For those of you unable to attend BETT in January EduGeek shall be on stand C24
Direct in Manchester at the Education Innovation Conference and Exhibition on February 27th and 28th
. Please feel free to drop by and stop for a chat about anything.
For more information on the show and its co-located events, please read the article below, and remember registration for Education Innovation is free
“Education Innovation Conference & Exhibition, undoubtedly the best edu show Manchester has held yet @eicemanchester” – Alan O’Donohoe (Head of ICT at Our Lady Catholic School)
The Education Innovation Conference & Exhibition
will take place for the second time at Manchester Central on February 27th and 28th
, building on a successful launch event back in March.
Technology can help network managers and heads of IT or it can be a white elephant that gets in the way of effective teaching, learning and infrastructure. There is no point investing in expensive equipment if it is not going to enhance education or make the running of educational institutions more productive and efficient.
The theme of EICE is “Achievement through Innovation”.
It is achievement that is critical and the event is designed to offer visitors crucial advice, tips and ideas that will enable them to make the most out of existing innovation, as well as lead, teach and procure more innovatively.
The free event
offers education leaders, business managers and practitioners advice, training and guidance when it comes to integrating innovation and technology into learning. This will come in the form of CPD training, access to inspirational keynote speakers, practical workshops, and an exhibition of over 100 solution providers.
96% of the visitors to the 2013 event said that the conference was “excellent” or “good” and the confirmed speakers
for the next show include the head of ICT
inspection at OFSTED, David Brown, Tim Rylands, Toby Young, Russell Prue, Rick Byers, Jan Harrison plus contributions from Government ministers, DfE, EFA, BBC Learning, Jisc, NTAB and much more.
The event will include advice hubs from EduGeek
, Eskills, Computing At School, AMiE and Naace. There will also be a New EdTech Pavilion
Free registration is live at www.educationinnovation.co.uk
and you can also nominate your institution for an Education Innovation Award
Education Innovation is proud to be co-located with “iThink therefore iPad? 2014” “iThink Therefore iLearn?” “Raspberry Jamboree 2014” “GovernorLive” “EdTech CPD” “WeTweeted6” “SLTeachMeet”