BETT 2013, ExCel, London, 30 January-2 February 2013
Inspiring a generation in ICT
One year on from Michael Gove’s announcement about changes to the ICT curriculum, we have a packed programme of activity to support you in the delivery of OCR qualifications.
Plan your visit to make the most of this fantastic opportunity to meet our team and develop your knowledge and understanding of the topics most important to IT education providers in these times of change.
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- New and exclusive - The BETT Arena: 'New ways to support computer science in the classroom'
Thursday 31 January 2013, 2.30 pm
With leading names in technology including: Dr Robert Mullins, co-founder of Raspberry Pi and Director of Computer Science, St John's College, University of Cambridge. Also includes Bill Liao, founder of CoderDojo plus George Rouse, Chief Examiner, OCR. Chaired by Simon Banks, Qualifications Group Manager, OCR.
- Exclusive - Learn Live Session: 'Delivering computing in your classroom with OCR and Raspberry Pi'
Friday 1 February 2013, 1.15 pm (Theatre B)
Introducing Clive Beale, Education Development Director for The Raspberry Pi Foundation and Simon Banks, OCR. This inspirational seminar will demonstrate exactly how Raspberry Pi can be used in the classroom.
On-stand demo sessions, will be held daily including:
- Introducing Raspberry Pi
- Computing At School
- Cambridge Nationals surgery
- Cambridge Technicals surgery
- GCSE and NEW Entry Level Computing
- OCR support.
'Meet the experts' on our stand throughout the event, including:
- Raspberry Pi developers and educationalists
- Computing At School CPD Coordinator
- OCR Chief Examiners and subject experts
- Partners, practitioners and support staff will also be available.
Don't miss your chance to visit us at BETT 2013. You'll find us on stand B240, as part of the Cambridge Assessment Group exhibition. BETT is a major international conference showcasing the latest technology in learning, teaching and training, attracting over 30,000 visitors.
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