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Nov 27, 2016

Michelle Thomas is speaking at the TES Leaders Summit at Bett 2017 and organising TeachMeet Resolution both in January 2017, London. 

What's in this episode?

Intro 0-2.30:
Nordic Edtech Conference: http://nordicedtech.squarespace.com/ 
Forward schedule - give your vote on which topics should be included or sign up to sponsor: theedtechpodcast@gmail.com  
Content:
Interview with:
Michelle Thomas, executive head teacher of the New Wave Federation
Neill Melville, CAS master teacher, federated assistant head teacher, New Wave Federation
The concept of Federation
The role of the Executive Head Teacher
How to get mentorship or support when there's no Executive Head teacher structure in place
Being a connected educator
Suggested apps for use in the classroom
Ensuring tech for good and not extending the attainment gap

Sample Quotations:

Michelle Thomas
Federation is about schools working together, achieving more, sharing leadership and talents.
I don't want my staff to see themselves in a bubble of perfection.
I found bright children completely disengaged with learning
I like systems in place.
It's a tough life being a teacher.
Being a head teacher is quite a lonely job. The hardest thing is the loneliness. Search networks is useful. Having mentors is very important as a head teacher
I am a big believer of learning from other people. That's the beauty of Federations and Academies. Leadership makes the difference.
I started to see iPads as the hook. We put them in the classroom. It did create a spark of interest in children.
We wanted the iPad to make learning independent and get them to collaborate, work together. Take learning to another place, that we teachers couldn't.
Don’t use an iPad if it's much quicker on pen and paper! Think about the use of the technology, don’t have it replacing something. Because that's not going to take it anywhere.
An appraisal system around the use of technology was key for us, not an extra add-on.
Show-casing was a quick-win that allowed us to create a competent digital team. They showed what they were able to do with technology in the classroom.

Neill Melville

  • Teach computer science in schools. Not only how to use technology but also how to create technology.
  • Coding? It's important. It is the thinking aspect of it that it is important, computational thinking can be used in other subjects.
  • Computer science should be taught in a cross curricular way.
  • Technology gives you the chance to show your work to a wide audience and children want to excel.

References:

 

Michelle Thomas, Executive Headteacher of the New Wave Federation NLE
https://twitter.com/mthomas2010 
https://uk.linkedin.com/in/michelle-thomas-2162b7a6 

New Wave Teaching School
http://www.newwaveteachingschoolalliance.co.uk/about-us/ 

John Hattie
http://visible-learning.org 
https://twitter.com/VisibleLearning 

Alison Peacock
http://alisonpeacock.net 
https://twitter.com/AlisonMPeacock?lang=de 

Andy Buck
https://twitter.com/andy__buck?lang=de 
https://twitter.com/LshipMatters 
http://www.leadershipmatters.org.uk/ambassadors/andy-buck

Apps:

Explain Everything
https://explaineverything.com 

Green Screen
http://www.doink.com/tutorials/ 

Pop Pop Pow
https://apkpure.com/pop-pop-pow/com.roysyh.poppoppow 

iMovie
http://www.apple.com/imovie/ 

Mark Anderson, ICTEvangelist
https://ictevangelist.com 
https://twitter.com/ictevangelist?lang=de 
https://uk.linkedin.com/in/themarkanderson 

The Brilliant Club
http://www.thebrilliantclub.org 
https://twitter.com/brilliantclub?lang=de 

TeachMeet Resolutions
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/teachmeet-resolutions-tickets-29086360086 

Digital Sisters
https://twitter.com/digitalsisters?lang=de 

Gary King
https://uk.linkedin.com/in/garyking2 
https://twitter.com/gary_s_king?lang=de 

Claire Bradshaw
https://clairembradshaw.co.uk/executive-coaching/coaching-in-the-education-sector/  
https://www.linkedin.com/in/clairembradshaw 

Jane Considine
http://www.thetrainingspace.co.uk 
http://www.thetrainingspace.co.uk/product/write-stuff/ 
https://twitter.com/janeconsidine 
https://uk.linkedin.com/in/jane-considine-0493952a 

