures which generate abuse. Fee: pound;180 plus accommodation and meals (day rates available). Details: 0113 233 32413236.

JULY 15-18.

TEACHING IT IN THE CLASSROOM.

Organised by ACITT (national association for teachers of information technology) at Trinity and All Saints University College, Horsforth, Leeds.

Topics include: the role and needs of the IT co-ordinator; assessment; the literacy and numeracy hour; inspection of IT; and formulating a response to the proposed new IT curriculum. Fee: pound;296, pound;265 including accommodation and meals.

Details: 017008 773987; e-mail: conference@acitt.org.uk website: www.acitt.org.uk.

JULY 15-17.

MATHS CONGRESS.

The fourth British Congress of Mathematics Education will be held at the University College of Northampton for teachers, university lecturers and researchers in maths education. Speakers include: Professor Margaret Brown, King's College London and Professor Leone Burton, Birmingham University. Fee: pound;175 residential. Details: BCME Conference Office, University College, Northampton NN2 7AL; e-mail: BCME@EdWeb.co.uk website: www.edweb.co.ukbcme.

JULY 16-17.

IMPROVING THE QUALITY.

OF EDUCATION FOR ALL.

Organised by Cambridge and Nottingham University's IQEA projects at Stoke Rochford Conference Centre, 5pm start. Speakers include: Professor Louise Stoll, Bath University. Workshops on teaching and learning techniques and management issues. Fee: pound;105. Details: Hilary Stokes, 01223 514849; e mail: Hilary.Stokes@dial.pipex.com.

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