2017 Annual Conference: ‘Preparing 21st Century Educators’

 

On 21 June 2017 three organisations engaged in the development, delivery and research into the use of mobile and digital technologies in teaching, learning and assessment, will come together to deliver an exciting and ambitious event the ‘Preparing 21C Educators Conference’.  The event will take place from 9.00am to 4.00pm at the University of Hull

The three organisations comprise the Digital Technologies Network (University of Hull and 10 partner colleges), the MTTEP Erasmus Project and the Association for Information Technology in Teacher Education (ITTE).  These three groups have come together to share good practice in the use of technologies in teaching, teacher/lecturer training and to disseminate research which has been undertaken, including working across three sectors of education, in schools, FE colleges and Higher Education. To see the programme click here (Programme for event (provisional)

The event will commence with prestigious keynote speakers at the start of the morning and the afternoon sessions respectively:

Lord Jim Knight (TES Chief Education Advisor), who is a patron of the Association of Information Technology in Teacher Education.

 

 

 

Bob Harrison, Director and Founder of Support for Education, Training (SET) and consultancy needs. Currently the Chair of the Teaching Schools New Technology Advisory Board, a HE/Industry/Schools/DfE/NCTL group.

 

 

The workshop sessions available to delegates will be delivered in three 40 minute sessions during the day and will be either delivered in a 40 minute slot, or in two 20 minute slots.  The wide range of workshop sessions will enable colleagues to select a mixed, or focused set of activities including good practice and interactive sessions, or research undertaken in use of technologies across sectors.

Click here to view workshops and presentations:

 

We hope you will be interested and able to join us on 21 June.  If you would like to receive further information please reply to V.L.Parker@hull.ac.uk .

Best wishes.

Viv Parker

University of Hull


 

Conference 2017: Kingston-upon-Hull

 

PREPARING 21 CENTURY EDUCATORS’ CONFERENCE 21 June 2017

 

Venue: Allam Lecture Theatre, Derwent Building, University of Hull, HU6 7RX

 

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME AND WORKING SESSIONS

 

 

9:00 – 9:30           Registration, tea and coffee in the Derwent Cafe

9:30 – 9.40          Welcome and Introduction:

Professor Kevin Burden, Faculty of Arts Culture and Education

9.40 – 10.30        Keynote speaker: Lord Jim Knight (TES Chief Education Advisor), who is a patron of the Association of Information Technology in Teacher Education.

10.30 – 10.45      Discussion on the matters raised in the presentation.

10.45 – 11:15       Tea/Coffee available in the Derwent Café and leave for Canham Turner (Staff House), Wilberforce, remain in Derwent

 

11.20 – 12.05      WORKING SESSION 1: a choice of one workshop from three aspects, a session could be 40mins in length or have two 20 minute sessions:

(i)   Practical – digital technologies session

(ii)  Research/Scholarly Activity

(iii) Good Practice Short presentations x 20 mins

 

12.05 – 1.05        Lunch and networking, Lindsey Suite, Canham Turner, (Staff House) and then leave for Allam Lecture Theatre

1.15 – 2.00          Allam Lecture theatre: PRESENTATION:  Bob Harrison, Director and Founder of Support for Education, Training (SET) and consultancy needs. Currently the Chair of the Teaching Schools New Technology Advisory Board, a HE/Industry/Schools/DfE/NCTL group

2.00 – 2.15           Discussion on the matters raised in the presentation and leave for Canham Turner (Staff House), Wilberforce, remain in Derwent

2.25 – 3.10          WORKING SESSION 2: a choice of one workshop from 3 themes, a session could be 40mins in length or have two 20 minute sessions:

(i)   Practical – digital technologies session

(ii)  Research/Scholarly Activity

(iii) Good Practice Short presentations x 20 mins

Leave for Canham Turner (Staff House), Wilberforce, Derwent

3.15 – 4.00          WORKING SESSION 3:  a choice of one workshop from 3 themes, a session could be 40mins in length or have two 20 minute sessions:

(i)   Practical – digital technologies session

(ii)  Research/Scholarly Activity

(iii) Good Practice Short presentations x 20 mins

4:00                     Conference ends.

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