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13 New@ BETT www. bettshow. com Witness the future of learning in the all- new, innovative feature area called Future Learning Spacesat BETT 2010. Future Learning Spaces has been developed by show organisers Emap in collaboration with Partnerships for Schools ( PfS), the body responsible for the UK school renewal programmes like Building Schools for the Future ( BSF) and the Primary Capital Programme. School leaders and teachers can gain a better understanding of the scope of work undertaken by the BSF, Academies and Primary Capital programmes by talking to education, ICT and design specialists from Partnerships for Schools, along with other organisations involved in this special zone. Sponsored by Rameys and ATKINS, Future Learning Spaces features specialist exhibitors involved in BSF and the Primary Capital Programme. These exhibitors are running ' info-pods', giving visitors a glimpse of innovative new learning spaces and demonstrating how they have changed the look and feel of today's classrooms. Those visitors keen to hear the BSF experiences of other educationalists, suppliers and local authorities should not miss the wide array of seminars in the dedicated Future Learning Spaces presentation area. The seminars are showcasing a range of topics on the school renewal programmes, including many practitioner- led presentations by both schools and local authorities offering advice, tips and recommendations for their peers. All Future Learning Spaces exhibitors are also running seminars for BETT visitors, and all presentations in this area are free of charge. Visit the website for a full seminar list. The Becta sponsoredLocal Authority Loungeand the brand new Network Manager Lounge supported by Ramesys are also located within this zone, offering excellent networking opportunities. If you are seeking specific ICT related answers to your BSF or school renewal question, you can also speak with representatives of the 21st Century Learning Alliance, which has been founded by key organisations including Becta, NCSL, Northern Grid for Learning, Ofsted, Partnerships for Schools, QCDA, SSAT and TDA. Interested? Come and see what the future holds for education at BETT 2010. Find out more at www. futurelearningspaces. com. Companies exhibiting in the Future Learning Spaces pods: www. futurelearningspaces. com Future Learning Spaces In Association with Sponsored by What's on New@ BETT in association with

14 New@ BETT www. bettshow. com Seminars All seminars in the Keynote Theatre last for one hour. All seminars in the Innovations Theatre, Policy Theatre, Solutions Theatre and SEN Seminar Theatre last for 45 minutes How to book seminars Visit www. bettshow. com/ seminars for a comprehensive seminar programme listing, or to book a session of your choice. Seminars can be pre- booked prior to BETT for £ 15 + VAT per session on the BETT website. All remaining tickets are available for free from the Seminar Ticket Desk during the show, located in the Grand Hall Stand B138. Seminars @ BETT Wednesday 13 January Title, SpeakersStart TimeCodeEducation Level ' Power Up': How ICT is transforming BSF schools10: 45PO1134 Steve Moss, Strategic Director - ICT, Partnerships for Schools Reading For Pleasure, Technology and the Future of Literacy10: 45SO11234f Sally McKeown, Consultant and Author Opening Ministerial Keynote address11: 00KE11e1234fh Speaker to be confirmed Developing functional skills in English, mathematics and ICT in the curriculum and 12: 00PO1234 14- 19 qualifications Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency Embedding ICT in an Innovative Curriculum in order to Raise Aspiration12: 00SO123 Derryth Webster, Vice Principal and Toyin Onisemo, Teacher, Parkwood Academy BESA Keynote Debate - ' Breaking the Bonds of Learning' 12.30KE12e1234fh Chaired by Merlin John. Panel includes Professor Stephen Heppel, Professor Angela McFarlane and Terry Sweeney, Chief Executive, RM The secondary curriculum - where are we now? 13: 15PO1334 David Gardner, Curriculum Programme Adviser, The Qualifications and Curriculum Developing Agency How schools are using technology to make Next Generation Learning happen13: 15SO13e1234f Panel debate chaired by John Taylor, Becta Next Generation Learning - an entitlement for all14: 00KE13e1234fh Graham Badman, Chair, Becta Home Access - A local story14: 30PO141234 Mr Nick Shacklock, Becta Sponsored by Espresso: Video doesn't kill the radio star - extending learning14: 30SO14e1 through podcasting! Christine Terrey, Grays School, East Sussex DCSF Keynote15: 30KE14e1234fh Speaker to be confirmed Creative Computing with Open Source15: 45SO151234 Miles Berry, Senior Lecturer in ICT, Roehampton University, Becta Sponsored by Fronter: School closure doesn't mean no learning17: 00KE151234 Ian Vardy, Senior Adviser, E- learning, Somerset LA The Digital Divide an age old question? 17: 00PO16f Paul Bristow, Bournville College Education level key eEarly Years Education1Key Stage 12Key Stage 23Key Stage 34Key Stage 4fFurther EducationhHigher Education Code: KE - Keynote Theatre PO - Policy Theatre SO - Solutions Theatre SE - Special Education Needs Theatre IN - Innovations Theatre Book online at www. bettshow. com/ seminars New@ BETT in association with