The Technology for Change (free) conference is coming to Hull in July with a range of interactive workshops, CPD designed for teachers and a live Hackspace where students will be collaborating with creative computing projects.
We’re delighted to be joined by Dr Sue Black who will deliver the keynote.
Technology and social media are changing our world. What does this mean for a digital future in our schools, local communities and beyond?
Sue is now one of the top 50 women in tech in Europe and will talk about how she brought her family out of poverty and built a successful career through education, passion and a determination.
Throughout the day there’ll also be practical sessions themed around computing across the curriculum, Google Classroom, E-safety, School in the Cloud and our iPad Academy.
And another event!
On Monday 6th July, between 18:00 to 19:30, why not join us for a Tech Meet Meet Up at the Mercure Hull Grange Park Hotel in Willerby?
We’ll be talking about how #techmums has impacted on families and mums in Tower Hamlets and how we can bring the project to Hull.
Dr Sue Black will explain the beginnings of #techmums and research findings from Brunel University. Amongst other things : )
We’ll also likely get onto her work with Saving Bletchley Park and social media as a positive tech tool, as she joins us in Hull before her kenote speech at the venue the following day.