ROEHAMPTON UNIVERSITY FESTIVAL OF COMPUTING
Roehampton Festival of Computing will take place on Friday 17th June 2016, at Froebel College in Roehampton University. Come and join us for a day of inspirational talks, workshops and research presentations. The conference will be a place for educators to meet, create, share and inspire one another. Practical workshops will be enriched with talks and presentations about pedagogical approaches to learning and teaching with technology. From programming to iPads in education, teaching to assessment, there is something for everyone.
The festival will attract educators from primary and secondary education from both the UK and from around the world.
Alongside sessions for adults we will offer limited workshops to schools for bringing their classes to the festival. This will be on a first come first served basis. We will also have a ‘School’s corner’ for students from different age groups to come and share their computing projects. This will be an opportunity for all of us to celebrate the good work that is taking place in schools.
Hannah Morris from @BarefootComp@BarefootComp . Hannah is a Project Manager for the Barefoot Computing Programme
Alison Messer and Alessandra AbbattistaAli Messer is Head of Secondary ITT, and History PGCE tutor, at the University of Roehampton
Freddy May @CodioHQ@CodioHQ CEO and Founder of Codio, a learning management platform for computer science education.
Tom Birch@infinitebirch Teaches Computing, Outdoor Education, RE and Head of Ukulele Studies at @HazlegrovePrep.
Margaret Morrissey@technologytotea Teacher, CPD provider and researcher. Currently in Moscow researching technology and primary science. Primary science/technology specialist. Loves photography.
Dr Billy Wong@billybwong Lecturer in Education, University of Roehampton. Research interest in youths and STEM education
Peter Kemp@peterejkemp Peter lectures in Computing Education at the University of Roehampton, where he runs the Secondary PGCE in Computing.
Yasemin Allsop@yallsop Senior Lecturer in Computing at Roehampton University. EU Code week ambassador.Views are my own. Editor http://www.ictinpractice.com
Neil Taylor @LEGOeducationUK@LEGOeducationUK Neil has been a member of the LEGO Education UK team for over 4 years, and is also a LEGO Education Certified Academy Trainer.
Gemma MarsdenHead of Art and ICT and also whole school Computing coordinator at Kings College School, La Moraleja, Madrid.
Dawn Akyurek@KCS_Headteacher An experienced International School Headteacher currently working for King’s College School, Madrid, previously Head of the British Embassy School, Ankara, Turkey.She is an ISI international team inspector with experience of BSO inspection and a member of the Council of British International schools (COBIS) Board, Membership and CPD sub-committees.
Emma-Ashley Liles@EmmaAshley Software Developer. Currently writing 'A Teenager's Guide to Software Development'. Industry Liaison for @CASinclude and @stemettes Ambassador
Bridget Middlemas@bmiddlemas Senior lecturer in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education at the University of Roehampton, London, with expertise in the internationalisation of higher education.
Tony Parkin@tonyparkin Disruptive Nostalgist and Educational Technologist. Former Head of ICT Development at SSAT, now freelance. Proud dad and Yorkshireman.
Terry Freedman@terryfreedman Terry Freedman has been a teacher and Head of Department in ICT and Computing, an advisor for a local authority, and a senior leader in a local authority, as well as working for several national organisations.
Dr Sangeet Bhullar@sangeet Passionate about digital literacy/citizenship/creativity in educ/community/business devt. Educator/ researcher/learner/wife/mum. Founder http://wisekids.org.uk
Theresa Russell@chickengirl1976 . CAS Hub Leader. CAS Master Teacher - Head of KS3 Computing, Raspberry Pi Certified Educator, Mentor @MCHSRoboGirls and MiniMeRoboGirls, Moderator for GCSE Computer Science Edexcel and CEOP Ambassador
Dr. Albin Wallace@albinwallace Managing Director of Skybleu Research Ltd, independent education consultants.
Steve BunceDr. Steve Bunce is first and foremost a teacher. He has taught in primary and secondary schools, held ICT roles for a local authority and been a senior leader in schools. He has worked for The Open University and held associate lecturer posts with Durham University and Northumbria University, for their initial teacher training courses.
Rik Cross@codeClubRik . Senior Content and Curriculum Manager at the Raspberry Pi Foundation, where he oversees Code Club's curriculum, developing fun coding projects for children with a range of interests and abilities.
Kate Hudson@RoamerToo. After many years teaching Kate joined Valiant and discovered the power of Roamer. She works with teachers, advisers and students around the world, sharing practical classroom activities that help unlock areas of the curriculum in a very accessible way.
Katharine Childs@primaryicttech . Regional Manager for Code Club and is studying for a MSc in Computing in Education at Nottingham Trent University.
Dan Elwick@codeclublondon. Dan is the London and East of England Regional Coordinator for Code Club, a network of free, volunteer-led, after-school coding clubs for children aged 9 to 11.
Julia Skinner@TheHeadsOffice . Retired HT passionate in all aspects of education & leadership. Founder of 100 Word Challenge.Learning through networking!
Michael O’Kane@michaeliteach . Primary Educator with @iteach_uk | Teacher |Specialist in coding, computing & Minecraft in Education | EU Codeweek Ambassador for Northern Ireland.
Sophia Yerosimou@Miss_Computing . Leader/Teacher of Primary Computing, Year 4 Teacher, Leader of Year 1 & 2- Passionate about all things tech and education. Children are the future.
David Hellam@dhellam. Google for Education Certified Innovator: GTAUK12, Raspberry Pi Certified Educator, HS Computer Science teacher. Code Week EU ambassador & lapsed mathematician
James Franklin@jfranklinedu . Teacher of Computer Science, Royal Russell School, Croydon; Director, Axsied Publishing
Joe Dale@joedale . UK Independent modern foreign languages & technology consultant. Former host of TES MFL forum & short-listed for NAACE Impact Award 2013 for Curriculum Support
Fuze Coding@FUZEcoding . FUZE powered by Raspberry Pi combines programming and electronics in a fun, motivational and engaging package.
by Henrike Lode09:30 AM
by Miles Berry10:00 AM
by Dominic Traynor01:45 PM
by Dawn Akyürek & Gemma Marsden02:15 PM
We’re honoured to have amazing educators from around the world to share their experiences of teaching computing!
Our Festival of Computing offers great network opportunities for educators to meet with like minded people.
Be part of our community of inspirational educators, leaders and experts who are committed to expanding the horizons of education technology.