Education gurus host EdTech Impact Conference, 09/12/16, Dudley

Mark Anderson

Mark is an in-demand keynote speaker, former Assistant Headteacher and author of the best-selling 'Perfect ICT Every Lesson' who believes in creativity and innovation in the classroom to empower learners. He is now an independent education consultant/trainer and Independent Thinking Associate. He is also a popular award-winning blogger who has led on some of the earliest and largest 1:1 iPad rollouts in schools in the UK. He is a Pedagoo admin, Google Certified Teacher, Apple Distinguished Educator and Microsoft Certified Educator.

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On Friday 9th December, Dudley’s Village Hotel Club will play host to one day event devised to help teachers hone their edtech knowledge and skills. The EdTech Impact Conference is being held by ‘household’ education names Mark Anderson, Nina Jackson and Lee Parkinson, and will run from 8:30am to 3:30pm, offering teachers (EYFS to Further Education) a whole school day’s worth of insight. Ticket prices range from £106.69 to £169.99.

Between them, the three organisers boast a wealth of edtech knowledge, and share their knowhow with other educators through events and social media. All three are highly sought-after educational technology gurus, with their work via, and

Workshops for the day include ‘Getting impact with technology’, ‘Raising standards through the Internet’, ‘Workflow solutions’ and ‘Improving writing through technology.

“The day will be full of practical ideas right across the curriculum and key stages,” said Mark, an award-winning blogger, speaker and author. “You will get practical ideas and training enabling you to have an impact on pedagogy and practice, resilience and independence in using technology for learning. From literacy, numeracy and 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.”

Visit the event page for more information.

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