Neill Melville
https://uk.linkedin.com/in/neill-melville-548745a0 
http://community.computingatschool.org.uk/door 

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Next week:

 Maarit Rossi, Global Teacher Award nominee - on Finland and Maths 


Discount for Listeners: Attention EdTech entrepreneurs! This year The Bookseller has linked with EdTech start-up community EdTech Exchange to curate the first ever Edtech for Publishers conference (part of FutureBook 2016) and they would like to offer you an exclusive 20% discount off tickets to listeners of this podcast.
It promises to be a fascinating day, with speakers from across the landscape sharing their ideas and thrashing out the crucial issues, and some of the newest start-ups revealing details of their ventures. To register visit www.thebookseller.com/futurebook2016 and enter promo code PODCAST20.

 

Support young entrepreneurs from 8 years old and upwards at HERE EAST on the 4th December: E: julian@ultra.ventures W: www.Ultra.Education EventBrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ultrakids-club-winter-business-fair-tickets-27386103573

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University Business (UB) was launched in 2005, and in the past decade has established itself as the leading B2B publication within the UK HE sector. http://universitybusiness.co.uk/ 

 

 

Bett is your annual opportunity to experiment with the latest education technology, hear from inspirational figures and experts in the industry and meet your peers from far and wide (as in literally from classrooms around the world).Read more: http://www.bettshow.com/  For more information contact laura.conboy@i2ieventsgroup.com 

 

Visit www.ukeduweekly.com to review the latest news and articles

 

EdTechXEurope is the leading thought leader summit bringing together executive level investors, innovators and industry influencers from European and international education companies. Now in its fourth year, EdTechXEurope hosted 800+ global attendees and invited over 150 speakers to showcase EdTech innovations and perspectives from around the world. http://edtechxeurope.com/ 

 

The EdTech Exchange is Europe's largest community of EdTech Founders and provides members with mentoring, support and a programme of events designed to share best practice through peer-to-peer learning. The Exchange brings together like-minded EdTech entrepreneurs, encouraging them to exchange ideas, swap war stories, and give and receive advice from their peers. It is solely for Founders of EdTech companies who have raised at least £100,000 of financing or revenue, with many members having raised significantly more.  http://edtech.exchange/ 

 

The Edtech Podcast supports the mission of WomenEd: #WomenEd is a grassroots movement which connects existing and aspiring leaders in education. Even though women dominate the workforce across all sectors of education there still remain gender inequalities, particularly at senior leadership level. The situation regarding BME leadership is even more dire considering the fact that the student population is becoming increasingly diverse. This situation is clearly unacceptable and rapid change is needed. #WomenEd will therefore campaign and use its collective power to make improvements, so that there is a more equitable balance in terms of gender and ethnicity at leadership level across all sectors of education. http://www.womened.org/ 

 


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Nov 18, 2016

Download the YOUGOV School Leaders Benchmark Report discussed in this episode

What's in this episode? Interview with former Assistant Headteacher, Rob Eastment, Client Services Manager, Firefly Learning on new YouGov survey findings on senior leaders, schools and data: what do they really want and currently experience?

Subjects covered:
Parents evenings and reports - can the experience be improved?
Looking at data in parallel industries: aviation and healthcare
Data, the cloud and security
Some example stats:
47% of SLT disagreed that their schools were using their existing technology successfully
80% of SLT said they would welcome daily access to student grades, attendance and departmental performance

Sample Quotations:

Private schools do monitoring achievements of students, they are monitoring it for their own purposes as opposed to the need to feed the information to county council and government.
States school teachers are very much under the cosh when it comes to the paperwork. Stuff that actually is getting in the way of what you want to do in the classroom.
The biggest issue with data collection is that somebody has to collect it. You need time to collect it, or you need a process that allows you to collect it easily. And you have to have a very good reason for collecting it.
The trick is being able to collect the data so that the teachers aren’t having to do more to hand it over to you.
The student’s performance is only part of the equation. There's the other aspect which is: what happened that got the student to bring about this performance?
That approach to be able to learn from what the best are doing rather than we are watching to see what you are doing wrong
John Hattie talks about visible learning and visible learning being a two way street. I’ve got to be seen to be teaching, the students have to see that I am teaching them as much as I have got to see they are making progress.
A lot of students are tied to this idea of success, the importance of success means that failure is massively stigmatised. And yet it’s an important part of that process. And if they can see the data and they can understand it, that's fine.
There is a perception that IT and computers are the universal panacea. And if I buy enough computers and if I buy enough iPads everything is going to be fine.

