Spring Conference 2018 – Programme

The Knowledge Centre, The British Library,
96 Euston Road, London, NW1 2DB


Wednesday 2nd May 2018

9.00 a.m. to 4.45 p.m.

'Artificial Intelligence and Virtual Reality in Education'

PROGRAMME

9:00am Registration and refreshments
served in the Foyer and Chaucer meeting room

Sir Anthony Seldon will be signing copies of his new book
The Fourth Education Revolution (to be published April 2018)
9:20am Welcome and introductions
Chris King
(Chair of HMC and Headmaster and Chief Executive, Leicester Grammar School)
held in the Auditorium
9:30am Sir Anthony Seldon
(Vice-Chancellor, University of Buckingham)
How AI will transform schools utterly
- The Fourth Education Revolution

held in the Auditorium
10:30am Professor Rose Luckin
(Professor of Learning with Digital Technologies, University College London, and Director EDUCATE London)
Hey Siri, can you help me to teach physics? How blended artificial
and human intelligence will help us teach for the 21st century
held in the Auditorium
11:30am Presentation led by Nic Ford (Deputy Head (Academic), Bolton School)
with Robert Berry (Director of Computing and IT, RGS Worcester) and
Adam Webster (Director of Innovation, Caterham School)
The use of technology in individual subject areas
(taking modern foreign languages as an example)

held in  Auditorium
12.25pm Charlotte Robertson (Digital Awareness UK)
Update on the Tech Control 2 Project
held in  Auditorium
12:30pm Buffet lunch and refreshments
served in the Foyer and Chaucer meeting room
During lunch there will be an opportunity for conference delegates to demo VR technology
held in the Foyer
1:45pm Panel Discussion
led by Ann Mroz (Editor of TES)
The future curriculum - the impact of VR and AI
Dr. Kat Arney
(Science Author and Broadcaster) 
Duncan Baldwin
(Deputy Director of Policy, ASCL)
Jonnie Noakes
(Head of Teaching and Learning, Eton College and Director, The Tony Little Centre for Innovation and Research in Learning)
Joe Nutt
(Education Consultant, Author and TES Columnist)
Shamus Rae
(Lead Partner for Innovation, KPMG)
held in the Auditorium
2:45pm Priya Lakhani OBE (CEO, Century Tech)
Priya will be giving a presentation of Century's advanced tech-ed platform (which provides real-time tracking of student progress and reduces teacher workload)
held in the Auditorium
3:30pm Jeremy Snape (former England cricketer and leading sporting psychology expert, founder of Sporting Edge -  a high-performance consultancy)
The winning mindset
held in the Auditorium
4:15pm Summary and discussion
led by Chris King (Chair of HMC and Headmaster and Chief Executive, Leicester Grammar School)
held in the Auditorium
4:45pm Refreshments
served in the Foyer and Chaucer meeting room
Depart

 

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