2018 Conference – Winchester

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WHERE

Fort Mason Center
San Fancisco, CA

WHEN

Sunday to Wednesday
July 23 to 26, 2017


The New Era of Tech Companies

Drawing thousands of the world's technology leaders together to learn and do business,

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Drawing thousands of the world's technology leaders together to learn and do business,

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Conference Schedule

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  • Day 1 - Thursday 11th July, 2019

    Join us for our associate and new tutor/early career researcher workshops. This is followed by our opening conference debate before heading out to eat in Winchester at the conference dinner.

  • Writing for publication is a challenging process for any new tutor joining universities. Learn about the features of a good presentation and what your audience is looking for. How to transfer this to the development of a publication as well as general advice for early career researchers.
    Early Career Researcher
    New Tutors

  • An opportunity to share research in a friendly environment.
    Workshop 1a

  • In November 1969 the Sunderland Echo pronounced "County Hall enters the space race". We are often assured that computers at this time were in their infancy. But there is evidence that Higher Education worked with schools to introduce computing years earlier. A later article in the same month reported that a local school (in Sunderland) had a Computer Club and that Computing was on the curriculum within the school in the sixth form and had regular visits to the Polytechnic Computers and this research has revealed evidence of pupils having at least visited computers in the early 1960s. Although such links may have been rare, the introduction of computing into the curriculum came about alongside support for the subject by Higher Education. Most of the articles I have read suggest that computing links between HE and school happened in later decades but the evidence I have found refutes this. The aim of the research is to consider the parallels and differences between the early introduction of computing into schools and the changes of 2014. Over the years the movement away from computing and towards IT was less related to higher education. The catalyst to curriculum reform in 2014 which reintroduced computing into the school curriculum may appear to be led by government but there was strong influence from Higher Education Computing Departments. Again, support was provided by Universities to schools in developing the subject for their pupils. The presentation will discuss the parallels between the introduction of computing into the curriculum as a STEM subject both in the early years of Computing and in the more recent changes of 2014. Will this 'new' curriculum really help to develop a greater quantity of computing graduates in future years in the manner envisaged or are there lessons which could be learned from the past?
    Workshop 1a

  • Keynote

  • Day 2 - Friday 12th July, 2019

    Welcome to our ‘A Richer Curriculum? Creating a culture of opportunity in a digital world’ Conference. Here you will find the complete schedule of the day.

  • Welcome to a whole day of conference activities. Enjoy a quick refreshment before the day begins and enjoy the surroundings of the West Downs Campus. A short introduction to the day, housekeeping and how to find your way around the conference facilities will be provided. Explore the resources demonstrated by the associate companies.
    Housekeeping
    Where
    Main Lecture room - West Downs 2

  • Advancing Pedagogy Keynote: “Powerful pedagogies for a digital world” Professor Mike Sharples, Emeritus Professor, The Open University, UK. Chair: Professor Andy Connell Cat Scutt, Director of Research, The Chartered College of Teaching Gary Trotter Learning by Questions John Galloway Freelance educational IT consultant Sue Savory/Phil Bagge HIAS Inspector/Advisor for Computing, Hampshire
    Keynote

  • An opportunity to share research in a friendly environment
    Workshop 1b

  • This research investigated the use of Eye Gaze Tracking Technology as an assessment tool for learning, to provide additional evidence to confirm teacher assessment and provide further information to para-professionals and parents and professional to support students with PMLD. Data was obtained from a sample of 4 students with PMLD and physical needs located within a special needs school. The innovative technology project provided an independent data source on student assessment to support teachers’ judgement and provide support for future practice. Overall EGTT enabled a more accurate method of teacher assessment of PMLD students’ abilities, giving teachers more confidence with their judgments of more robust evidence to underpin their professional practice.
    Workshop 1b

  • Workshop 1b

  • The power of partnerships between educators and Edtech industry Join our conference fishbowl as we explore the question above Keynote: Caroline Wright, BESA Chair: John Sibbald Fishbowl Speakers Caroline Wright, BESA Nancy Wilkinson, NESTA Santiago Garcia, EDUCATE
    Keynote

  • What is the ideal approach? Effective initial and continuing professional development to support the Early Career Framework Chair: Professor Christina Preston Session Speakers Bernard Dady, Gaia Neil Brading, Teaching Standards Andy Newell, IRIS Connect Joe Basketts, Tablet Academy
    Conference Debate

  • Housekeeping

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Location

Grand Conference Hall - 881 7th Ave New York, NY

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