Coláiste de hÍde, Tallaght, Dublin
16th and 17th February 2007
With just over two weeks to the conference, here is an update from Tom Kendall, one of the organisers:
“Casting the net: what can change our classrooms in 2007?” is the title of the keynote address to be given by Ewan McIntosh, Educational Technologist based in Edinburgh. Ewan will be sharing with us how blogs, wikis, podcasts, social bookmarking and other social media are helping to enhance the educational landscape in Scotland. If you haven’t visited Ewan’s blog, it is well worth a visit. See http://edu.blogs.com/ewanmcintosh
Details of the conference presentations are now online at the CESI website. Whether you are a school administrator, ICT co-ordinator or mainstream teacher, you will be sure to find a selection of talks guaranteed to inform and inspire! See www.cesi.ie/conference
CESI, founded in 1973, promotes the use of ICT in Education at all levels in the Irish Education System. It is a voluntary body that draws its members from primary, post-primary and third-level teachers. Visit http://www.cesi.ie The CESI Conference is generously supported by the National Centre for Technology in Education, www.ncte.ie .
And will the Belfield Crew be there? Absolutely… and ( I hope) in force.