Each year the show evolves in line with the sector’s changing needs. Comments collated at the Education Show 2014 revealed a desire from visitors to better understand the opportunities offered by tablet technologies.
So, with mobile learning high on the agenda in schools, the Education Show 2015 is joining forces with the Tablet Academy to provide educators with free, hands-on advice. The seminar, continuing professional development (CPD) and other leadership programmes are currently being developed with high level speakers, once again offering educators the chance to rejuvenate their passion for teaching.
However, the Education Show 2015 is not specifically a technology event. It will present CPD content, products and inspiration for those committed to developing their school’s broad learning environment, while there will be business and networking opportunities aplenty.
Anita Pal, event director at the i2i Events Group, said: “The Education Show is important, not just in the way that it demonstrates what is available to the education sector in general, but also for providing specific advice and guidance for delegates, which is what we aim to do!”
Organised by i2i Events Group, theEducation Show 2015 is free to attend, and runs from 19th to 21st March 2015 at the NEC, Birmingham. Visitors can register to attend online at www.education-show.com.