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Digital learning: empowering schools to get the best from EdTech

Webinar, Webinar
Course Tutors
Guest Speakers / Nicola Adams / Chris Bramwell / Michael Gray / Kate Kellner-Dilks / Yvonne Kennedy / Kathy Roe / Kate Stockdale
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Target Audience
Administrative Staff / All Leaders / Assessment Coordinators / Assistant Headteachers / Attendance Officers/Assistants / Bursars/Finance Staff / Business Managers / Chair/Vice Chairs of Governors / Classroom Teachers / Cover Supervisors/Managers / Deputy Headteachers / Designated Senior Person / Early Career Teachers / Early Years Leaders / Early Years Practitioners / eSafety Coordinators / Exams Officers/Assistants / Foreign Language Assistants / Governors / Heads of Department/Faculty / Heads of Year / Headteachers / INCos/ SENCos / Middle Leaders / New Headteachers / New/Aspiring Middle Leaders / New/Aspiring Subject Leaders / Newly Qualified Teachers / NQT +1 / NQT Induction Coordinators / NQT Mentors/Tutors / Office Managers / Overseas Trained Teachers / Pastoral Staff / Personnel Officers/Assistants / Pupil/Students / Returning Teachers / School Direct Trainees / Senior Leaders / SIMS Users / Subject Leaders / Support Staff / Teaching Assistants / Technicians
target audience
Course Types
Course categories
Academies and Schools (including EYFS) / Early Years PVI Settings
Assessment / Behaviour for Learning / Business Management Services / Computing / Data Management Services / Early Years Foundation Stage / Early Years PVI Settings / English / Financial Services / Health and Safety / HR Services / Humanities / Inclusion / Languages / Leadership and Management / Newly Qualified Teachers / Physical Education / Science / Sixteen to Nineteen / Special Educational Needs / Technology in Schools
Event Description
Join Herts for Learning at this free exciting series of webinars, showcasing cutting edge innovation and practice from leading suppliers of EdTech, including:

  • webinars from keynote speakers and sessions on using EdTech to advance student engagement and support teaching and learning

  • subject led tips and techniques to support digital learning from our education advisers

  • specialist workshops on bespoke digital strategy, delivered by our Head of Technology in Schools to help delegates navigate their school's journey

  • a chance to meet our key partners to find the right solutions for their school

The series of webinars running are:

Tuesday 9th March:

  • Safeguarding: Best practice from Hertfordshire schools - Kate Stockdale

  • The digital classroom: Primary English - Kathy Roe and Michael Gray

  • A reflection on 2020: Next Steps for the year ahead - Chris Bramwell

Wednesday 10th March:

  • Using branching quizzes to assess, reactivate and deepen mathematical understanding ‘in the moment’- Nicola Adams

  • Deepening digital learning with Seesaw - Keynote: Naomi Shah

Thursday 11th March:

  • The digital classroom: Languages - Yvonne Kennedy

  • Remote teaching and learning with Purple Mash - Keynote: Danica Chapman

Hear from our Showcase Sponsor, DELL Technologies in two digital learning focused workshops running daily, details below:

Education redefined: enhancing digital learning outcomes - 12:45pm / 5:15pm 
Keynote: Brian Horsborugh: UK Public Sector Education Director, Aisling Dilworth Device Product Specialist & Mark Allison Education Specialist Dell Technologies and Davinder Aujla, Impero Software
Workshop description : When mapping your digital journey, it’s important to consider how technology can add the value and support needed to help your teams deliver better learning outcomes. This workshop discusses the need to look at the long-term value of your investments not in isolation but as a fully connected ecosystem.

Education redefined: how can you look forward when the what we know has changed so much? - 12:05pm / 4:05pm
Keynote: Ian Stuart: Education Customer Success Manager Microsoft, Dylan Matthews Education Specialist Dell Technologies and Paul Edge, Deputy Headteacher, Ribblesdale High School 
In this session with Microsoft, we will look at what some schools have changed because of lockdown and what they have seen and learned.

Daily Workshops

  • Google case study - Peartree Springs Primary School 11:10am / 3:10pm

  • Microsoft Cloud case study - Four Swannes Primary School 11:15am / 3:15pm

  • Personalised blended learning for every child Discovery Education 11:30am / 4:45pm

  • The importance of WiFi in Schools - Aruba 11:40am / 3:30pm

  • Providing independent learning through Digital tools for the whole curriculum - Just2easy 11:45am / 3:25pm

  • Teaching Online Kindness, Empathy and Building Digital Resilience to Support Wellbeing - Natterhub 12:15pm / 4:15pm

  • Quick wins - great, free, online tools that anyone can access and use in their lessons - Chris Carter 12:30pm / 4:30pm

  • Ed Tech Forum: Enhancing Teaching, Learning and Outcomes through technology - Eleni Koureas 1:15pm / 5:30pm

  • Making the most of your EdTech and using the Digital Classroom - Chris Carter & Kate Kellner-Dilks 3:20pm

Ask our keynotes, education and technology advisers your questions in our live sessions, or book to watch on demand at a time that suits you after the event.

A link to access and select webinars to attend will be sent to delegates once a booking has been made.
Training objectives
Learning outcomes
During the series of webianrs, delegates will:

  • learn how to advance student engagement and support teaching and learning with EdTech 

  • learn subject led tips and techniques to support digital learning from our education advisers

  • learn how to navigate their school's journey with a bespoke digital strategy

  • have a chance to meet key partners to find the right solutions for their school

Additional Information
Start Date
Tuesday 9 March 2021
End Date
Thursday 11 March 2021
Closing Date
Thursday 11 March 2021
11:00 - 18:00
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