References:

Robert Eastment:
https://uk.linkedin.com/in/robert-eastment-a0218452 
Firefly Learning:
https://twitter.com/fireflyteam 
http://fireflylearning.com 
robert@fireflylearning.com  
YouGov Benchmarking Report, ‘Transparency on Learning’:
http://fireflylearning.com/blog/yougov-benchmarking-report--transparency-of-learning-in-uk-state-schools 
https://twitter.com/YouGov 
John Hattie:
https://twitter.com/john_hattie 
https://twitter.com/VisibleLearning 
Matthew Syed:
https://twitter.com/matthewsyed  
‘Black Box Thinking’, Matthew Syed

Phil Beadle:
https://twitter.com/PhilBeadle 
‘How To Teach’

Paul Black and Dylan William

'Inside Black Box Standards Assessment'

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Inside-Black-Box-Standards-Assessment-x/dp/1871984688 

Sponsorship:

Contact theedtechpodcast@gmail.com to find out more

1000+ listeners from 69 countries each week
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Co-curated takeover episodes
International pop-ups and LIVE podcast recording events
Support independent community building in the edtech space 

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Gain your weekly karma points instantly by rating and reviewing on your particular listening platforms. By rating and reviewing, you allow others like you to find The Edtech Podcast more easily. 

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Add your thoughts and feedback for inclusion in the next episode, by downloading the anchor app for free and recording a quick comment. You can then forward this to The Edtech Podcast anchor account or via twitter to @podcastedtech. 

Next week:

 

Extra Opportunities:


Discount for Listeners: Attention EdTech entrepreneurs! This year The Bookseller has linked with EdTech start-up community EdTech Exchange to curate the first ever Edtech for Publishers conference (part of FutureBook 2016) and they would like to offer you an exclusive 20% discount off tickets to listeners of this podcast.
It promises to be a fascinating day, with speakers from across the landscape sharing their ideas and thrashing out the crucial issues, and some of the newest start-ups revealing details of their ventures. To register visit www.thebookseller.com/futurebook2016 and enter promo code PODCAST20.

 

Support young entrepreneurs from 8 years old and upwards at HERE EAST on the 4th December: E: julian@ultra.ventures W: www.Ultra.Education EventBrite: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ultrakids-club-winter-business-fair-tickets-27386103573

Support The Nordic Edtech Conference in Copenhagen by attending or sponsoring: http://nordicedtech.squarespace.com/program/Contact theedtechpodcast@gmail.com to find out more. 

Support TM Resolution in January by attending or supporting with prizes: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/teachmeet-resolutions-tickets-29086360086 Contact theedtechpodcast@gmail.com to find out more. 

Welcome to new media partners, ASU GSV Summit 2017! 

http://asugsvsummit.com/ 

Partners:

Innovate My School is a strategic partner of The EdTech Podcast. Visit www.innovatemyschool.com to subscribe to the free newsletter for the latest inspirational articles

Visit www.edtechnology.co.uk to sign up for the free fortnightly e-newsletter for the latest news and innovations in EdTech, featuring The Edtech Podcast

 

Visit http://www.besa.org.uk/ for member news and information. 10% discount for BESA members on podcast sponsorship and ads.

Visit https://www.naace.co.uk for member news and information. 10% discount for NAACE members on podcast sponsorship and ads.

