Predictions

10th March 2006 at 00:00
February 28-March 3 naace 06

Lord Adonis speaks at the annual, members-only conference on advancing education through ICT.

Venue: Riviera Centre, Torquay www.naace.org

March 15 Becta conference

Transforming Schools - Informing your vision for 21st century learning is a conference on developing or implementing ICT for the Building Schools for the Future programme

Venue: Birmingham NEC www.becta.org.uktransforming

March

RM conferences

ICT suppliers RM continues its national series of primary and secondary conferences on ICT in the classroom and personalised learning. Venues: Manchester, Newcastle, Bristol, London, Birmingham

www.rm.comconferences

April 27 e-Learning Foundation

The Spring 2006 Conference Learning Technologies - Overcoming the Digital Divide focuses on children's access to ICT outside the classroom and how schools can help with this.

Venue: Harbourside, Bristol www.e-learningfoundation.com

April 24-May 1

iNet online conference

iNet, the international arm of the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust, hosts an online conference on education workforce remodeling and its technological implications. www.sst-inet.net

April-May

balti courses

Technology guru John Davitt's Bring A Laptop Training Interactive sessions in central London: Getting started with Flash (April 24); Managing Digital Images (May 4); and Podcasting (May 9).

www.newtools.org

July 5-7

necc conference 06

The National Educational Computing Conference on curriculum, best practices and essential conditions for using technology to improve students'

learning.

Venue: San Diego Convention Centre, California, USA www.iste.orgnecc

October 12-13

Handheld Learning 06

ICT Access - Presenting the Evidence. Conference on how handheld and mobile technologies have improved learning, with keynote speech by Michael Stevenson, Department for Education and Skills.

Venue: BAFTA, London www.handheldlearning.co.uk

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