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www.scottishlearningfestival.org.uk7The Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show Guideshow features2010 Show Featuresnew features for 2010innovation AlleyInnovation Alley has been designed to bring creativity and innovation to education and allow smaller companies to thrive in what is a competitive market. It provides a platform for the most imaginative, inventive and useful resources in the market. It's vital for educators to see exciting and innovative resources and services that are available within the market and embrace diversity within the marketplace.Amongst the exhibitors on Innovation Alley is Numbergym Software, Action Aid, Our Dynamic Earth, Voice, Eco Schools Scotland and many more!To help plan your visit to this year's Scottish Learning Festival we've created a list of the main features of what you can see and do.The Local Authority meeting Lounge Stand B50The Local Authority Meeting Lounge provides the perfect opportunity to network; meet with other local authorities and exhibitors of your choosing including current and potentially new suppliers. The Local Authority Presentations Theatre Stand B40Adjacent to the Local Authority Meetings Lounge you will also find the Local Authority Presentations Theatre (Stand B40). Here you can find out about new and exciting launches from exhibitors as well as new ideas and innovations. These sessions will be running throughout the day, just turn up to the sessions of your choice!Local Authority Presentations Theatre timetableWednesday 22nd September 2010TimeTitlePresenterCompany10.30Symbolising the Environment: A Whole School Approach - taking symbols into the mainstreamSandra Miller, FACCT Service, Fife Council Dynavox Mayer-Johnson11.00Making the most of digital content with the new CLA School Licence Sarah BrearThe Copyright Licensing Agency12.30Interoperoperable ICT in Learning EnvironmentMr Phil Atkinson, Ms Lucy Payne & Mr David EvansGenee WorldThursday 23rd September 201010.00Title TBCSpeaker TBC CEM Centre for Evaluation and Monitoring10.30Case study: Using new technology to help bring Maths to lifeKaren Birnie and Rona Lindsay, Aboyne AcademyTexas Instruments11.30Title TBCJayne ParsonsA&C Black12.00Symbolising the Environment: A Whole School Approach - taking symbols into the mainstreamSandra Miller, FACCT Service, Fife CouncilDynavox Mayer-Johnson

show features8www.scottishlearningfestival.org.ukThe Scottish Learning Festival 2010 Show GuideReturning for 2010Health and Wellbeing Zone Improve the health of your pupils with advice and ideas to enourage physical activity and healthy eating. Why not also make a visit to the Healthier Scotland Cooking Bus and find new ways and recipes to improve healthier eating! The Healthier Scotland Cooking BusThe Healthier Scotland Focus on Food Cooking Bus is attending The Scottish Learning Festival to showcase its work.The Healthier Scotland Cooking Bus travels throughout Scotland teaching pupils, teachers, parents and community members cooking skills, healthier eating, food safety and hygiene and where food comes from.At SLF delegates can sign up for a training workshop, there will be two workshops per day. Fear Not! If the sessions are fully booked you can sit outside the front of the Bus and watch the examplar workshop on the outside TV screen.Early Years Zone Enhance the progression of your early years pupils, with the very latest resources and ideas from a range of exhibitors including: YPO, Barefoot Books, Wonderbox, Ameeca Ltd, Sticky Kids and many more!Scottish Education Village Come along and see the new look and engaging stands that showcase the main areas of work from the Scottish Government, LTS, SQA and HMIE.Education ShowcaseLocated within the exhibition hall as part of the Scottish Education Village, this dedicated presentation area features a range of presentations hosted by practitioners and young people form across Scotland and will cover a range of topics. Sessions aer not pre-bookable, simply come along to see whats' happening. Learning in PracticeHome to the Local Authority, Developing Global Citizens and Cultural Villages, this essential part of SLF provides delegates with the chance to find out more about what's happening across the country and about the resources available from a range of organisations. The Local Authority Village -find out more about strategies and resources being developed by local authorities and meet practitioners and authority staff to share knowledge and ideas.The Cultural Village -discover a range of resources and services available from national providers including representatives from the Heritage Education Forum and the Scottish Arts Council. The Travelling Gallery, a unique, self-contained, custom-built mobile art gallery will bring contemporary art to SLF .The Developing Global Citizens Village - brings together of a wide range of teachers from across Scotland's primary and secondary schools who will be showcasing and discussing resources and ideas used in their teaching and learning for international education, sustainable development, citizenship, Confucius Classrooms and developing global citizensDiscussion ZoneSLF 2010 welcomes back the Discussion Zone, which provides delegates with the opportunity to engage in discussions with a range of presenters. Covering a range of topics, the Discussion Zone allows visitors to listen to and have discussions with presenters in a friendly and informal setting. Sessions are not pre-bookable, simply come along and join a group. All of these features can be found within the Exhibition in Hall 4.Education Showcase TimetableWednesday 22nd Session NameTimeDeveloping Global Citizens09:30Early Years10:1510 minute presentation11:0010 minute presentation11:2010 minute presentation11:40Expressive Arts - Drama performance12:00Health and wellbeing12:45English13:30Mathematics14:15Literacy15:00Sciences15:45Games16:30Thursday 23rd Session NameTimeASN09:30Outdoor Learning10:1510 minute presentation11:0010 minute presentation11:2010 minute presentation12:40Modern Languages12:00MCMC12:45Social Subjects13:30Technologies14:30Games15:15Discussion Zone TimetableWednesday 22nd Session NameTimeChildren's Social, Emotional and Behavioural Characteristics at Entry to Primary School10:00Holocaust Education within Curriculum for Excellence: A Cross-curricular Approach10:00Curriculum for Excellence: Developing a Coherent Curriculum (3-18) Using a Cluster Approach11:00Go Safe! - Ziggy's Road Safety Mission11:00'What's the War Got to do with Us?'12:00Developing the NAR: A Group Discussion12:00Appearance Matters: Promoting Wellbeing13:00A Pan Authority Strategy to Support Curriculum for Excellence through Solution Oriented Approaches13:00Co-operative Learning In Scotland - Does it Work?: Perspectives on the Role of Co-operative Learning in Supporting Curriculum for Excellence14:00Digital Media Computing: Having Fun in School14:00Exploring our Evidence: Enhancing your Experience15:00Leading Change - Raising Standards15:00Communications and Connections16:00All's fair in War?16:00Thursday 23rd Session NameTimeChildren's Social, Emotional and Behavioural Characteristics at Entry to Primary School10:00Holocaust Education within Curriculum for Excellence: A Cross-curricular Approach10:00Curriculum for Excellence: Developing a Coherent Curriculum (3-18) Using a Cluster Approach11:00Go Safe! - Ziggy's Road Safety Mission11:00'What's the War Got to do with Us?'12:00Developing the NAR: A Group Discussion12:00Appearance Matters: Promoting Wellbeing13:00A Pan Authority Strategy to Support Curriculum for Excellence through Solution Oriented Approaches13:00Co-operative Learning In Scotland - Does it Work?: Perspectives on the Role of Co-operative Learning in Supporting Curriculum for Excellence14:00Digital Media Computing: Having Fun in School14:00Exploring our Evidence: Enhancing your Experience15:00Leading Change - Raising Standards15:00