University Business (UB) was launched in 2005, and in the past decade has established itself as the leading B2B publication within the UK HE sector. http://universitybusiness.co.uk/ 

 

 

Bett is your annual opportunity to experiment with the latest education technology, hear from inspirational figures and experts in the industry and meet your peers from far and wide (as in literally from classrooms around the world).Read more: http://www.bettshow.com/  For more information contact laura.conboy@i2ieventsgroup.com 

 

Visit www.ukeduweekly.com to review the latest news and articles

 

EdTechXEurope is the leading thought leader summit bringing together executive level investors, innovators and industry influencers from European and international education companies. Now in its fourth year, EdTechXEurope hosted 800+ global attendees and invited over 150 speakers to showcase EdTech innovations and perspectives from around the world. http://edtechxeurope.com/ 

 

The EdTech Exchange is Europe's largest community of EdTech Founders and provides members with mentoring, support and a programme of events designed to share best practice through peer-to-peer learning. The Exchange brings together like-minded EdTech entrepreneurs, encouraging them to exchange ideas, swap war stories, and give and receive advice from their peers. It is solely for Founders of EdTech companies who have raised at least £100,000 of financing or revenue, with many members having raised significantly more.  http://edtech.exchange/ 

 

The Edtech Podcast supports the mission of WomenEd: #WomenEd is a grassroots movement which connects existing and aspiring leaders in education. Even though women dominate the workforce across all sectors of education there still remain gender inequalities, particularly at senior leadership level. The situation regarding BME leadership is even more dire considering the fact that the student population is becoming increasingly diverse. This situation is clearly unacceptable and rapid change is needed. #WomenEd will therefore campaign and use its collective power to make improvements, so that there is a more equitable balance in terms of gender and ethnicity at leadership level across all sectors of education. http://www.womened.org/ 

Nov 13, 2016

 

What's in this episode? Takahashi was recently nominated for the prestigious Varkey Foundation Global Teacher Prize, often referred as the Nobel Prize in education, for his work in the classroom and contributions to society. Takahashi, the first candidate from Japan, is among 50 nominees selected from 8,000 candidates representing 148 countries

Content:
Interview with Takahashi and his students at Kogakuin University Junior High-School, Senior High-school in order to get some insights in his work and teaching methods.

Subjects covered:
Takahashi’s journey from PHD studies to teacher and his aspiration to ‘pay it forward’
Thoughts on creating more independent learners in a system devoted to ‘cramming’
Which theorists in cognitive science and learning design does Takahashi follow
The difference in conditions and opportunities for teachers in independent and state schools in Japan
Working with Lego to promote project based learning and launching his own edtech incubator
Challenging a system of education built on teacher sacrifice to create something more sustainable
An inspirational message to all educators at the end of his interview

Sample Quotations: My life has been blessed with good teachers. So I wanted to pay a reward toward the next generation.
I learned how to teach based on science.
In Japanese schools the test score is everything. Learning should be tangible.
Students can express their heart, their thoughts making LEGOs.
You can learn project management with LEGO.
Students started to work independently, that’s wonderful!
I.C.T. means I can be connected with students 24 hours.
Old teaching style is just lecturing students. Sit down, be quiet. I’m teaching you have to be still. But like that it’s not fun.
You should have fun in class.
Japanese students are very dependent on some things like repetitions, companies’ names. They have to follow some kind of specific track.
Students are always evaluated within the school, but this world is very wide!

 

References:

Firefly Learning Conference Registration
http://go.fireflylearning.com/Firefly_Conference_2016_Registration.html 

Kazuya Takahashi
http://www.globalteacherprize.org/top-10-finalist/kazuya-takahashi/ 

http://www.japantimes.co.jp/news/2015/12/30/national/teacher-champions-critical-thinking-global-perspective-students/#.WCLeEGWO6u4 

Global Teacher Prize
https://twitter.com/TeacherPrize?lang=en 

Varkey Foundation
https://twitter.com/VarkeyFdn 

Bett
http://www.bettshow.com/ 

Kogakuin University Junior High-School, Senior High-school
http://www.kogakuin.ac.jp/english/ 

Edmodo
https://twitter.com/edmodo 

Blackboard
http://uki.blackboard.com/ 

Google Docs
https://www.google.co.uk/docs/about/ 

Seymour Papert
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Seymour_Papert

Jean Piaget
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jean_Piaget 

Joe Fatheree
https://twitter.com/josephfatheree 

Maarit Rossi
https://twitter.com/pathstomath  


Sponsorship:

