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16 New@ BETT www. bettshow. com Friday 15 January Title, SpeakersStart TimeCodeEducation Level Bamzooki - an exciting opportunity for ICT modelling in the KS2 classroom10: 45IN312 Gareth Morgan, ICT Teacher Adviser, Newport LEA Sharing What Works Well - use of the National Strategies website for practice 10: 45PO3112 transfer and CPD Elizabeth Gowing, National Strategies Creative Classrooms: effective uses of technologies for learning in a Primary school10: 45SO31e123 Mark Wilson, Headteacher, Robin Hood Primary School, Leeds Fit for the Future: Shaping Learning for the 21st Century11: 00KE31e1234fh Chaired by Vanessa Pittard, Director, E- Strategy, Becta Home Access: extending opportunities for teaching and learning12: 00IN321234 Nick Shacklock, Director, Home Access Programme, Becta ICT in the primary curriculum - an essential for learning and life12: 00PO3212 Ms Theresa Forbes, Curriculum Programme Adviser, QCDA, and Mr Andy T yerman, Head of Personalising Learning, BECTA Establishing a Virtual Learning Environment in a New School. Cottage Industry or12: 00SO32e12 Firm Foundation? Brian Vidler, Essex Leading I. C. T. Teacher, Essex County Council Building Learning for the Future12: 30KE321234 Tim Byles, Partnership for Schools Driving Your ICT Vision: how might advanced motoring techniques help us achieve 13: 15IN33e1234 our ICT goals? Terry Freedman, Terry Freedman Ltd and ICT in Education website Extending the use of the interactive whiteboard to support writing in Primary classrooms13: 15PO3312 Bill Lord, National Strategies Introducing the Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency14: 00KE33e1234fh Andrew Hall, Chief Executive, Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency The latest developments supporting e- safety in schools 14: 30IN34e1234 Speaker from the Training and Development Agency for Schools Personalising learning through spatial design 14: 30PO341234f Dr. Tim Rudd, Senior Researcher, Futurelab Using technology to re- engage students at risk of exclusion14: 30SO3434 Brian Egdell, Head of School, Biddick School Sports College DCSF Keynote15: 30KE34e1234fh Speaker to be confirmed Sponsored by Channel 4 Learning: Extending learning- Wiltshire pupils' create their15: 45PO3534 own Directors Cut! Rachel Crerar, Bradon Forest School, Wiltshire Developing teachers for Next Generation Learning15: 45SO351234 Malcolm Hunt, Becta TeachMeet' 1017: 00KE35e1234fh TeachMeet' 10 Free to Attend Sponsored by EDI plc: A new approach to SEAL17: 00IN36234 Bernie Zakary Sponsored by Lightbox Education Services: OpenSchool for Languages - an 17: 00PO3634 exciting and innovative online resource to bring language learning to life Speaker to be confirmed Building Schools the Maslow Way17: 00SO361234 Mike Booth, Northern Education Book online at www. bettshow. com/ seminars Education level key eEarly Years Education1Key Stage 12Key Stage 23Key Stage 34Key Stage 4fFurther EducationhHigher Education Seminars Keynote Theatre sponsored by Innovation Theatre sponsored by Solutions Theatre sponsored by Code: KE - Keynote Theatre PO - Policy Theatre SO - Solutions Theatre SE - Special Education Needs Theatre IN - Innovations Theatre New@ BETT in association with

17 New@ BETT www. bettshow. com Seminars Saturday 16 January Title, SpeakersStart TimeCodeEducation Level Blogging to Promote Reflective Learners10.30IN4134 Alex Jones, Sheffield West CLC Enriching the new secondary curriculum through pupils' access to ICT: Teaching 10: 30KE4134 resources and professional development support Alison Clark- Wilson, Head of Research, Development and Consultancy The Mathematics Centre University of Chichester The Ashley School - Case Study10: 30SO41234 Mr Lawrence Chapman, The Ashley School How to make ICT work for you in Language Teaching11: 30KE421234 Helen Myers, Assistant Head, The Ashcombe School Enhancing Creativity an Innovation in the Classroom through International Partnerships11: 30IN42e1234 Anne Jakins, SENCo and Nick Falk, ICT Co- ordinator, Sackville School and George Glass, Head Teacher, Cauldeen Primary, Which models for ICT CPD are the most effective? 11: 30PO42e1234fh Christina Preston, MirandaNet Fellowship Improving Teamwork11: 30SO42234 Dan Buckley, Director of R& D at Cambridge Education, Education Impact Fellow and Author of PbyP and Dr. Abi James, Managing Consultant, Product Innovation Sponsored by INTEL: The Exciting Role of Systems Thinking in Education12: 30KE43e1234 Dr. Tony Salvador, Director of Research & Definition, Emerging Market Platform Group, Intel Corporation Amazing Web 2.0 Projects: Real projects in real classrooms with real kids! 12: 30IN43e1234fh Terry Freedman, Terry Freedman Ltd and the ICT in Education website Bringing Computer games into our classrooms, to engage, challenge and motivate 12: 30PO431234 learners Andy Fisher, Director Middlesbrough City Learning and June Fisher, Acklam Grange School, College of Maths & computing ( SSAT) Gaming in families: Current practice and future guidance 12: 30SO451234 Mary Ulicsak, Learning Researcher, Futurelab Harnessing technology for a joined- up system: challenges and opportunities13: 30IN441234f David Kay, CAPITAL Project Director, and Ian Chowcat, CAPITAL Project Manager, Sero Consulting Made in Me - A New Approach to ICT in Early Childhood13: 30KE44e1 John Siraj- Blatchford, Made in Me Thin Client: A Technology Whose Time Has Come13: 30PO4434f Steve Warburton, Thomas Deacon Academy Hardware, wetware and software - three innovative approaches to English and ICT13: 30SO431234 Trevor Millum, Tom Rank, Chris Warren, ICT committee members Sponsored by NSPCCBest practice in Safeguarding in Schools14: 30PO45e1234fh Jo Scherer- Thompson, NSPCC Harnessing Parent Power14: 30SO4434f Peter Kensington, Assistant Principal, South Dartmoor Community College STEM - engaging and imaginative14: 30KE451234 Ian Galloway is Deputy Director of the Science Learning Centre South East How schools are using technology to make Next Generation Learning happen14: 30IN451234 Chaired by John Taylor with LLN and Excellence Awards input? Becta Book online at www. bettshow. com/ seminars Education level key eEarly Years Education1Key Stage 12Key Stage 23Key Stage 34Key Stage 4fFurther EducationhHigher Education Keynote Theatre sponsored by Innovation Theatre sponsored by Solutions Theatre sponsored by Code: KE - Keynote Theatre PO - Policy Theatre SO - Solutions Theatre SE - Special Education Needs Theatre IN - Innovations Theatre New@ BETT in association with