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BETT Show 2010

Come and meet us on Stand J30 – or attend one of our seminars

Last updated: 22 January 2010

National Hall, Olympia, London
13-16 January 2010

Opening times

Wednesday 13 January 2010, open 1000-1800
Thursday 14 January 2010, open 1000-1800
Friday 15 January 2010, open 1000-1800
Saturday 16 January 2010, open 1000-1600

BETT Show 2009. QCA stand

Photo: BETT Show 2010, QCA stand, National Hall, Olympia, London

BETT is the world's largest educational technology event. If you missed us on our stand you can still download presentations from our seminars, or come and see us at the Education Show  4-6 March 2010 at the NEC in Birmingham, where you'll find us on stand N29, Hall 6. 

Our stand

Our stand had four 'pods':

  • 0-11 years: Information about early years, the primary curriculum, Assessing Pupils' Progress and the life cycle of the test.
  • 11-19 years: Information about the secondary curriculum, the Diploma, Foundation Learning, functional skills, 14-19 qualifications and the Qualifications and Credit Framework (QCF).
  • mycurriculum.com (two pods): Had an interactive live demonstration of mycurriculum.com on our stand, the website which enables teachers across the country to connect, communicate and collaborate with each other. The site helps teachers to access and develop best practice activities, lesson plans, resources and examples of pupils' work.  This is all supported by relevant and up-to-date assessment criteria and can be connected to the policies, strategies and frameworks of the national curriculum.

Seminar programme

Speakers from QCDA took part in the BETT Seminar programme. More details of the QCDA seminars and speakers are on our page BETT Show 2010 - QCDA seminars.

Wednesday 13 January 2010

Title: Developing functional skills in English, mathematics and ICT in the curriculum and 14–19 qualifications
Speaker: Samina Khan, Head of Lifelong Learning and Skills, QCDA
Time: 1200
Duration: 45 minutes
Room: Gallery 1
Code: PO12

Title: The secondary curriculum - where are we now?
Speaker: Mr David Gardner, Curriculum Programme Adviser, QCDA
Time: 1315
Duration: 45 minutes
Room: Gallery 1
Code: PO13

Thursday 14 January 2010

Title: Connect, communicate and collaborate using mycurriculum.com
Time: 1330
Details: See Supporting Next Generation Learning zone seminar below.  

Title: Diploma aggregation service in action: the innovative use of IT to support the awarding of Diplomas
Speakers: Mr Ian Fawcett, Head of the Diploma aggregation service, QCDA;
Ms Tracie Rice, Business Change Manager, Diploma Programme, QCDA;
Mr John Fenton, 14-19 Centre Support Project Manager, Tests & Exams Support, QCDA
Time: 1400
Duration: 45 minutes
Room: Apex
Code: KE23

Title: Innovative and creative use of ICT in 11-19 education: the secondary curriculum and the Diploma in IT
Speakers: Ms Manjit Bhambra, Diploma Development Manager, QCDA;
Mr David Harrison, Curriculum Programme Adviser, QCDA
Time: 1545
Duration: 45 minutes
Room: Gallery 1
Code: PO25

Friday 15 January 2010

Title: ICT in the primary curriculum – an essential for learning and life
Speakers: Ms Theresa Forbes, Curriculum Programme Adviser, QCDA;
Mr Andy Tyerman, Head of Personalising Learning, BECTA
Time: 1200
Duration: 45 minutes
Room: Gallery 1
Code: PO32

Title: Introducing the Qualifications and Curriculum Development Agency
Speaker: Andrew Hall, Chief Executive, QCDA
Time: 1400
Duration: 45 minutes
Room: Apex
Code: KE33

For full details on the seminars go to the QCDA seminar page.



Supporting Next Generation Learning Zone seminar

QCDA also presented a seminar in the Supporting Next Generation Learning zone to introduce you to mycurriculum.com, an online network for teachers, facilitated by QCDA. If you're a teacher, teaching assistant, trainee teacher or have responsibility for curriculum management, find out morer about this free resource.

Title: Connect, communicate and collaborate using mycurriculum.com 
Speaker: Chris Richmond, Project manager, mycurriculum.com, QCDA
Date: Thursday 14 January
Time: 1330
Duration: 45 minutes
Room: Supporting Next Generation Learning zone (stand J40, BECTA)
Go to the mycurriculum.com website to find out more about this new resource.



Travel details

Olympia is best reached by public transport. Download travel details to the BETT Show.

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