Contact theedtechpodcast@gmail.com to find out more

1000+ listeners from 69 countries each week
3 ad slots per episode
Co-curated takeover episodes
International pop-ups and LIVE podcast recording events
Support independent community building in the edtech space 

Subscribe:

Never miss an episode! Subscribe to The Edtech Podcast via iTunes, TuneIN Radio, Stitcher, Pocket Cast and many more. You can also subscribe to The Edtech Podcast weekly for news, events updates and episode links: Sign up to The EdTech Podcast Weekly  🎧  - Latest Episode Links & News 📢 

Review:

Gain your weekly karma points instantly by rating and reviewing on your particular listening platforms. By rating and reviewing, you allow others like you to find The Edtech Podcast more easily. 

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Add your thoughts and feedback for inclusion in the next episode, by downloading the anchor app for free and recording a quick comment. You can then forward this to The Edtech Podcast anchor account or via twitter to @podcastedtech. 

Next week:

Rob Eastment, Firefly Learning and an ex-assistant headteacher, discusses the findings from a new Govnet survey on what senior leaders in education really want from their data. 

Extra Opportunities:

Support The Nordic Edtech Conference in Copenhagen by attending or sponsoring: http://nordicedtech.squarespace.com/program/Contact theedtechpodcast@gmail.com to find out more. 

Support TM Resolution in January by attending or supporting with prizes: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/teachmeet-resolutions-tickets-29086360086 Contact theedtechpodcast@gmail.com to find out more. 

Listen in for more Bett speaker episodes and register at http://www.bettshow.com/ 

Partners:

Innovate My School is a strategic partner of The EdTech Podcast. Visit www.innovatemyschool.com to subscribe to the free newsletter for the latest inspirational articles

Visit www.ukeduweekly.com to review the latest news and articles

Visit www.edtechnology.co.uk to sign up for the free fortnightly e-newsletter for the latest news and innovations in EdTech, featuring The Edtech Podcast

Visit http://www.besa.org.uk/ for member news and information. 10% discount for BESA members on podcast sponsorship and ads.

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Nov 6, 2016

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What's in this episode? 

Political control on textbook content  - yes, no, maybe
Best methods for retention of information
Can you have a favourite website like you have a favourite book?
 

Intro:
Tipping over 20,000 downloads
Round-up of the week
Opportunity to support #TMresolutions
Content:
TEACHING TO THE TEXT: TEXTBOOKS OR TECHNOLOGY? #battleofideas debate recorded at the Barbican with
Susanna Goldschmidt, Head of Publishing, Discovery Education
Colin Hughes, Managing Director, Collins Learning
Tim Oates, Group director of assessment research and development, Cambridge Assessment
David PerksFounder and principal, East London Science School; director, the Physics Factory
José Picardo, Assistant principal, Surbiton High School
CHAIR: Harley Richardson, Director of design and development, Discovery Education

Sample Quotations:

Harley Richardson
-Which do we need the most in the classroom: textbooks or technology?
-Textbooks or technology? We could just say a little bit of both and go home
-Many parents are concerned that mobile phones are allowed in schools

Tim Oates
-What constitutes high quality material?
-Understand the role and the function of traditional textbooks, understand what they have meant for hundreds of years to understand what we should do now
-Systematical control over textbooks is critical in reform
-Textbooks support a whole range of functions
-The best teachers around the world are those who are supportive of best quality textbooks
-In Finland textbooks still are seen as steering mechanism for education -
Textbooks provide a schema. They provide the shape of a subject. Digital performs differently

David Perks
-If textbooks are the answer, what is the question?
-What does a good textbook look like?
-Websites don͛’t last, their content is ephemeral. The whole premise in which digital has been designed is ephemeral and not long-standing
-If you want to take notes use a pen, don͛t use a laptop because it goes in much better if you use a pen
-When kids use technology is not the same as us using it -Google doesn’t teach, we do

Jose Picardo
-Textbooks and technology, rather than textbooks or technology. Both are useful, both facilitate learning
-Does a textbook need to be in print form? Cannot it be in digital form?
-Digital resources are dismissed often for the wrong reason
-What students prefer may not always be what͛’s best for them
-Spaced studying, interleaving topics, frequent load testing have improved teaching and learning
-Pairing texts with interactive graphics to help conceptualisation
-Featuring sound and video-recordings are great for languages teaching and learning
-The focus should be on how can we make these resources work better
-What learners prefer to do often goes against what cognitive psychology tells us is best

