Edtech & Pedagogy: Inaugural online conference offers practical CPD

Written by: Pete Henshaw | Published:

Headteacher Update's inaugural Edtech & Pedagogy online conference takes place next week, with a range of best practice advice, case studies and guidance on offer – including remote learning tips.

The event brings together expert advice and presentations from schools and technology experts and it is taking place online from March 15 to 18 at 4pm to 6pm daily – ideal for twilight CPD or professional learning from home.

Sessions at the event will focus on themes including:

  • Edtech teaching and learning approaches.
  • Advice and tips for effective remote learning.
  • What effective whole-school digital strategy looks like.
  • The relationships between effective technology-use and good pedagogy.
  • The role of evidence and research in whole-school planning and classroom deployment of ICT and what some of this emerging evidence is telling us.
  • Remote education for SEND students.
  • Best practice approaches to teacher support and CPD.
  • Not just teaching: Technology-use for workload reduction, safeguarding, financial economies of scale, and broader governance issues.

Registration will give delegates access to the four-day live stream as well as recordings of the presentations that you can view on-demand for three months after the conference.

  • The fee to attend the online conference is £99 (plus VAT) per person. For details, the full programme and to book, visit www.schoolsdigital.co.uk

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