Digital Transformation – Raising Performance and Learner Engagement

Details
Date:

February 26

Time:

10:00 am - 02:00 pm

Event Category:

South England

Click to Register: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/digital-transformation-raising-performance-and-learner-engagement-tickets-88648322519
Organizer

London Sixth Form Colleges RTC

Website: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/london-sixth-form-colleges-rtc-29092432407
Venue

St Francis Xavier Sixth Form College

Malwood Road, London, SW12 8EN

London, England, GB, SW12 8EN

Participants will be able to see and experience first-hand what a digital transformation journey looks like. We will discuss the rationale for digital transformation, impact strategies, financial planning and plans for a successful implementation of a digital transformation initiative. In addition to practical demonstrations, participants will have an opportunity to visit classrooms and observe teachers delivering sessions using digital tools.


If you are reviewing digital initiatives to raise the quality of teaching, learner engagement and learning outcomes in your college, this will be an ideal event for you. If you are already on a digital journey, you can benefit from networking and sharing best practices and supporting the event by sharing your own journey with other participants. Our key partners (Apple Education and Academia) will also be available to provide further insight into the impact of digital innovation in education.


This free event is particularly aimed at strategic senior management teams and would be of great interest to Principals, Deputies, Curriculum and Resources and Finance Directors. You can register up to three staff members from your college. Each staff member will need to register individually. We are located a few minutes’ walk from Clapham South Tube Station (Northern Line). Car parking is available on site upon request. Lunch will be provided.


The itinerary for the day will be emailed to you separately after registration. If you require further information, please do not hesitate to contact Shah Ali at s.ali@sfx.ac.uk.