“Creative Technology in Challenging Times”
12th and 13th February 2010
At the 2010 Computers in Education Society of Ireland’s (CESI) Annual Conference, we plan to highlight the varied and creative ways teachers are using ICT to enhance teaching and learning at primary and post primary level. In that spirit, the theme for this year’s conference is “Creative Technology in Challenging Times”. Attendance at the conference is open to all teachers whether experienced or not in the use of ICT.
CESI welcomes presenters for the conference from primary, post primary and third level education. Presentations should be 30 minutes in length. Workshops should be 60 minutes in length. A full list of last year’s presentations and workshops can be viewed at www.cesi.ie/conference.
If you are interested in presenting at the conference, please email your proposal consisting of the following:
- Presentation or workshop title
- A brief description of the presentation / workshop, including target audience
- Any special equipment that might be needed for the presentation / workshop
- Complete contact information
- Brief biography
to [email protected] on or before Thursday, 12th November. In turn CESI will respond to each proposal by Friday, 27th November.
The selection of presentations / workshops will be made in the interests of good balance.
Tom Kendall & Adrienne Webb, CESI Co-Chairs
CESI, founded in 1973, promotes the use of ICT in education at all levels in the Irish Education System. It is a voluntary body that draws its members from primary, post primary and third level teachers.