Stephen is in the Borders training Teach-It 1.
Scott is presenting to Holy Name PS in Fife.
Lou and Kirsten begin ‘Do Be girls on tour’ to NAACE.
Stephen is running Teach-It 2 training in Melrose, Borders with 9 secondary schools and going to TeachMeet in Fife at night.
Scott is in the office all day and going to Fife’s first TeachMeet at night .
(We are sponsoring the drinks at this event and really looking forward to meeting some Fife educators.)
We are also giving away 2 Teach-It online and 2 paper packs to some very, very lucky schools!
Val Kennedy from Inverkeithing HS is doing a 7 min presentation on TIAA.
Scott will be available to meet/chat to anyone who fancies coming along and saying hi.
Kirsten and Lou will be working socks off at Naace by this stage – the girls will also be meeting Bradford and Woking Council in between.
Scott is presenting Teach-It 1 to Grammar PS in South Ayr.
Lou and Kirsten are still at Naace on stand 18 at the Conference
2011 – Brave New World: Changing Times in Education – 15 – 17 March
2011 – Wokefield Park Reading:http://www.naace.co.uk/conference2011.
We have pride of place and one of the biggest stands at the conference (!) stand 18 in the marquee – please come and say hi!
The Naace Strategic Conference and Exhibition is recognised as one of the key forums for exploring, debating and challenging current thinking about technology and learning. With top-flight keynote speakers, workshops on topical issues and an exhibition with the most innovative suppliers, Naace 2011 is gearing up to be another formative event.
Scott is training Teach-It 1 at Wellwood PS – school of Olivia Wexelstein.
(DoBe Do’er and fab teacher – also key organiser of TeachMeet).
Lou and Kirsten are back in a heap but trudging through the tons of contacts they’ve made at Naace and making sure they get in touch with each one.
Stephen is training probationers at Inverclyde on how to use and apply new technologies to the curriculum to meet aims of CfE.
Friday night – we are all going out for a DTS night in Glasgow (thank you to our lovely pal Jim Lawson at North Lanarkshire Council for the invite!)
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