EdTech Impact Conference

Learning with technology is too important to leave to chance

EdTech Impact Conference

Friday, Dec. 9th, 8:30am-3:30pm

Dudley DY1 4TB, United Kingdom


Join us and book your place, simply visit the event page on Eventbrite.

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A one day spectacular event to help you point your EdTech compass in the right direction to help raise standards of teaching and learning in your classrooms from EYFS to Further Education in using technology.

What will you take-away?

The day will be full of practical ideas right across the curriculum. You will get practical ideas and training enabling you to have an impact on pedagogy and practice, resilience and independence. From literacy, numeracy & oracy to creativity, collaboration and communication this conference will meet all your needs for Edtech Impact in your school.

If there is one conference you should attend this year; it’s this one.


0830 - Coffee, tea and refreshments

0900 - Getting impact with technology: A journey through some of the simplest but most effective tools to impact on learning with practical ideas to use right away.

1000 - Hidden learners: Using technology to impact on ALL the children in your classroom.

1100 - Break

1120 - Raising standards through the Internet: See how when utilised effectively the Internet can be the most powerful tool in the classroom.

1220 - Lunch

1300 - Assessment for learning: A hands on practical session looking at how technology can be used to support and enhance learning.

1340 - Workflow solutions - making technology work in simple ways to impact on learning, making marking easier!

1420 - Improving writing through technology - "When learning is real, learning matters" see how technology can make writing purposeful and memorable.

1500 - Closing remarks / showcase

1530 - Close

Mark Anderson @ICTEvangelist

Mark is an award winning education technology expert, keynote speaker and independent consultant.

Recognised as the most influential person in education technology in Europe for the second year running, he is also one of the UK’s most in-demand speakers and strategic consultants for schools. A passionate advocate for the purposeful use of technology, his experiences of working with schools and technology have led to him working all over the world.

Known as @ICTEvangelist, Mark is the author of the best selling ‘Perfect ICT Every Lesson’ and has numerous published books on the iBooks store. With more than two decades of classroom experience, Mark knows the power and importance of student voice in developing sound practice having co-founded the Digital Leader Network in the UK.

Mark is also an Apple Distinguished Educator, Google Certified Teacher and expert in mobile learning.

Nina Jackson

One of the most in-demand UK based trainers and speakers, successful author Nina Jackson is among the leading global edtech gurus when it comes to technology to support learners with additional needs (or as she likes to call it ‘learning and living differences’). When she’s not winning awards for her work, Nina likes to move in mysterious ways supporting schools, colleges and educational teams around the world. Find Nina on Twitter as @musicmind and read her blog here >> teachlearncreate.com/blog/

Lee Parkinson

A Primary school teacher with more than 9 years of experience under his belt; alongside his classroom teaching Lee is also a highly in-demand successful speaker and trainer.

Lee always puts learning first and is constantly looking for creative and innovative ways in which technology, such as the iPad, can be utilised effectively to positively impact on writing & reading skills as well as developing key numeracy skills.

You can follow Lee on Twitter at @ICT_MrP or view his highly successful website here.

EdTech Impact Conference

Friday, Dec. 9th, 8:30am-3:30pm

Dudley DY1 4TB, United Kingdom


To join us and book your place, simply visit the event page on Eventbrite.

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