FutureScot is delighted to announce a full-day conference on STEM learning through digital technology and how it can be harnessed by educators to equip themselves and children with the tools to succeed.
Featuring a stellar cast of speakers, including a rocket scientist from the European Space Agency, EduTech 2017 will put a laser focus on what schools need to thrive in a digital age.
Aimed at teachers and education professionals, the delegate-focused event features 9 interactive workshops and keynotes from some of the foremost international digital learning experts.
The intensive sessions will help teachers address key gaps in their knowledge, and provide useful advice on how to get the most out of digital for their own development and of learners.
The conference will be an opportunity for leaders to reflect on what can be done to help Scotland address its attainment gap and how digital can be used as part of a STEM learning toolkit.
You will also be able to network with fellow educators, exhibitors and sponsors during breaks between the packed agenda of seminars and plenary sessions.
A bit like teachers, EduTech 2017 is focused on results so the conference will be given national visibility through a full report featured in The Times Scotland.
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The Scottish Government’s STEM Education and Training strategy points to the important role STEM Education & Training has to play if we are to fully realise aspirations for all children and young people to have the skills and confidence needed to work, contribute and live in a technologically-advanced and digitally-inclusive society.
With the continued integration of technology into the school curriculum, EduTech 2017 will, through a range of plenary sessions and workshops, explore and debate the developments surrounding the use of technology in the classroom, including:
- how to improve the skills and confidence of teachers using digital tools;
- latest developments in classroom resources and assessment tools;
- how we widen access to technology, address the attainment gap and more effectively position digital tools at the centre of the STEM curriculum, empowering learners and creating tomorrow’s leaders of change.
Who should attend:
- Head Teachers and Deputy Head Teachers
- Teachers and Curriculum Managers
- School Business Managers
- Heads of eLearning
- School Heads of IT
- Local Authority Education Managers
- Further and Higher Education Representatives
- Union representatives
25 May 2017
The Technology &
99 George Street
Glasgow G1 1RD
0141 444 7000
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