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Information from our speakers at Bett 2016

Author: Claire Lloyd
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Brett Laniosh, Catshill Learning Partnerships

Safer Internet Day is an ideal time to run activities which promote E-Safety messages in school and to your community. Online Safety Consultant Brett Laniosh,  whose work has been endorsed by Police and Crime Commissioners, will be sharing some great ideas that schools can implement on the day.

“I will be focusing on parental involvement and sharing proven strategies (including free recommended resources) to involve parents and the wider community.  I’ll explain how to

  • set up digital leaders as part of pupil voice
  • use showcase lessons involving both pupils and parents
  • include key elements in your E-safety policies
  • implement effective password strategies
  • combine computational thinking and E-Safety by using Scratch!

This will be a feature rich presentation with lots of great ideas that you can use straight away in school.”

 

James Dickson, Piota

Improving Parental Engagement 

“We will use examples and statistics from some of the 150 school apps Piota supplied in 2015 to demonstrate how a fully native mobile app can improve parental engagement.  Feedback from parents highlights the easy access to key information and messages, richer understanding about what their child is doing at school, the control they have over the information flow, and the positive surprise of receiving something from their schools which makes their lives simpler!”

 

Martin Bailey, Animate2Educate

Martin Bailey will bring you 'Success with Primary Computing'; Top tips, activities and apps for bringing the Primary Computing Curriculum to life in a fun and creative way, based on Martin’s own work in schools throughout the North of England and beyond.

 

Professor Christina Preston, Mirandanet

Dr Christina Preston, Professor of Education Innovation at De Montfort University and Naace BOM member will be hosting 30/45 min discussions with Naace and MirandaNet members who attend BETT16 about the highlights of the show and the new joint action research CPD programme in education innovation for teachers, senior leaders, advisers, consultants and company colleagues who would like to be accredited for digital technology projects in schools.
More information here http://mirandanet.ac.uk/innovation-in-cpd/

Wednesday 20th 1700 Drinks and nibbles
Thursday 21st     1700 Drinks and nibbles followed by impromptu supper if you can.
Friday 22nd         1700 Drinks and nibbles

 

Richard Smith,  Amazing ICT

Scratchy Maths; 10 Programming ideas using Scratch to support Maths education

 

Miles Berry, University of Roehampton

Integrating the subject of Computing with the Teaching of Mathematics


Ian Pringle, Kodo

E-safety: Technology, Teaching and Tantrums

 

Annette McCone, My Cognition

The Jimmy Method – how Jimmy went from barely coping to engaging and performing

 

Steve Baines, Groupcall

Information security in education


Dave Brett, NewEra

Edtech software for primary schools

 

Arik Fletcher, Solutions Architect, Joskos Solutions

Google for Education or Office 365 – which one is best suited to your school?

 

Louise Raw and Paul Monney, Show My Homework

Changing trends in Home-learning

 

Rising Stars

Switched On Computing

Information from our speakers at Bett 2016
More information from our speakers at Bett 2016