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Call Voice Scotland on0131 220 8241 It's a new term, a new academic year and a new chance to make a fresh start, so why not make it your new year's resolution to join a union with a difference? Email our website New classNew startNew yearNew union.Isn't it time you made a resolution to get the voice you deserve?For over 38 years, Voice has been speaking up for education professionals in Scotland. Our members enjoy the strength and support of a union that believes in the power of negotiation as opposed to industrial action. Add to that our personal service and you'll begin to understand why thousands of teachers just like you have been adding their voice to ours. Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuidewelcomeWelcome to the Scottish Learning Festival 2010Now in its 11th year, The Scottish Learning Festival (SLF) continues to offer a wide variety of opportunities for professional learning. It seeks to lead and facilitate improving learning and teaching in schools and education environments. This year's Festival is firmly rooted in leading and developing the implementation of Curriculum for Excellence. As we move to full adoption across Scotland, local authorities, senior management teams and teachers have the opportunity to attend and participate in a host of education seminars in the conference programme as well as the array of innovative products and services in the exhibition area. We are delighted to announce over 160 professional education seminars and more than 200 companies showcasing and demonstrating numerous products and services, all designed to support learning and teaching in Scotland today. Along with eight Spotlight sessions, the conference programme will welcome four internationally respected keynote speakers: Michael Russell MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Education and Lifelong Learning; Eric Booth, Leading Arts and Creative Learning Consultant; Richard Gerver, Inspirational Leader and Educator and; Professor Sugata Mitra, Professor of Educational Technology, all of whom have a wealth of experience and insights to share. In addition to the traditional exhibition, delegates will find a variety of exciting new and returning features including the Scottish Education Village, with Learning and Teaching Scotland, the Scottish Government, SQA and HMIE, the popular Education Showcase, the Health and Wellbeing Zone and many more. For 2010 we are pleased to introduce Innovation Alley and the Local Authorities Meeting Lounge and Presentations Area. These opportunities to interact and engage with colleagues are a key part of the experience at SLF 2010. On behalf of all of us involved in organising the Scottish Learning Festival, we hope you enjoy and value this year's event and that it contributes to a fruitful and productive year ahead.SincerelyProfessor Kay Livingston Richard JoslinLTS EMAPOrganised byExhibition partner