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October 18 - December 1

EmbeddingEmbedding ICT @ Secondary.

Each interactive roadshow will focus on a particular subject.Venues:

VariousTel: 020 8481 2073

November 9, 10, 11


30 companies tour Aberdeen, Dundee and Falkirk. Free admission to teachers and education professionals. More venues to be announced.

Tel: 01487

November 16-17

Primary days

East Midlands ICT conference and exhibition for primary teachers. Speakers include: Peter Hall Jones, consultant and former head. Workshops cover: ICT and special needs; digital video techniques; whiteboard technology. Fee: pound;140 per day

Venue: Pride Park, Derby

Tel: 01629 824722

November 22-27


Netd@ys is a European Commission project promoting the use of new media in education. Projects will be showcased during Netd@ys Week, November

December 1-3

Online Educa Berlin

The world's largest international conference on technology-supported learning and training is accompanied by an exhibition.

Venue: Hotel Intercontinental Berlin, Germany

Tel: +49 30 3276140

January 12-16


Catch up with the latest developments in educational technology at this long-running show. The TES keynote speaker on good practice in ICT is Professor Angela McFarlane, a leading ICT researcher. A programme of more than 80 free seminars and workshops is available.

Venue: Olympia, London SW7.

To pre-register for free tickets call 0870 429 4574 or visit

May 13Technology Wales 2005

Fourth annual conference for IT directors, chief education officers, senior managers, IT professionals and academics.

Venue: Cardiff Int'l Arena


Maths in Motion

This challenge is open to state primary and secondary schools, via their local education authority, City Learning Centre or the Specialist Schools Trust.

Tel: 01487 741223

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