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Eastern Region FE and Skills E-Fair 2015 (BOOKINGS NOW CLOSED - WORKSHOP BOOKINGS AVAILABLE ON DAY SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY)

SEC Learning Technology

Friday, 3 July 2015 from 10:00 to 16:00 (BST)

Eastern Region FE and Skills E-Fair 2015 (BOOKINGS NOW...

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On the 3rd July, South Essex College, the lead partner for The Learning Consortium which is commissioned and funded by The Education and Training Foundation, will be hosting the annual Eastern region e-Fair at our new campus in Grays. The theme for the event is digital curriculum design. The recommendations of the FELTAG report have highlighted that FE and Skills providers need to be planning and implementing innovative models of delivery using technology. Therefore, the purpose of this event is to highlight examples and strategies for practitioners of how this can be achieved.

The event is free to attend for all FE and Skills providers in the Eastern region. There will be a range of key speakers (more info below) as well as workshops delivered by colleagues from the sector. There will also be colleagues showcasing their good practice in the use of learning technology in our Show and Tell area.

 

AGENDA (subject to change)

9.30 - Arrival and refreshments

10.00 - Keynote - Bryan Mathers from Think Out Loud Club

10.45 - BREAK

11.00 - Show and Tell and Workshops (Details TBC)

12.00 - LUNCH

13.00 - Stephan Caspar (University of Southampton) Seminar on digital curriculum design

         - Workshops & Show and Tell

14.00 Show and Tell & Exhibition 

15.00. Closing Keynote - Stephen Heppell (Centre for Excellence in Media Practice)

          - Prize giveaway and closing

16.00  CLOSE


Key Speakers

Bryan Mathers – Think Out Loud club 

Bryan is a learning technology guru who in part is an advisor to City & Guilds on embedding technology into learning design and is a lead support for the Think Out Loud club.  The club brings together other evangelists who share successes and pain to support each other on the Further Education sector’s journey to becoming more digital. In addition to this Bryan is heavily involved in another venture – Wapisasa.

 

Wapisasa is a digital agency – but probably not like any you may have seen before. For a start, Wapisasa is a non-profit organisation (Community Interest Company) focused on the development of young people (Rookies) with aptitude, creativity and enthusiasm. We use Mozilla Open Badges to map out a personalised pathway, and to recognise their learning and development. Each week, one day is set aside for self-directed interest-led learning, in the form of a Maker Day. 


Stephen Heppell

Stephen is a leading voice on the role of ICT in learning and is Professor of New Media Environments at the Centre for Excellence in Media Practice. He leads pedagogic research at the Centre and supervises PhD students. Previously, Stephen spent around a quarter of a century building Ultralab, which established an exceptional, unique, reputation as a world leading learning technology research centre. He later went on to head his own policy, research and practice consultancy which advises governments and national agencies throughout the world on the strategic development of ICT (www.cemp.ac.uk) 

Stephan Caspar

Stephan is the lead for Media Development at Southampton University. Having previously worked in FE where he supported staff to make effective use of technology in their delivery. Currently he is working on content creation for MOOCs and the Southampton Learning Environment as well as producing their own podcasts, teaching students how to make videos with their phones, making short films to support funding bids, capturing lectures, conferences and events.


FAQs 

What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?

Train

c2c service from London Fenchurch Street (Tower Hill nearest tube) to Grays via Ockendon (Approx 35 minutes)

Car

10 Mins from Junction 30 on the M25. Parking is not available on site. There are 3 local carparks. Highlighted in orange (campus highlighted in red) on the map below:

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Please bring your tickets to the event, you can also put them on your mobile phone.

 

 
Do you have questions about Eastern Region FE and Skills E-Fair 2015 (BOOKINGS NOW CLOSED - WORKSHOP BOOKINGS AVAILABLE ON DAY SUBJECT TO AVAILABILITY)? Contact SEC Learning Technology

When & Where


South Essex College (Thurrock Campus)
High Street
RM17 6TF Grays
United Kingdom

Friday, 3 July 2015 from 10:00 to 16:00 (BST)


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