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Upcoming TechEd Showcase Events

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Throughout the year we provide a programme of online, regional and national events focused on the use of assistive technology within education, workplace and home learning. These are a mixture of free and paid for events.

We are pleased to confirm that our live events will be going ahead as planned following our Safer Event Guidelines.

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TechEd Showcase Lunch & Learn with Dr Sue Wilkinson and Glean: How neuro-differences such as ADHD and Autism affect mental processes required for note taking

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Monday 31st January, Time 12.00-12.45pm UK GMT

TechEd Showcase Lunch & Learn with Dr Sue Wilkinson and Glean: How neuro-differences such as ADHD and Autism affect mental processes required for note taking

Our TechEd Showcase Lunch & Learn webinars focus on the challenges faced by people with disabilities and neuro-differences in their daily lives and how assistive technology can make a difference.

Join January's series of 3 FREE live repeated webinars (40 minutes) to understand more about the mental processes involved in note-taking and why students with ADHD, Autism and Dyslexia may struggle with this aspect of their learning.

The session will cover aspects of our cognition such as information processing, working memory, and attention. It will outline how these processes work and why they are important for skills such as note-taking. By understanding how these processes may be different for neuro-diverse students, we can understand how this impacts on their ability to take notes and learn effectively.

Finally, the webinar will discuss how students can be supported through the use of assistive technology to minimise the barriers they may face due to differences in their cognition.
This session will include an opportunity for questions & answers and all participants will receive a certificate of participation.

This session is suitable for SENCos, Inclusion Managers, Senior Leadership Teams, SEN Governors, Local Authority SEND Advisors, Additional Learning Support and Disability Advisers, Occupational Therapists and Specialist TAs from primary schools and special schools.

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TechEd Showcase AT Focus with Helen Simon and Inspiration 10: Bridging the Gap with Assistive Tech

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Tuesday 1st February, Time 11.00am-12.00pm UK GMT

TechEd Showcase AT Focus with Helen Simon and Inspiration 10: Bridging the Gap with Assistive Tech

Join our FREE 60-minute webinar which will discuss inclusion in the classroom using assistive technology, for those with challenges in accessing education, giving them a voice and lifelong learning skills. Helen will be showcasing Inspiration 10 to follow on from her fantastic case study https://www.inspiration-at.com/working-with-brain-injuries-and-autism/

This session will include an opportunity for questions & answers and all participants will receive a certificate of participation.

This session is suitable for professionals working within the SEN, Assistive Technology, DSA and Disability sectors.


TechEd Showcase AT Speed Date in Bristol

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Wednesday 9th February, Time 9.30am-1.05pm UK GMT

✓  Live, small group demonstrations from 6 assistive technology specialists
✓  Free CPD to help you provide the best support for your students and staff
  25-minute sessions with regular breaks, covering a wide range of topics
  The opportunity to interact with the presenter and others in your group
✓  Free licences from some of the exhibitors

With Inspiration 10, Glean (formerly Sonocent), Brain in Hand, Gordon Morris, Aspire and Learning Labs Ltd.

This session is suitable for DSA Needs Assessors, Disability Officers, Study Support/ AT Practitioners and Learning Technologists within DSA, Further and Higher education and Access to Work.


TechEd Showcase AT Speed Date in London

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Thursday 10th February, Time 9.30am-1.05pm UK GMT

✓  Live, small group demonstrations from 8 assistive technology specialists
✓  Free CPD to help you provide the best support for your students and staff
  20 minute sessions with regular breaks, covering a wide range of topics
  The opportunity to interact with the presenter and others in your group
✓  Free licences from some of the exhibitors

With Inspiration 10, Glean (formerly Sonocent), Brain in Hand, Gordon Morris, Caption.Ed, Neo Smartpen, Microlink PC Ltd. and Learning Labs Ltd.

This session is suitable for DSA Needs Assessors, Disability Officers, Study Support/ AT Practitioners and Learning Technologists within DSA, Further and Higher education and Access to Work.


TechEd Showcase AT Speed Date in Glasgow

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Wednesday 23rd February, Time 9.30am-1.05pm UK GMT

✓  Live, small group demonstrations from 6 assistive technology specialists
✓  Free CPD to help you provide the best support for your students and staff
  25-minute sessions with regular breaks, covering a wide range of topics
  The opportunity to interact with the presenter and others in your group
✓  Free licences from some of the exhibitors

With Inspiration 10, Glean (formerly Sonocent), Brain in Hand, Gordon Morris, Aspire Software Systems and Learning Labs Ltd.

This session is suitable for DSA Needs Assessors, Disability Officers, Study Support/ AT Practitioners and Learning Technologists within DSA, Further and Higher education and Access to Work.


TechEd Showcase AT Speed Date in Birmingham

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Thursday 24th February, Time 9.30am-1.05pm UK GMT

✓  Live, small group demonstrations from 7 assistive technology specialists
✓  Free CPD to help you provide the best support for your students and staff
  20 minute sessions with regular breaks, covering a wide range of topics
  The opportunity to interact with the presenter and others in your group
✓  Free licences from some of the exhibitors

With Inspiration 10, Glean (formerly Sonocent), Brain in Hand, Gordon Morris, Aspire Software Systems, Microlink PC Ltd. and Learning Labs Ltd.

This session is suitable for DSA Needs Assessors, Disability Officers, Study Support/ AT Practitioners and Learning Technologists within DSA, Further and Higher education and Access to Work.


CPD Fest - 7th - 10th March 2022

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TechEd Showcase SEN AT Bitesize Webinar with Widgit Online

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Tuesday 15th March, Time 3.45-4.25pm UK GMT

TechEd Showcase SEN AT Bitesize webinar - Using Widgit Symbols to support the boosting of language and literacy attainment through vocabulary teaching in Key Stage One

Large numbers of primary pupils have limited vocabulary affecting their attainment and well-being. The presentation focuses on a method of vocabulary instruction that improves not only vocabulary, but also phonological awareness and phonic reading. The method is suited to whole-class teaching in KS1 as well as for booster and catch-up interventions.

Included within the presentation is a demonstration of how to quickly create Vocabulary word mats, utilising templates and symbols within Widgit Online from Widgit Software.

Impact results from the research project will also be presented and delegates can watch a short video of the daily lesson including the symbolised resources.

This session is suitable for SENCos, Inclusion Managers, Senior Leadership Teams, SEN Governors, Local Authority SEND Advisors, Additional Learning Support and Disability Advisers, Occupational Therapists and Specialist TAs from primary schools and special schools.


InclusiveEd Online Conference -

New Paradigms for Disadvantaged Learners

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Wednesday 23rd March, Time 9.00am - 5.00pm UK GMT

Taking place online, InclusiveEd comes at a critical juncture for those children who have any sort of learning disadvantage. Even before the pandemic, the learning gap was widening but the lockdown has widened the gap still further - and now includes children who were previously performing well but have started to manifest symptoms of anxiety and stress.

Focusing on looking beyond catch-up, our conference agenda looks at how to address school wide and system wide changes in the way we educate.  The programme will include inspiring and engaging keynote presentations delivered by 14 thought leaders from the world of education inclusion. By the end of the day you'll come away with lots of new ideas and practical strategies about how to implement inclusion initiatives within your own institution, helping you to bring about lasting change for all students.

Please click here or on the button below for the full list of presentations and workshops included in the agenda.

Price: £100 excluding VAT

This International event has been created for all those invested in inclusion and equity within Education, focusing on race, class, disability & neurodiversity. Join senior leaders and policy makers in education, diversity and inclusion professionals, disability and student services practitioners, SENCos and Local Authority Advisors by booking to attend.