See Trabasack at The Tablets for Schools Conference 2013

Trabasack announce attendance to the annual Tablets for Schools Conference 2013, and offer a fantastic and exclusive Trabasack giveaway.

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(Press Release) - Dec. 3, 2013 - Our tablet bag is a product which can be beneficial in many walks of life and in many professional sectors. Education in particular is a field which we really can make a difference as our Trabasack kid’s tablet bag is ideal as tablets become more integral throughout every stage of schooling. With this in mind we’re thrilled to be attending The Tablets for Schools Conference 2013 on 9th December.

We are one of a number of exhibitors at the event and will be showcasing, demoing and promoting the full Trabasack range. We’re also exclusively giving away 100 of our Trabasack Minis which we believe is the ideal school tablet bag. It’s small, lightweight and ideal for keeping a tablet protected as well as providing the tray top functionality too.

The Conference runs from 8.45am until 5pm at the QEII Centre in London. The schedule for the event is a mixture of informal browsing time, to come and see the exhibitors such as ourselves, and structured talks and workshop options.Tablets for Schools 2013

Keynote speakers include David Blunkett MP, former Secretary of State for Education, Professors from both the universities of Cambridge and Loughborough and the CEOs of both Carphone Warehouse and the Dixons Retail Plc group. The event will be hosted by Andrew Percy MP, a former teacher, and now MP for Brigg and Goole. Up to 500 educational professionals including head teachers and leading decision makers within individual schools will be attending. The aim of the event is to demonstrate just how effective and beneficial tablet technology can be in schools.

The workshops organised include:

Schools Running Workshops: “New pedagogy for effective learning in the digital world” – Honywood Community Science School (Essex)

“From Substitution to Transformation” – Longfield Academy (Kent) “Our journey so far” – Greenford High School (Ealing)

“Going mobile – Our vision, strategy and realisation” - Cramlington Learning Village (Northumberland)

“It’s all about the learning” – Hove Park School (Hove)

“Integrating tablets to enhance Assessment Proficient Learners” – Lion Academy Trust (Walthamstow Forest)

“Introducing tablets to assist the journey from Ofsted good to beyond outstanding” - Chiswick School (Chiswick)

“Things to consider when introducing Tablet Devices to a single school and across multiple schools” - St Michael’s CE High School (Rowley Regis) -

Integrating tablets to enhance Assessment Proficient Learner
Switching from netbook to tablet
Things to consider when introducing Tablet Devices to a single school and across multiple schools
Planning your wireless and networking infrastructure to ensure the vision of mobile learning succeeds
Promoting Universal Access with Peripheral Tablet Devices
Introducing tablets to assist the journey from Ofsted good to outstanding

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This is just a sample and more are being added each day. Anybody working in the education sector is bound to find at least one of these topics inspiring. They could be the first step in introducing tablet technology to your school and taking advantage of the many benefits is offers.

Trabasack for your School Tablets

Tablets for SchoolsThe benefits provided by Trabasack for your tablets are plentiful. They ensure it has a safe and secure compartment to be kept in when not in use and can be actively included when they are. The tray surface is designed for regular use and when utilised alongside our Media Mount you can even position the tablet at the angle needed to watch videos and access educational resources without having to strain.

The long-term goal is there to be tablets available for every student in the UK.The Tablets for Schools campaign group have spent two years researching and developing procedures for the use of tablets and schools. Producing in depth reports to demonstrate their findings. It is a non-profit campaign which commissions research into introducing tablets into schools and how tablet technology can be used for the benefit of our children.






We’re looking forward to the event on 9th December and hope to see our Trabasack Minis being put to good use by their new owners!

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