Big Friendly Data: Somerset Education Technology Conference 2019
Keynote: Sue Finnigan of Sheffield City Council eLearning Service will set out why young people should learn about and use Big Data. She will make links between computing, mathematics and online safety as she inspires us with the exciting projects she has been involved with and opportunities that we could offer our learners.
Planned sessions for primary colleagues
Flying Big Data: Pen Mill Infants and Julia Briggs, eLIM
Active Big Data: Matt Mustafic, eLIM, Nancy Murdock, SASP and St Andrews Junior
Personal Big Data: Amy Brittan, eLIM
Visual Big Data: Julia Briggs, eLIM and Huish Primary with other South Somerset Primary Schools
Mathematical Big Data: Janet Ross, West Monkton Primary
Robotic Big Data: Dan Warner, OhBot
Big Friendly Future: Planning for active outcomes with your learners
Planned sessions for secondary colleagues
Machine learning and AI: Beverly Clarke, Education Consultant
Python to present data: Sue Finnigan, Sheffield City Council eLearning Service
Developing subject knowledge with National Centre for Computing Education: Beverly Clarke NCCE SW coordinator
Early Years SENCO Workshop - Shepton Mallet
We will offer one 2 hour session each term covering a different theme, which will develop your skills, knowledge and confidence as an EY SENCO.
The sessions this year will cover:
• Learning to play; playing to learn
• Developing listening and attention skills
• Positive working with parents
On completion of each session, you can download a Certificate of Attendance to add to your CPD folder.
The workshops will be offered at several different venues across the county at different times so you can attend the session most convenient for you.