Press release: TES Education 2008. Education Show

TES Education 2008 – Visit the Ultimate Childcare and Education Show in London this Autumn

Event:             TES Education 2008

Date:               10 & 11 October 2008

Location:        National Hall, Olympia, London

TES Education 2008 ( from 10-11 October 2008 at Olympia in London promises to wow visitors with a one-stop-shop of educational resources, CPD training sessions and expert advice.

A must for anyone with an interest in early years, primary and secondary education, the show will offer six seminar zones with over 60 focused CPD training sessions on current issues that matter such as personalisation, work/life balance and the digital divide. Visitors will be inspired by the latest advice, support and practical solutions from renowned experts such as Behaviour Management Consultant, Fintan O’Regan and the Chair of Science Education at King’s College, London, Jonathan Osborne. The National Association for Able Children in Education (NACE) will be holding conferences to help teachers provide a challenging and fun curriculum for able, gifted and talented learners and the ASE have devised a seminar stream focusing on recent developments in science for schools.

With nearly three hundred resource and service suppliers exhibiting, visitors will get the chance to try products for themselves benefiting from exclusive show discounts. There is a dedicated ‘Publishing Zone’ for visitors who would like to peruse the latest offerings from some of the UK’s leading publishers; with the ‘Policy in Practice’ zone providing the information and advice from educational institutions such as the Institute of Education, University of London and the Training and Development Agency for Schools (TDA).

Make sure you don’t miss out on this important two day event. Get your FREE fast-track entry badge now and book seminar places at: or telephone 0870 112 9055. Register online and you could win a 4GB iPod Nano!

TES Education 2008

Seminar programme highlights:
Friday 10 October 2008:

11:00 – 12:00

Brilliant Brains!

Dr Mark Biddiss, Educational Consultant, INSPRIEducation

A lively and intriguing presentation of numerous ‘Genius Thinking Tricks’ designed to expand your pupil’s brains. Includes novel demos, tips, tools and ‘tricks’ of using your brain, designed to enhance problem solving, reasoning, learning, perception and memory skills to GENIUS levels. Especially good for enhancing your pupils’ self-esteem!

Friday 10 October 2008:

14:00 – 15:00

Talking to Learn in Secondary Science

Jonathan Osborne, Chair of Science Education, King’s College, London

This session explains why giving pupils the opportunities to talk and use the language of science is important. It will explore ways in which pupils can be given more opportunities to talk and reason scientifically.

Saturday 11 October 2008:

12:30 – 13:30

Observation: A stress or a Boost?

Sara Bubb, Author, Trainer, Researcher & Lecturer

Observation is a significant cause of teacher stress. In this session, Sara Bubb will talk about common practises such as grading lessons which damage teacher esteem before exploring how being observed should make people feel good about their teaching and keen to have an even greater impact on pupils.

Saturday 11 October 2008:

14:00 – 15:00

If You Don’t Finish Dinner You Don’t Get Dessert

Fintan O’Regan, Behaviour Management Consultant

Teaching and managing children is not a democracy, it is a benign dictatorship. This presentation will outline some of the key principles in early support and management. In addition the differences between boys and girls will be explored and outlined in terms of providing effective pathways to learning.

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