Art Zone and Creativity in Practice
Reflecting the importance of creativity in the curriculum, key suppliers will be showing off their exciting products while lively workshop sessions take place at the Creativity in Practice feature, presented in partnership with Berol.
PE Zone and feature
For more information on what's happening at the PE zone click here
Special Needs Village
The very latest resources, publications and software for Special Needs are the focus of this area, with the NASEN Information Point on hand to help you find the products or services you require.
Software Centre– New for 2001!
The Software Centre is designed to offer curriculum teachers a quick and easy platform to source and compare some of the most exciting software available from specialist software developers. Educational ICT will come to life in the nearby interactive Multimedia in Practice feature.
Early Years Centre
Pre-school, early years and primary visitors will find a showcase of the many resources currently available as well as practical advice and support in this area.
Performing Arts feature – New for 2001!
Music, dance and imaginative play make a vital contribution to children's early experiences, and the National Curriculum recognises that children are entitled to a range of arts experiences – watch, learn and enjoy as Music for Youth (supported by NUT) demonstrate their talent.
For more information about Music For Youth please click here
Publishing Village and Village Square
This year the UK's biggest and best gathering of educational publishers will accommodate an exciting mixture of author signings, poetry readings and Q&A session in the Village Square.
Advice and guidance from associations and teacher unions is available in this area of the Show. Many of the associations are also presenting curriculum based seminars; see the programme overleaf.
School Journeys Zone
Plan your future trips by visiting this area which is dedicated to offering imaginative locations, facilities and resources for any school outing.
Multimedia in Practice
TEEM – Teachers Evaluating Educational Multimedia - will be helping teachers get the most from educational CD-ROMs and websites at the Education Show. With 200 teacher-evaluators, 65 supporting software publishers and over 250 titles in its index, TEEM is well placed to give all teachers confidence to use software effectively in the classroom. On hand will be teacher-evaluators, a large software library of TEEM-evaluated titles for browsing, access to the TEEM web site at www.teem.org.uk and members of TEEM to give presentations.
TEEM teacher-evaluators are ideally placed to pass on their experience and expertise to fellow-professionals and can communicate powerful messages about getting the best out of multimedia in the classroom.
“As an independent company supported by the DfEE, TEEM is able to offer objective and reliable advise to teachers about how to get the best from their software. We see our role as making using software an easy option for teachers, with www.teem.org.uk giving important and relevant information on different packages and web sites and how to use them,” said Nick Austin, Marketing Officer for TEEM.
The website is visited by 5,000 people per day. For off-line teachers, TEEM appears in Education Guardian every Tuesday, and The TES Primary Magazine and Junior Focus every month.
To pre-register for your free fast-track entry ticket please click here
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