One of the successes of last year’s RethinkingICT conference was the range of people who volunteered to speak for 10 minutes during the morning. You can see the list of speakers here.

If you would like to volunteer to speak at this year’s conference please leave me a comment below or contact me via Twitter.

I would like people to speak about the challenges that will be faced with the switch to Computing from ICT.

Ticket details will be released soon.


5 responses »

  1. mgberry says:

    I’d be happy to speak again this year. Thanks for organizing this Chris.

  2. Ian Lynch says:

    I would like people to speak about the challenges that will be faced with the switch from Computing to ICT.

    Think you mean the other way round 🙂

    I would like to speak about assessment. It is important since OFSTED will still expect to see it but the ATS and level statements will be non-statutory and probably won’t fir the Computing POS in any case.

    I’m Chief Assessor at TLM an Ofqual accredited awarding organisation with IT qualifications judged by DfE to be high quality for the 2015 performance tables. I think competence based assessment for learning has a lot of potential in KS3 (and probably 2) and provides flexibility to combine essential ICT with Computing.

  3. Dan bowen says:

    Happy to talk about computing in any capacity. Assessing computing would be a good focus

  4. @mrlockyer says:

    Just confirming my willingness to speak again at RethinkingICT 2013. It had a profound impact on my thinking and teaching last year, and stimulated lots of change!

  5. Nigel Ovens says:

    I would like to attend again, please.

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