Conference and Public Speaking

Presentation at CAS Scotland Conference / Microsoft, Edinburgh, October 2012
Presentation at CAS Scotland Conference / Microsoft, Edinburgh, October 2012

Keynotes, Workshops, Presentations

I’ve spoken at many conferences and events across the UK focusing on the use of technology in learning and teaching, computing science education, coding, social media and creativity.  I’m happy to speak about most areas of technology, subject to the agreement of my current employer, and you can get a flavour of my areas of expertise from my blog and biography.

Conference Information Pack

Presentation on Flipped Learning for Computing Science, University of Glasgow, October 2013
Presentation on Flipped Learning for Computing Science, University of Glasgow, October 2013

What types of things can I do?

  • Face-to-Face Conference Presentation, Workshop or Keynote
  • Hands on workshop or practical demonstration
  • Preparation of on-line professional development on-line learning resources
  • Conference stand and product launch event presentations
  • Custom designed packages of the above for your school / school district

Positions Currently Held

  • Scottish Government: Member of ICT in Education Reference Group
  • Scottish Qualifications Authority: Member of Computing and ICT Sector Panel
  • Scottish Qualifications Authority: Curriculum for Excellence, Qualification Design Team (Computing Science)
  • BCS/Computing at School (Scotland): Committee Member
  • Education Scotland: Curriculum Area Quality Assurance Group (Computing Science)
  • Aberdeen City Council: Education Support Officer (ICT and Learning)

Additional Information

Typical feedback:

“A great Glow presentation at Primary Education conference. The first enthusiastic and positive presentation I’ve seen in a long time!”

“Charlie Love’s talk on ‘Flipping the Classroom’ was inspiring – I’m going to try this with my classes!”

“I loved the practical examples in Charlie Love’s presentation on Games Design, really simple examples of how to use free resources to teach creative skills to my pupils.”

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