Festival of Computing 2016: Workshops, presentations and more

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Friday 17th June will see educators from across the country converge upon Roehampton University’s Froebel College for Festival of Computing 2016, a day of inspirational talks, workshops and research presentations. The event, taking place in south-west London, will be a place for educators to meet, create, share and inspire one another. Practical workshops will be enriched with talks and presentations about pedagogical approaches to learning and teaching with technology. Tickets cost £60 for an adult and £40 for a student.

 


From programming to iPads in education, teaching to assessment, there is something for everyone. Both Primary and Secondary teachers are encouraged to attend. Alongside sessions for adults, the Festival of Computing team will offer limited workshops to schools for bringing their classes to the festival.

The Festival of Computing will also be host to a wealth of high-profile speakers, such as:


Visit festivalofcomputing.com for more information.

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