Last week we ran two ed-invent sessions in London. Held at Hub Westminster, while rather surprisingly the turnout was lower than the events in Manchester and Birmingham, we still found five really interesting edtech ideas. So congratulations to:
- Sarah Jane-Mohomed – Callington Community College (Cornwall)
- Stephen Lockyer – The Mead School (Tunbridge Wells)
- Sarah Findlater – Riddlesdown Collegiate (Purley)
- Sukhjit Gill – Upton Court Grammar School (Slough)
- Richard Wells – Churchdown School (Gloucestershire)
Thanks also to Matthew Denham and his team at Hub, who provided a terrific support for ed-invent and our apologies for mistaking one of the your normal walls for a whiteboard.
We had hoped to have tee shirts for all delegates, but despite our supplier’s “promise to deliver them within 10 days”, they didn’t arrive for 16, so only those who came along on Friday got one. However, we gave away several small prizes ranging from some Arduinos and Makey Makeys, to novelty voice changers and special touch screen gloves (ideal for winter).
These were the last ed-invents for 2013 with the 2014 events starting on January 18 in Brighton followed by Feb. 8 at the RM REAL Centre and then Feb.12 at East Berkshire College.
If you can’t get to any of these you can always participate in Virtual Pitch @ ed-invent.