15 Years of Education Technology (EdTech) Trends. Why technology has impacted so lightly on teaching practise, why things are about to change.

What the class of 2035 will look like.


Speaker: Stuart Ayres - Senior Deputy Head (Pastoral) Myddleton Colleage


Speaker Bio:

Stuart Ayres is currently Senior Deputy Head (Pastoral) at Myddelton College in Denbighshire. He has been teaching ICT and Computer Science for 15 years, previously working as an exploration geologist and an IT consultant. In his teaching career he has specialised in the effective deployment of EdTech and pastoral care.

His work at Myddelton College led to its inclusion in the EdTech 50 Schools report 2019. He is married with two children, two dogs and his ultimate ambition is to build an AI-driven, location aware robot capable of fetching things from the fridge on command.




5.45pm: Informal Networking: The evening starts with an opportunity to network informally over tea/coffee and a finger buffet, with like-minded professionals.

6:30pm – Presentation

8pm - Informal networking

Free Parking on site.



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This event is bought to you by BCS Chester and North Wales Branch.  For more information, visit - https://www.bcs.org/membership/member-communities/chester-and-north-wales-branch/


EdTech vs Ed-Resistance is Futile - what the classroom of 2035 will look like - Chester & North Wales Branch
Date and time
Wednesday 11 March, 6:30pm - 8:00pm
Gladstone's Library
Glynne Room
This event is sold out