23rd June 2006 at 01:00
JUNE 19-26


iNet, the international arm of the Specialist Schools and Academies Trust, hosts an online conference on mentoring and coaching, the fourth and final of its current online series. Participants can read and debate one of seven selected workshop papers, and discuss online the entire range of papers published for that topic.


Maths in Motion

National Final of the Jaguar Cars Maths in Motion Challenge for Schools, organised by Cambridgeshire Software House, to help raise achievement in mathematics.

Venue: Heritage Motor Centre, Gaydon, Warwickshire

Tel: 01487 741223

JULY 4-5

e2bn 06

Expanding Horizons is a two-day conference and exhibition by the East of England Broadband Network on the potential impact of ICT in education. Free to local authority schools within the E2BN region.

Venue: The Robinson Centre, Wyboston, Beds


Fiankoma Project

Symposium on ICT, education and cultural exchange organised by the Fiankoma Project and the Video Educational Trust, designed to provoke debate and discussion between media, arts and technology organisations involved in education.

Venue: University of Sussex

JULY 19-23


Residential conference for those using digital video and media in education, providing a collaborative learning experience for teachers, advisers and education officers.

Venue: University of York


SETT 2006

The Scottish Learning Festival (see page 24) hosts keynote presentations, spotlight sessions, seminars and an exhibition area, providing delegates with opportunities for professional development, sharing skills and knowledge, and investigating and experimenting with new technologies.

Speakers include Edward de Bono.

Venue: Glasgow SECC


Becta research conference

Conference for the educational ICT research community, sharing their work on e-strategy with policy makers and colleagues from education and industry.

Venue: Birmingham ICC

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