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Futurelab will be showcasing its SPARK exhibition at The Ideas Lab: New Technologies conference. The conference is designed for teachers and and creative practitioners involved in Bright Space's Creative Partnerships Programme.
Futurelab will be launching its SPARK exhibition at this free-to-attend Becta research conference which aims to bring together practitioners, the research community and policy makers to engage in dialogue about the ways in which technology can support learning in the 21st century and enhance your understanding of the ways technology-enabled practice can make learning better.
The 2009 Futurelab conference explored the opportunities and challenges for young people in becoming 'digitally active', and the implications for the professionals who work with them. The event included young people presenting initiatives that have supported them as creative media producers and active citizens.
This 'facilitated networking' event will support managed introductions and conversations between educators and their peers from industry, and provide an opportunity to hear from inspirational speakers from both sides.
This event is an opportunity to find out more about the work that we're doing under three of our current themes - teachers and innovations, learning spaces, and informal and family learning - as well as details of the Beyond Current Horizons project.
Part of the Bristol Think Tank Workshop series (hosted by the University of Bristol Graduate School of Education, in partnership with Mouchel Management Consulting and Futurelab). This event will focus on student engagement and learner voice.
It's the world's biggest educational technology show - all the key UK ICT organisations, agencies and companies are there. At our stand (J11), and through our programme of seminars, Futurelab inspired visitors at BETT 2009 to engage learners by taking an innovative approach to teaching and learning.