Colin Hughes
-Digital is dynamic, is connected
-Why 14% of time in UK classrooms use any kind of digital materials at all? Maybe 14% is about right actually. For the rest of the world is about 4%
-Adapted learning platforms are going to be unbelievably useful
-It͛’s about defining what can that particular technology do that the other can͛’t
-The use of printed revision guides is way stronger
-Textbooks are not a substitute for quality teaching or indeed teacher knowledge

 Susanna Goldschmidt
-Comparing textbooks with tech is like comparing a theological treatise with an encyclopedia
-How could a textbook evocate for the plurality of options that now face subject teachers?
-Digital media lend themselves brilliantly to expanding horizons
-Digital activities encourage students to engage actively in what they͛re learning
-Technology offers tools capable of liberating teachers from drudge work allowing them to focus on the real business of teaching
-Hybrids, digital textbooks called ͚techbooks͛ combine the substance of textbooks with the attributes of digital
School is not just about learning what the curriculum stipulates should be learned. It͛s also about expanding horizons, transformative experiences.
-Textbooks or Technology? Both

References:
This event was recorded at the #battleofideas event by the institute of ideas at the Barbican, London: http://www.battleofideas.org.uk/2016/session/11568#.WBu6U-GLSu4  
Speakers:
Harley Richardson https://twitter.com/harleyrich  
Tim Oates http://www.cambridgeassessment.org.uk/about-us/who-we-are/our-leadership/tim-oates/  
Jose Picardo https://twitter.com/josepicardoSHS  
Colin Hughes https://twitter.com/4collinsmd  
David Perks https://twitter.com/dperks  
Susanna Goldschmidt https://twitter.com/smg37  Discovery Education https://twitter.com/DiscoveryEd  
References:
Why Textbooks Count?͛ Tim Oates http://www.cambridgeassessment.org.uk/images/181744-why-textbooks-count-tim-oates.pdf  
Cambridge Approach to Textbooks͛ http://www.cambridgeassessment.org.uk/textbooks/ Cambridge Assessment  https://twitter.com/Cam_Assessment 

Richard Culatta https://twitter.com/rec54  
Surbiton High School https://twitter.com/SurbitonHigh  Shooting Azimuths http://www.josepicardo.com/education/shooting-azimuths  
Bloomsbury https://twitter.com/BloomsburyBooks  
Collins learning https://collinslearning.com  
The Publishers Association https://twitter.com/PublishersAssoc  
East London Science School https://twitter.com/elss_freeschool  
HarperCollins https://twitter.com/HarperCollins  International Publishers Association https://twitter.com/IntPublishers  
State Policy and the Control of Curriculum͛, William Smith http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/schools/interviews/schmidt.html  
Michael Barber, Chief Education Advisor to Pearson -
Pearson https://twitter.com/pearson  
TES https://twitter.com/tes  
An Astronaut's Guide to Life on Earth͛, Chris Hadfield https://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/apr/10/an-astronauts-guide-to-life-on-earth-chris-hadfield-review  Geert Hofstede http://geerthofstede.com 

Innovate My School is a strategic partner of The EdTech Podcast. Visit www.innovatemyschool.com to subscribe to the free newsletter for the latest inspirational articles

Visit www.ukeduweekly.com to review the latest news and articles

Visit www.edtechnology.co.uk to sign up for the free fortnightly e-newsletter for the latest news and innovations in EdTech, featuring The Edtech Podcast

Visit http://www.besa.org.uk/ for member news and information. 10% discount for BESA members on podcast sponsorship and ads.

Visit https://www.naace.co.uk for member news and information. 10% discount for NAACE members on podcast sponsorship and ads.

Bett is your annual opportunity to experiment with the latest education technology, hear from inspirational figures and experts in the industry and meet your peers from far and wide (as in literally from classrooms around the world).Read more: http://www.bettshow.com/ For more information contact laura.conboy@i2ieventsgroup.com

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