Transforming learning environments with Apple technology

University of Westminster

Tuesday 3rd July 2018 | The University of Westminster, London

Academia invites you to an inspirational half day event at The University of Westminster.

Why attend?

Hear from Professor Jane Lewis, Department of Life Sciences, about their mobile learning project and how they have transformed their learning environments with Apple technology.

Where is it?

The University of Westminster, Regent Street Campus, 309 Regent Street, London, W1B 2HW

– Schedule –





Welcome from Academia


Introduction from The University of Westminster


Professor Jane Lewis, Department of Life Sciences – University of Westminster


Question and Answer




Academia’s role


Questions and Next steps


Close and Lunch


Paul Hutton

Paul Hutton Academia icon


Paul is a highly experienced teacher and engaging presenter across all ages and phases. He is passionate about inspiring quality learning, exploiting creativity and enabling all users to show their learning with technologies in a wide range of contexts.


In addition to teaching in the UK he taught in France and in Australia; he led ICT development as a local authority consultant for a decade, worked in leadership teams and served as vice chair on a school governing body. Paul is an Apple Distinguished Educator and an Apple Education Trainer.

Tom Able-Green Academia icon


Tom is our Education Solutions Manager and responsible for the Apple’s proposition from Academia in terms of a strategic teaching and learning perspective across all education sectors from Early Years to Higher Education including SEND.

Greg Hughes


Vice Principal/Teacher of Physics & Apple Distinguished Educator

Greg Hughes is on the Apple Distinguished Educators Advisory Board for EMEIA region and the Apple Regional Training Centre Advisory Board. Since giving students anytime access to learning resources, de Ferrers have observed:

95% positive impact on maths

70% physics students achieving top grades

Jeremy Bird

Jeremy Bird


After 2 successful headships in primary schools, I now support schools in their school improvement work. I have an up to date knowledge of current issues facing schools and their leaders. My professional partner accreditation, together with my headship experience, provides a real understanding of the pressures facing headteachers and their staff.

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