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EXHIBITOR Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideLocated in the heart of the exhibition, the Scottish Education Village will once again be home to the LTS stand. Come along and take the opportunity to speak to the LTS educational team about a range of LTS activity in areas including Curriculum, Assessment, Glow and technology and Community learning and Development. Learn more about specific activity for NAR, Literacy, Numeracy, Early Years, Health and Wellbeing and Glow to name a few. The team will be available to demonstrate resources, answer queries or simply have a chat about any of our work. The stand will also feature a pupil lead Glow TV studio and games based learning area where you can get active with our Just Dance demonstration or venture into Wild Earth African Safari. For the first time we will also host Meet the Team sessions on the stand. An opportunity for you to come along and chat with teams from across LTS. See SLF website for schedule of activity.LEARNING AND TEACHING SCOTLANDH40The Optima, 58 Robertson Street, Glasgow, Scotland G2 8DU, UKTel: 0141 282 5000Fax: 0141 282 5050Email: will be continuing to showcase a range of creative solutions for Primary, Secondary and Special Needs establishments. New for the show will be the launch of 'I Can Present', a brand new title designed to allow students to present their work in a more multimedia rich and engaging way. I Can Present is perfect for students to build on their literacy, collaboration and presenting skills, and is a truly cross curricula title. Come along to the Kudlian stand and have a go at your own presentation using Green Screen technology!!KUDLIAN SOFTWARED418A Nunhold Business Centre, Dark Lane, Hatton, Warwickshire CV35 8XB, UKTel: 01926 842544Fax: 01926 843537Email: james.betts@kudlian.netWeb: www.kudlian.netKingswood, part of Education Travel Group, is one of the UK's leading providers of residential education & adventure trips for schools and colleges. With 30 years of experience specialising in primary school, secondary school and college groups, Kingswood offers educational programmes at residential adventure activity centres throughout the UK and northern France. Education Travel Group provides a full range of trips for schools and colleges through its range of companies. STS Travel is the UK's most experienced school tour operator, SkiPlan is the market leader in skiing for schools and Pavilion Tours specialises in Sports, Performing Arts and Adventure trips.KINGSWOOD LEARNING AND LEISURE GROUP LTDC55Kingswood House, Alkmaar Way, Norwich, Norfolk NR6 6BF, UKTel: 0800 655 6564Fax: 01603 404 904Email: is a company formed by a team of educational software designers. Winners of two BETT awards, this same team have been creating educational software since 1994. They are responsible for some of the most popular software used in UK schools today. Just2easy brings the same, high quality, educational software into the world of the Web, with all of its inherent advantages. Imagine, no software to install, a program that is always up to date and Web 2.0 power at home or in the class, all in an e-safe environment. Log onto using your Glow username and password.JUST2EASY LIMITEDB41Crowtrees Farm, Yew Tree Lane, Bradley, Ashbourne, Derbyshire DE6 1PG, UKTel: 01335 370579Fax: 01335 851792Email: sales@j2e.comWeb: www.j2e.comJANET plays a major role in providing global Internet access and services within the backbone of the Interconnect 2.0 across Scotland. The Interconnect 2.0 allows all of Scotland's state schools to access the Glow Intranet, web-based resources and the rest of the JANET community. Scottish local authorities can use the full range of JANET services, including the JANET Certificate Service, JANET txt and the JANET Videoconferencing Service (JVCS). Local authorities are part of the JANET community and we look forward to developing our relationship with them, understanding more fully their needs and working with them in future developments.JANET(UK)A25Lumen House, Library Avenue, Harwell Science and Innovation Campus, Didcot, Oxfordshire OX11 0SG, UKTel: 0300 300 2212Fax: 0300 300 2213 Email: service@ja.netWeb: www.ja.netYou want high quality professional development training for staff, yourself and your school. But with so much pressure on time, budgets and peer collaboration, it isn't always easy securing the first class CPD that you want. By harnessing an innovative combination of video camera and web based software IRIS Connect simply removes the obstacles that stand between you and your CPD aspirations. Unlike standard observations, IRIS Connect allows you to record lessons with minimal disruption. Through unique software you and your peers can build an on-line community allowing you to share best practice and take control of development at anytime.IRIS ConnectJ50Bagshot Manor, Green Lane, Bagshot, Surrey GU19 5NL, UKTel: 08450 724 800Fax: 08450 261 500Email: International Primary Curriculum from Fieldwork Education is a cross-curricular, rigorous, internationally-minded learning model teaching knowledge, skills and understanding that children in the 21st century need within a thematic context. Designed to engage children of all abilities the IPC is used in over 1000 schools in 62 countries throughout the world.INTERNATIONAL PRIMARY CURRICULUMK4425 Buckingham Gate, London, SW1E 6LD, UKTel: 020 7531 9696Email: www.internationalprimarycurriculum.comCracking Ideas is the biggest Government-backed project of its kind and uses a combination of specific lesson plans, teaching resources and a dedicated website - - to encourage innovation among Key Stage Two pupils as part of the National Curriculum. Wallace & Gromit's World of Cracking Ideas campaign aims to encourage young people's interest in innovation and creativity while educating them about intellectual property. The Cracking Ideas competition is now in its third year and this was the most popular yet with almost 9,000 youngsters entering.INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OFFICEF60Rm Il01, Concept House, Cardiff Road, Newport, Wales NP10 8QQ, UKTel: 03000 200015Fax: 