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New@BETT 2012 sponsored liveAbout the Learn Live TracksICT Learning &Teaching ?Wed, Thu, Fri, SatFour days of inspirational, practical ideas on how to enrich learning and teaching by using ICT. Ideal for teachers and lecturers seeking fresh ideas for immediate use in schools and colleges. Powered by ?ICT Buying & IntegratingThu, Fri, SatThree days of briefings, discussions and workshops for anyone responsible for the procurement and integration and effective deployment of ICT across schools, colleges and wider education systems.Powered bySEN Wed, Thu, Fri, SatFour days of case studies, workshops and discussion sessions for education professionals working with learners with a wide range of special educational needs. Practical ideas and guidance around pedagogy and technology.LeadersWed, Thu, FriThree days of sessions aimed at school and college leaders seeking guidance on issues as diverse as raising attainment, the impact of social media, new approaches to STEM subjectsand commissioning cost-effective new learning spaces.How to book your Learn Live sessionTo book your place visit Some sessions are free of charge, however some will require a booking fee of £15 + VAT (per session). Please note: Once you have booked a Learn Live session please ensure that you print your badge at the show entrance (bring your registration confirmation email). Your entry badge will feature the code that will allow you to gain access to the session. See full schedule overleaft

26New@BETT 2012 sponsored 11th January 2012TRACKSESSION TITLELED BYTIMEROOMHASHTAGFEECODEEducation LeadersWhat role should ICT play in compulsory education in the 21st century?Dr. Peter Twining, Director, Vital & Senior Lecturer, Open UniversityICT - Learning & TeachingCreating a self organized learning environment Shaz Lawrence, Professional Development Trainer, Catholic Telemedia Network (USA)SENA journey through transition - working with the under fivesEmma Kemp, Consultant10.30-ICT - Learning & TeachingICT and learning impact - feedback on the use of the Kindle, Kinect and iPod Touch in schoolsDuncan Garbett, Regional Manager, Vital; Dr. Steve Bunce, ICT CPD Leader, VitalLeadersTBCAndy Palmer, Director of Education and Skills, BT11.30-SENTBCTBC12.00-ICT - Learning & TeachingProviding a pathway to careers in engineering/science for the 21st CenturyBryan Williams, Independent education consultant12.30-LeadersTransforming and enriching learning through virtual desktopsSanjesh Sharma, Independent educational technologist12.45-SENBrilliant ideas to use ICT in the inclusive classroomAngela McGlashon; Sal McKeown13.30-ICT - Learning & TeachingTouch screens for grade 1 & 2 students: focus on movement and learning using interactive toolsJohn Klesner, Pedagogical ICT Consultant, Favrskov Muncipality (Denmark)LeadersDeveloping a multi-media centre in a small school: from vision to realityRachel Tilden Walker, Chair of Governors, Steeple Claydon Combined School; Becky Ellers, Headteacher, Steeple Claydon Combined SchoolICT - Learning & TeachingUsing screen capture to revolutionise the way we provide feedbackRussell Stannard, Principal Lecturer, Warwick UniversitySENPrimary school music teacher wanted - no experience necessary: ICT to support non-music specialists in teaching musicDr Benjaman Schögler, Creative Director, Skoog MusicLeadersBroad Community educational parternships to build the science and technology workforce of the futureNorman Lee, MindSet - Manitoba Network for Science and Technology (Canada)ICT - Learning & TeachingRethinking ICT pedagogy - how we learn about computers inside and outside schoolMiles Berry, Subject Leader ICT Education, Roehampton UniversitySENMaking textbooks accessible to allE.A. Draffan, Research Fellow, University of SouthamptonLeadersHelping schools through the process of ICT self review, strategic development and action planning: simple tools that make a differenceLydia Johnson, Educational Advisor, Essex County CouncilICT - Learning & TeachingImproving the standards of both literacy and curriculum engagement at age 11 by teaching 'e-literacy'Kate Ruttle, Deputy Head, Great Heath Primary SchoolThursday 12th January 2012TRACKSESSION TITLELED BYTIMEROOMHASHTAGHOW ICT - Learning & TeachingeTwinning - the community for schools in Europe: teachers and pupils collaborating, working and learning togetherClaus Berg, Chief Consultant, UNI-C, The Danish IT Centre for Education and ResearchICT - Buying & IntegratingSchool Library design - designed for the futureTricia Adams, Director, School Library Association10.15-Education level key: Early Years Resources Primary School Resources Secondary School Resources