Who's presenting at exabytes?

Way #2 – Expertise & variety of presenters, from A to Z.

Since exabytes is a teaching and learning conference, it’s important for the presenters to have experience of working in education. All our presenters are either teaching in or working with schools. Visit the links here to read a little more about our workshop presenters, from A to Z:

  • Dan Aldred - Creator of resource site TeCoED (Teaching Computer Education)

  • Dave Ames - Maths and Computing teacher at Edge Hill University

  • Tim Blezeard - Edtech consultant and Apple/Google Ed Trainer

  • Graham Bowman - Raspberry Pi and Google Educator, focused on accessible computing

  • Jamie Chadwick - Head of ICT & Director of TEL at Alderley Edge School for Girls

  • Chris Chaffey - IT Trainer at Integrated Data Needs

  • Katharine Childs - Creator of Primary edtech blog PrimaryICTTech

  • Steve Dale - Innovation Consultant and Minecraft teacher in Bradford

  • Caron Downes - Teacher with an interest in edtech

  • Jamie Edmondson - Computing teacher at Our Lady’s Primary and edtech consultant

  • Dave Gibbs - Computing and Technology Specialist at STEM Learning

  • Sway Grantham - Raspberry Pi and Google certified teacher, SLE for computing

  • Christine Harvey - Head of Computer Science at Bradford Grammar and CAS Hub Leader

  • Thomas Judd - Primary teacher and computing coordinator, interested in new edtech

  • Theo Keuchel - Learning technology and education research specialist

  • Matt Moore - Leading Primary Computing Teacher with some great Kodu resources

  • Philip Nottingham - Teacher and Computing coordinator with an inventive edtech blog

  • Alan O’Donohoe - 20-year teaching veteran, head of our Exa Foundation, and our main roadshow presenter

  • Jose Picardo - Assistant Principal at Surbiton High School, regular speaker at edtech events

  • Les Pounder - Writer and Raspberry Pi teacher, published in Magpi, Linux Format, Tech Radar, Linux Voice and more

  • Paul Scott - Curriculum Innovation Manager in Bradford, focused on effective tech use

  • Jason Stanton - Schools Programme Manager at Cyber Security Challenge, designed to improve cybersecurity

  • Lorraine Underwood - Computing at School coordinator for Lancaster and Raspberry Pi educator

  • Andrew Wilkinson - School software developer aiming to create simple and powerful programs

  • Sarah Zaman - Manchester coordinator for CAS, primary teacher and Raspberry Pi educator

That’s far from all the teachers and edtech professionals attending exabytes, so make sure you book your tickets now at http://exa.is/exabytes