01633 814 590 Email: Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideEXHIBITOR PROFILESLink Presentation creates digital teaching resources for use on classroom interactive whiteboards. In autumn this year Link Presentation will present a new tool to help streamline history lessons in schools. Remember the old pull down maps in schools? Well, here is the digital version for you to test. The interactive maps are divided by theme, and you decide which areas and events you wish to view. Using the interactive whiteboard with our application, you can write on the maps and switch between your own notes and maps. LINK PRESENTATIONJ64RBox 44, Stokmarknes, 8455, NorwayTel: +47 75910113Fax: +47 75910166Email: post@linkpresentation.comWeb: www.linkpresentation.comLightspeed Technologies exists to provide listening enhancement solutions in the listening and learning environment for children. There is no easier way to help pupils improve academic achievement. Multiple research studies agree that allowing students to hear the teacher's voice at the same level throughout the classroom is a proven and powerful tool that provides all children with a much-improved opportunity to learn. We provide teachers with tools that enhance their ability to maintain attention and manage the classroom. Lightspeed Technologies is the Trusted Provider in Classroom Audio Technology. Designed specifically for classrooms of today and tomorrow. LIGHTSPEED TECHNOLOGIESL35Office 9, Access House, 62 Portman Road, Reading, Berkshire RG30 1EA, UKTel: 0845 643 5971Email: Education offers a wide range of software solutions, educational resources and services, and works with a variety of international partners to ensure educational establishments worldwide can benefit from our range of innovative, award-winning learning materials. Our dedication and passion in continuing to develop new and exciting applications, that foster pupil / teacher creativity, whilst always listening to what customers want and to what is most important to the education industry, is integral to our forward thinking approach whilst never losing sight of the issues that matter most in the classroom. Lightbox Education is part of the RM Group.LIGHTBOX EDUCATIONL15Friar Gate Studios, Ford Street, Derby, DE1 1EE, UKTel: 01332 258 381Fax: 01332 258 382Email: sales@lightbox-ed.comWeb: www.lightbox-ed.comGlasgow publisher, Lexus Ltd, has been writing bilingual dictionaries since 1980 and is now exhibiting its 15-language series of Travelmate dictionary/phrasebooks, ideal for school trips or prizes. (There's a book on Scots too.) Also on display is the Chinese Classroom: Book 1 (introduction to speaking and understanding); Book 2 (first steps in reading and writing); The Chinese Classroom 3 is an interactive CD-Rom: vocabulary builder, character recognition instructor and pronunciation coach. Its speech recognition software listens to users' pronunciation and assesses accuracy. Come and try your skills and see how the Lexus series makes language learning accessible to all ages.Lexus PublishingQ3460 Brook Street, Glasgow, G40 2AB, UKTel: 0141 556 0440Email: Reading is a highly structured, research based phonics software program that supports reading skills development in students of all ages. It automatically personalises to support individual pupil need. Students using Lexia advance at over twice the rate of non-users with minimal need for one-to-one support. Lexia is a cost effective way of providing high quality phonics tuition which encourages and motivates. Our web-enabled software, allows students to access their work anytime, anywhere. The software offers extensive reporting, highlighting progress and providing value-added evidence for the school. Free evaluations are available at our stand or by following the link LEXIA READINGQ11Gear House, Saltmeadows Road, Gateshead, Tyne & Wear NE8 3AH, UKTel: 0191 490 0099Fax: 0191 477 2120Email: in 1989, Leckie & Leckie is proud to be Scotland's leading educational publisher. We are committed to publishing books that help every Scottish student achieve exam success. With over 200 resources published & exciting future publishing plans in place, Leckie & Leckie continues to focus on the needs of Scottish students, teachers and parents. We specialise in Success Guides, Practice Papers for SQA Exams, Grade Boosters, Revision Notes, and Course Notes for SQA courses and exams. We're also already leading the way in providing books to help Scottish teachers implement Curriculum for Excellence in the classroom.LECKIE & LECKIEE37Leckie & Leckie, HarperCollins, 103 Westerhill Road, Bishopbriggs, East Dunbartonshire G64 2QT, UKTel: 0141 772 3200Email: Resources® are full of fresh teaching ideas for 2010! Visit the stand and discover over 90 new products for Numeracy, Literacy, Science, Early Years, EAL and more! Our exciting and comprehensive range is sure to make learning a fun and hands-on experience. Be sure to stop by and see the new Star Student Pocket Chart helping to reward positive behaviour and build a classroom community! Also don't miss the Hip Hoppin' Hundred MatT children will be hopping around about hundreds with this versatile floor mat which reinforces counting, number patterns and place value!Learning Resources®A205 Merchants Close, Oldmedow Road, Hardwick Est., Kings Lynn, Norfolk PE30 4JX, UKTel: 01553 762276Fax: 01553 769943Email: provide excellent resources for pupils who are catching up in literacy, numeracy, science and the humanities. Many series are differentiated, with glossaries and learning outcomes linking to the national curriculum. Most titles can be bought as photocopy masters or as pdf CDs. The latter are particularly good for promoting group discussion when used in conjunction with an interactive whiteboard. We have also published several CD-ROMs with prices starting at £30 for a site licence. Visit our website to view sample pages from each series - no registration required. 15% discount on all titles at show, schools can be invoiced.LEARNING MATERIALS LTDQ20Dixon Street, Wolverhampton, West Midlands WV2 2BX, UKTel: 01902 454026Fax: 01902 457596Email: learning.materials@btinternet.comWeb: