12 October 2018 London Olympia
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EduTech Show 2018 Masterclass sessions coming soon…
Code: M1
Time: 10:15 - 10:35
Master- Class Theatre
Expanding beyond the classroom with ebooks
Learn how leading schools are taking a holistic approach with digital content to support pupil achievement anytime, anywhere. We'll also cover how the new Sora reading app can serve as an invaluable portal to your public library's digital collection for greater reading and learning opportunities.
Speaker :  Meredith Wemhoff 

Company:  OverDrive
Code: M2
Time: 11:15 - 11:35
Master- Class Theatre
Teaching the unthinkable and thinking: the un-teachable?”
This master class is designed to equip you with highly adaptable concepts and structures to be able to teach thinking and problem solving skills to pupils of all ages. By building in your own problem-solving experiences you will be able to create highly relevant and valuable lessons which will benefit your pupils across the curriculum.
Speaker :  David Horton 
Head of Digital Strategy

Company:  Orwell Park School
Code: M3
Time: 11:45 - 12:05
Master- Class Theatre
Bringing Learning to Life with Windows 10 and Surface

Discover how Windows 10 can bring an immersive mixed reality world in to your classroom.

- Use Mixed Reality and Remix 3D to engage your class with 3D objects in the real world
- See how Microsoft Whiteboard enables classroom collaboration right from the device
- See how Surface Go is the perfect classroom device which packs punch in a schoolbag friendly package
Speaker :  David Wright 
Microsoft Educator

Company:  XMA
Code: M4
Time: 12:15 - 12:35
Master- Class Theatre
Setting up Google classroom
This session will be a step-by -step guide to setting up Google classroom and will explain how Google services can be used to enhance collaboration in the classroom.
Speaker :  Jack Horwell 

Company:  Tregadillett Primary School, Cornwall
Code: M5
Time: 13:15 - 13:35
Master- Class Theatre
Outdoor learning with the Raspberry Pi
Unleash your inner Springwatch: how you can easily and cheaply set up a wildlife camera to take pictures and videos of living things in their habitats using a Raspberry Pi computer. Find out how to set up your camera, install motion detection and tweet the results.
Speaker :  Jody Carter 

Company:  Whyteleaf School
Code: M6
Time: 14:15 - 14:35
Master- Class Theatre
Developing your skills to use image, video and animation programs and apps to enrich the primary curriculum.
Join computing specialist James Fraser and his Digital Leaders from Elsley Primary School as they guide you through demonstrations of essential programs and apps for engaging students through multimedia. Develop your skills to be able to use these resources to make historical figures talk, animate the water cycle and transport yourself to the land of the dinosaurs using the power of green screen!
Speaker :  Mr James Fraser (Computing Specialist) 

Company:  Elsley Primary School, Wembley.
Code: M7
Time: 15:15 - 15:35
Master- Class Theatre
What you need to know about School Data
An insider’s guide to the numbers we use in school, from the author of Databusting for Schools.
Speaker :  Richard Selfridge 

Company:  Data Busting for Schools
Code: M8
Time: 16:15 - 16:35
Master- Class Theatre
Inspiring new generations of learners to our historical past
Story of how The Code Show was founded, what The Code Show can bring to your school and how children can benefit by having hands on access to historical hardware to learn and play with.
Speaker :  Mr Gary McNab 
Cert Raspberry PI educator Primary computing educator

Company:  The Code Show

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