MAT MATCHMAKING AREA

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Session 2:
Storytelling with Data: Use Your Evidence; Use it Effectively

  • Speaker: Dr. Tonya Riney, COO and Chief Intellivangelist, IntelliBoard
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NETWORK AND MEET WITH SCHOOL LEADERS IN OUR INTIMATE AND INTERACTIVE ROUNDTABLES!

After its introduction in 2019, the MAT Matchmaking Area is returning to provide the EdTech Summit and Schools & Academies Show with a dedicated space on the exhibition floor for highly topical and interactive roundtable meetings and discussions.

Sponsored by AQA, this exciting feature on the show floor requires visitors to pre-book roundtables which they would like to join throughout the two days of the event. These dedicated roundtables will then take place within the MAT Matchmaking Area where participants take part in in-depth and practical discussions with like-minded peers and organisations.

You can view all of the roundtable topics below and book on to each session by clicking on the register button. Please ensure to join these sessions as they have limited capacity.

THE ROUNDTABLES

  • DAY 2
  • DAY 1
12:40 pm

Storytelling with Data: Use Your Evidence; Use it Effectively

Thursday 18th November | 12:40pm – 1:25pm

You have the data; data that can create change in your organization. The data is only part of the equation – telling the story contributes to creating the interventions that impact organizational change momentum. Join us as we talk about storytelling with data!

Session Sponsored by Intelliboard

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Dr. Tonya Riney
Dr. Tonya Riney
COO and Chief Intellivangelist
IntelliBoard
Confirmed
1:20 pm

Using Technology Across MATs to Personalise Learning and Feedback

Wednesday 17th November | 1:20pm – 2:05pm

Join Abdul Chohan and Phil Herd in this insightful roundtable session as they discuss the impact that technology is having across Transform Trust to effectively support both in-class and remote learning through a blended teaching model.

Assembling working groups and delivering a series of workshops to share possible vision statements across three key areas in the Trust (teaching, learning and the environment) was essential in being able to identify the elements of best practice they wanted to implement, creating a bespoke timeline for the implementation of the school’s technology vision and strategy.

By ensuring that each teacher across the Trust had undergone training on integrating digital technologies to enhance the quality of learning, the increased confidence from teachers has meant that they can now take the best parts of remote learning into a live classroom to leverage the advantages and new pedagogies that these technologies can offer.

From collaborative planning to evidence-based approaches, this session has everything you need to successfully build consistency in teaching and learning, by sharing best practices, across your school or Trust.

In this session, they will discuss:

  • Opportunities for collaborative planning
  • External moderation using Showbie
  • Building collaborative resources for assessment using Socrative
  • Creating richer resources that redefine pedagogy
  • Evidence-based approaches for assessment and feedback
  • Building consistent and effective teaching and learning across a MAT using technology

Session Sponsored By Showbie

This session is now fully booked

Abdul Chohan
Abdul Chohan
VP of Learning
Showbie
Confirmed
Phil Herd
Phil Herd
Specialist Leader of Maths Education
Transform Trust
Confirmed
1:40 pm

Technology - Balancing Tech and Pedagogy in our Classrooms

Wednesday 17th November | 1:40pm – 2:25pm

‘Thinking’ is not the same as ‘understanding’. When we ask tech to ‘think’ on behalf of teachers, are we missing something crucial from the classroom? In this round table discussion, we ask:

  • If the decision making is not transparent, how can it be held accountable?
  • Are the days of whole class teaching numbered?
  • What have we learned from lockdown about the effectiveness of software in the absence of teachers?

Sir Kevan Collins leads this discussion with CIDARI Trust CEO Peter Ashworth, as we try to narrow down where the line is drawn between tech that augments teachers and tech that takes over teaching.

Session Sponsored By Learning by Questions

This session is now fully booked

Sir Kevan Collins
Sir Kevan Collins
Vice Chairman Of The Board, Committee Chair
Learning by Questions, Youth Endowment Fund
Confirmed
Peter Ashworth
Peter Ashworth
Chief Executive Officer
Cidari Multi Academy Trust
Confirmed

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