Predictions

10th September 2004 at 01:00
September 22-23

sett 2004

Scottish Education and Teaching with Technology 2004 (see page 4) features more than 100 educational ICT suppliers.

Venue: SECC, Glasgow.

Tel: 0870 429 4490; www.settshow.com

September 29

e-Learning Foundation

The autumn conference theme is "Personalised learning: can it work without effective home-school links for all?".

Venue: IBM Centre, Bedfont Lakes, Feltham, West London

www.e-learningfoundation.com

October 18-December 1

ict in Schools

Embedding ICT @ Secondary. Each of these interactive roadshows will focus on a particular subject.

Venues: Various

Tel: 020 8481 2073

www.livegroup.co.ukict

Autumn Term

Strategic ict Leadership

Programme for primary and secondary head teachers. The DfES subsidises the pound;1,250 fee for state school heads.

Venues: Various

Tel: 0870 001 1155www.ncsl.org.uk

November 18-20

damp;t with ict

The theme for this event is Robots and Revelations.

Venue: National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham

Tel: 01425 272711 www.ichf.co.ukd+t

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

www.online-educa.com

January 12-16, 2005

bett Show

Catch up with the latest developments in educational technology. The TES keynote speaker, on good practice in ICT, is Professor Angela McFarlane (pictured) who holds a chair in education at the University of Bristol.

Angela, a leading ICT researcher, will "look at some of the cutting-edge developments from teams like Dudley and NestaFuturelab, ask if they point the way ahead, and consider what kind of practice might be attracting awards in 2015." A programme of more than 80 free seminars and workshops is available.

Venue: Olympia, London

Tel: 0870 429 4574

www.bettshow.com

EMAP Education

Tel: 020 7874 0200

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