Collabor8 4 Change
Thursday, January 13, 2011 from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM (GMT)
London, United Kingdom
UPDATE: PLEASE KEEP LOOKING BACK AT THE SITE TO CHECK FOR EXTRA TICKETS IF WE ARE CURRENTLY SOLD OUT.
Coming to BETT 2011; A new innovative, ‘be there’ ICT event that will:
- Share best-practice ideas that you can take away and implement in your school
- Connect you to like-minded, award-winning ICT innovators that are willing to share
- Demonstrate ways to innovate and respond to the new budgetary restrictions
Collabor8 4Change is set to be the ICT event you will not want to miss. If you are interested in how ICT can lead change in education, then Collabor8 4 Change is the event to attend.
Collabor8 4 Change is a new-breed of innovative ‘unconference’ event with a clear focus on leadership of ICT with today’s challenges in mind.
All attendees will benefit from the experience and conversation with leading ICT practitioners as they openly share best practice use of hardware and software, with an emphasis on the impact on pupil outcomes and making effective use of existing ICT resources. We are confident
With an impressive, thought-provoking, mixture of exciting and focused mininote presentations from ICT experts such as:
· Hannah Jones (Former Special Projects Director at NCSL)
· Steve Bunce (CPD Leader at VITAL)
Bob Harrison (Consultant with
BECTA and the NCSL)
Opening the event will be advocate for ICT Change Lord Jim Knight (Former Schools Minister) and a real advocate for ICT in education.
Refreshments and light snacks have been provided by our sponsors
Date: Thursday 13th January 2011
Time: 6:00pm- 9:00pm (Please arrive between 5.30-6.00)
Venue: The Apex Room, BETT, Olympia, London
Don’t miss out, read more about the event at Collabor8 4 Change here: http://teachmeet.pbworks.com/w/page/32996820/Collabor8-4-Change-at-BETT-2011
Please note event spaces are limited, so register quickly!
Please can you help out at the event?
If you would like to help out with one of the things listed below, please contact the host by clicking on the icon to the right labelled “Contact host”, saying what you’d like to help out with.
What we need on the night:
· People on the door to check tickets
· People who know where people are going and to chivvy people along between sessions
· People to help set the tables out and clear them up before the start and after the end respectively
· People to collect videos from tables (usb sticks etc) and transfer them to laptop or computer
· Technical support
Organisers include ICT Excellence Award and BETT Award Winners including
London Borough of Havering Inspection and Advisory Service ICT Team, Apple, Toshiba, Joskos Solutions, BrainPOP UK, 2simple, Rising Stars Publishers, The Elmo Visualiser Company and Terry Freedman/ICT in Education
Videoing of the event
By attending the event you agree to being filmed and your photograph being taken. It is our current intention that the content will be first published on various video social media sites i.e. the collabor84change YouTube Site, Flickr, Learn4Life.blip.tv and other social media sites in VIDEO FORMAT or live video streaming. TeachMeet now has, or is linked with, several other channels and services all of which are licensed under Creative Commons for educational use. This form gives anyone in the TeachMeet Movement the right to use the whole or part of your contributions in all media and markets throughout the world and, in so doing, will help the TeachMeet to maintain its position as a leading internet educational movement and broadcaster. We very much hope to use your contributions, but we cannot guarantee to do so.
As a result you assign to anyone within the TeachMeet movement the copyright and all other rights in your contributions for use in all media now known or which may be developed in future and you confirm that your contributions will not infringe the copyright, or similar rights, of any third party. It will be released under a Creative Commons 3.0 by NC SA licence.
In the light of the need of television production and online production for flexibility, you agree that anyone in the TeachMeet movement may edit, adapt, or translate your contributions and you waive irrevocably any “moral rights” you may have in them. You agree that your contributions will not bring TeachMeet into disrepute or be defamatory but you will not be liable in respect of defamatory material which is included without negligence or malice on your part.