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Friday, June 28
 

TBA

Amanda Spielman - Insights into the new Ofsted frameworkAmanda Spielman An Online Dynamic Assignment Planner for Students TBADavid Mullett Balancing Wellbeing with Education and Technology TBA Developing the digital literacy of staff across an education institution TBAMarkus Copping • Darren Simons Transforming educational establishments into self-organising learning environmentsMark Allen 1 in 4 Exam Grades Are Wrong. Does This Matter? TBAMike Buchanan Developing a whole organsiational strategy for digital skills TBAViv Gillespie Evaluating and improving impact: working out what's working in the classroom TBAOwen Carter Friday Afternoons: supporting quality singing in the classroom TBACallum Given Mental Health and Wellbeing with Digital Technologies TBADr Beth Mosley NextGen model of bringing Industry & Education togetherMarcia Deakin Technology and HE TBAMohamed Abdel-Maguid Working towards inclusion for all - Universal Design for Learning TBAPatrick McGrath Accelerated Learning : Why and How? TBAKhaled Benkrid AI now, AI future. TBASimon Thompson Beyond Education - lessons learned from sport & business that help education TBANicky Horn Do we really understand unconscious bias? How can understanding it help us when planning our curriculum?Darren Meitiner-Harvey Emotional literacy and artificial intelligence TBAJohn West-Burnham Engaging young people with the world of work through ‘Virtual Internships’ TBALouis Major • Carol Fletcher Fear and Loathing in the digital world: A savage journey into the heart of young people's life online TBAEmma Bond • Andy Phippen How technology can help, prevent, detect and treat mental health issuesRyan Armes • Dr Beth Mosley It's Culture not Curriculum TBAAndrew Hammond Literacy and Communication: Helping Pupils Find Their Voice TBANicholas Bailey Making Sense of Data TBAMischa Dohler Raising aspiration and access - data led, place based, digitally deliveredClare Marchant Technology and Time - getting the balance rightHilary Clifford The Keys to Positive Leadership TBAMike Buchanan Work Smarter - Google for Education TBAAlastair Bartlett Inspirational Futures: Upgrading your School TBAClaire Broxton Apprenticeships and work based learning TBAMark Dawe Growth Headset: Exploring the use of Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality in schools TBADr James Mannion How Parents and Educators change the world: the case for working together TBAKathryn Weston International Panel Discussion: Insights from international education TBARafik Fellal • Charlotte Steggall SEND and technology - a lifelong approach to empowering the child (Panel) TBADr Beth Mosley • Lawrence Chapman • Cat Scutt • Dr. Annie Clements The Future of Sports Leadership TBADanny Burton • James Sturgeon Using “why” to help define the classroom of the future TBATom Able-Green Resilience: The Biology of Stress and the Science of Hope - EXCLUSIVE Documentary ScreeningKPJR Films ‘The Thriving Child’ - Live from The Royal Opera House TBAFestival Bridge Achieving transformational highly statistically significant impacts on the well-being of youth in challenging circumstances, using social media and beats: Why does Noise Solution's approach work?Simon Glenister Active in Mind TBAYouth Sport Trust • Danny Burton CALSAs and Digital Practice TBAFestival Bridge Computational Thinking in Early Years TBAJill Duman Computing with iPad TBAGraham Trick • Mike Watkinson • Jigsaw24 Creative Learning in a Digital World TBALouise de Froment Dance East – Teacher Development Fund TBAFestival Bridge Designing a Professional Learning Plan that supports future skills and a narrowing curriculum TBAGraham Trick • Mike Watkinson • Jigsaw24 Developing Critical Thinking with iPad TBAGraham Trick • Mike Watkinson • Jigsaw24 Digital Differences - safeguarding disabled children and young people in online spacesAllison Boggis Effective evidence-based revision techniques - with practical examples for science teachers TBAAlan Denton Elevating learning & teaching with intelligent textbooks TBARafik Fellal Encouraging and promoting Inclusion TBAStephen Morley Enhancing BTEC students' transition to HE TBAChristine Smith Expanding the limits of memory - Dual Coding with Teachers TBAOliver Caviglioli Focus on Autism and ADHD - Keeping Children Safe Online TBALIMITEDDr. Annie Clements Google Arts and Culture – Expeditions Flipped Learning TBAFestival Bridge Hands on science investigations TBAJo Montgomery Health is our Greatest Wealth - How "Classroom Wellbeing" can improve performance, behaviour and create a healthy and happy school TBACarole Baker Improving Teacher Workload with iPad TBAGraham Trick • Mike Watkinson • Jigsaw24 Motivating children and young people to get activeJayne Molyneux Noise Solution – Case study TBAFestival Bridge PE - is it fit-for-purpose? TBAYouth Sport Trust • Danny Burton Peer Review & the Suffolk Learning and Improvement Network TBA Positive use of the primary PE and sport premium fundingJames Payne • Heather Madsen • Johnny Lee Reducing isolation, building connection and wellbeing in your organisationIan Flintoff SPACE Education throughout the primary curriculum TBAClaire Seeley Teacher Practice: Julia Lawrence the Digital Cultural Classroom TBAFestival Bridge The Daily Mile - fitter, healthier children, more able to concentrate in the classroomMolly Adkin • Most Active County The EEF report "Improving Secondary Science"Simon Moore The Human Firewall - Cybersecurity for EVERYONE TBARob May The Human Toolbox Overview - 'What Humans Do...' TBALindy Wheeler, MBACP(Accred), FRSA The impact of developing as a Thinking School TBADave Walters The National Centre for Computing Education - Upskilling your workforce in computing education TBABrendan Routledge True Colours in the class TBASuzanne Pearson Understanding the importance of a STEM approach to learningBernice Dixie West Suffolk and Ipswich Local Cultural Education Partnerships TBAFestival Bridge

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