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18 New@ BETT www. bettshow. com SEN Seminars The seminars on this page take place in the Special Needs Theatre ( located towards the rear of the Grand Hall) Wednesday 13 January Title, SpeakersStart TimeCodeEducation Level An online portal to support ITT and CPD SEN practice10: 45SE111234 Speaker to be confirmed Building Special Schools for the Future: A Case Study12: 00SE12123 Ged McClinton, Partnership for Schools C. A. L. L. - Communicative Aspects of Learning and Life13: 15SE13234 Grace Windle, Speech and Language Therapist, St Hugh's Communication and Interaction Specialist College ( SSAT) Sponsored by Granada Learning: e- Assessment in the new assessment regime14: 30SE141234 Andrew Thraves Thursday 14 January Title, SpeakersStart TimeCodeEducation Level Dyslexia Friendly Education10: 45SE21e1234fh Dr. Kate Saunders, British Dyslexia Association Making Learning Platforms accessible for pupils with SEN; wherever they are, and 12: 00SE221234 whenever they want John Galloway, LB Tower Hamlets The Inclusion Development Programme: Supporting pupils with BESD13: 15SE231234 Mary Daly, National Strategies Technology tools for Inclusion14: 30SE24e1234fh Maggie Wagstaff, ICT consultant, Independent ICT The Home Access Assistive Technology bundle: what does it mean for schools? 15: 45SE251234f Ian Litterick, British Dyslexia Association New Technologies Committee member and Executive Chairman, iansyst Ltd Friday 15 January Title, SpeakersStart TimeCodeEducation Level ICT for ASD- preparing learners with Autistic Spectrum Disorders for challenge and 10: 45SE3134fh change Marianne Beamish and Amanda O'Neill, West Suffolk College Maths and Dyslexia12: 00SE321234 Di Hillage, Chairman BDA New Technologies Committee, British Dyslexia Association Better Communication - Brilliant Outcomes14: 30SE341234 Mick Thomas and Terry Waller, Becta ECHOES: Improving Children's Social Interaction through an Exploratory Multimodal 15: 45SE35e1 Environment Wendy Keay- Bright: Reader in Inclusive Design, Cardiff School of Art and Design Saturday 16 January Title, SpeakersStart TimeCodeEducation Level Spell checking when working online11: 30SE4234fh E. A. Draffan, Research Fellow, University of Southampton, Dr. Abi James, Managing Consultant, Product Innovation, Iansyst Ltd Using ICT to support Wave 3 interventions for pupils with Dyslexia and similar 12: 30SE43123 learningdifficulties Victoria Crivelli, The Learning Support Team, Worcester Children Services E Learning for personalised learning; sharing good practice from a Pupil Referral Unit13: 30SE441234 Rashida Din, Greys Education Centre, Bedfordshire's Pupil referral Unit Education level key eEarly Years Education1Key Stage 12Key Stage 23Key Stage 34Key Stage 4fFurther EducationhHigher Education New@ BETT in association with

From screen capture to lecture capture. software for everyone. Visit us at BETT 2010 Stand # G84 Personal demos Free software trials We use screencasts in a number of lessons to create interactive teaching resources. Our pupils are what I call ' technology natives', this kind of interaction comes naturally to them. Dominic Tester, Assistant Headteacher from Costello College www. techsmith. com