North-west teachers invited to edtech conference, 7th February


Computeam help schools to improve educational outcomes through the introduction of well-supported technology. They are the creators of the stunning ActiveWorksheet AR resources. In 2016, Computeam won the BETT Award in the Primary Digital Content category for their ActiveWorksheets resource A Journey Through the Maya World!

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Edtech providers Computeam are inviting teachers to their free-to-attend annual conference taking place on Tuesday 7th February at Chill Factore, Trafford, Greater Manchester. This year’s theme is ‘achieving deeper learning outcomes using technology’, with discussions on how teachers can harness the wow-factor that technology offers to benefit classroom learning.

There will be a demonstration of cutting edge virtual reality (VR) resources, combined with seminars providing practical tips on how any teacher with almost any budget can build an immersive learning experience in their classroom. Computeam will also be launching two new augmented reality learning packs, focusing on Ancient Egypt and The Roman Empire, and offering a free VR app to conference delegates.

“We’re excited about sharing our latest thinking on new technologies, but as always the main benefit of attending our conference will be the opportunity to share best practice with like-minded schools,” said Phil Birchinall, education director at Computeam Ltd.
The conference opens at from 12:00 with a free networking lunch, then presentations and seminars begin at 13:00. It’s free to attend for schools, but registration is essential to confirm a place.
Visit the event page or contact [email protected] for more information.

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