20 Apr Transform Teaching and Learning at Headingley Stadium
Please note that this is a FREE event organised by Academia, on Thursday 7th May at Headingley Stadium, Leeds.
8.45 – 9.15 – Arrival and registration
9.15 – 9.40 – Welcome from Apple
9.40 – 9.55 – Academia’s introduction. Presented by Antony Green
10.00 -11.00 – Workshop 1 – Exploring the curriculum using iPad. Presented by Jonathan Slater & Paul Hutton
11.15 – 11.40 – iPad Journey – Dame Ellen Pinsent School, Birmingham SEN Apple RTC Manager. Presented by Stuart Hammersly
11.40 – 12.20 – Get connectED – Academia’s support with Apple’s framework to 1:1. Presented by Julian Furne & Antony Green
Aerohive – The importance of infrastructure. Presented by James Holland
Lightspeed – The importance of MDM
12.20 – 13.20 – Workshop 2 – Creative learning using iPad across the curriculum. Presented by Jonathan Slater & Paul Hutton
13.20 – 14.00 – Lunch
14.00 – 14.30 – Stadium tour
14.30 – 15.30 – Interactive workshop – Creating content using iPad. Presented by Jonathan Slater
15.30 – 15.50 – SIMS teaching app on iPad. Presented by School ICT
15.50 – 16.15 – Providing feedback with iPad
16.15 – 16.30 – Next Steps + Q & A
Paul Hutton: Since 1989 Paul has taught in several local authorities in primary schools in England and worked strategically as part of leadership teams in schools. He taught students in two secondary schools in France and in a Language School in Sydney, Australia. For over three years he worked as a Senior Lecturer for the New Opportunities Fund (NOF), training nationally in over 100 schools, empowering teachers to make effective, engaging and relevant use of ICT in line with the advent of the internet in UK schools. He also served as a school governor and vice chair for seven years.
From 2004-2014 Paul worked in Luton as a Learning and Teaching Consultant at elearning@luton Regional Training Centre, helping teachers and pupils to make highly creative and exciting use of Apple technologies across the curriculum including the use of green screen technologies and working in a TV Studio. He led the deployment of over 2000 iPad in Luton schools and the deployment of authority wide Mobile Device Management.
Paul set up Krowdrah in 2014 and is excited to be inspiring quality learning and teaching with technology in schools, colleges and academies nationally. He supports school leaders with their vision for learning with technologies linked to raising standards in achievement and designing packages for professional development ; as a highly experienced teacher he supports other teachers with mapping technologies into their existing long term planning, confidently supports identified groups and readily leads lessons to model effective, engaging, inspirational use of technologies.
Paul presents nationally sharing his passion for the transformational impact that is possible using Apple technologies. He is an Apple Distinguished Educator and an Apple Education Trainer.
Jonathan Slater: Jonathan has worked as a trainer/consultant/technician with over 50 schools nationwide, to help them implement mobile devices successfully into their school and curriculum. His experience from working in the classroom and the ‘backroom’ environment allows him to close that gap between technicians and teaching staff, ensuring all parties involved in any deployment have a clear vision. Before joining the Academia team, Jonathan worked in the film and television industry. During this time he would also work with primary schools providing small drop-in projects based around Film production on iPad.
For the last 18 months he has been delivering Teacher training sessions to all abilities covering a wide range of topics, from your basic iOS use right the way through to developing your curriculum with iPad. His enthusiastic and engaging approach allows for a relaxed learning environment, with 100% attendees saying they would recommend Jonathan’s training and found it beneficial to their development.
Watch our case study below to learn more about iPad in Education