One of the most innovative and inspiring events for primary and secondary level educators brought to you by Microsoft Ireland. Join in the discussion as we focus on planning for the future, covering key issues such as the new junior cycle assessments, innovative classroom practices, tools and solutions that can effectively integrate technology with teaching such as mobile learning, visual learning, collaboration platform and more. Have a unique opportunity to hear from Educational Experts and international Microsoft speakers and see how other Irish schools have developed innovative approaches to overcome their challenges.

Keynote Address

greg butler

Greg Butler

Senior Director: Education Strategic Partnerships, Microsoft Corporation

Greg Butler is currently responsible for leading education audience strategy and government relations development for Microsoft Public Sector through supporting strategic partnerships and programs that align Microsoft’s Citizenship activities and commercial efforts. Through this role Greg works with key global organizations such as UNESCO, World Bank, the Commonwealth and OECD.

richard kimble

Professor Richard Kimbell

Director: Technology Education Research Unit, Goldsmiths University of London

Richard Kimbell founded the Technology Education Research Unit at Goldsmiths University of London in 1990. Since that time, research sponsors include research councils, industry (e.g. LEGO, BP), government departments and professional/charitable organisations such as Engineering Council, Royal Society of Arts.

Keynote Address

greg butler

Greg Butler

Senior Director: Education Strategic Partnerships, Microsoft Corporation

>Greg Butler is currently responsible for leading education audience strategy and government relations development for Microsoft Public Sector through supporting strategic partnerships and programs that align Microsoft’s Citizenship activities and commercial efforts. Through this role Greg works with key global organizations such as UNESCO, World Bank, the Commonwealth and OECD.

richard kimble

Professor Richard Kimbell

Director: Technology Education Research Unit, Goldsmiths University of London

Richard Kimbell founded the Technology Education Research Unit at Goldsmiths University of London in 1990. Since that time, research sponsors include research councils, industry (e.g. LEGO, BP), government departments and professional/charitable organisations such as Engineering Council, Royal Society of Arts.

May 9th - Aviva Stadium


One of the most innovative and inspiring events for primary and secondary level educators brought to you by Microsoft Ireland. Join in the discussion as we focus on planning for the future, covering key issues such as the new junior cycle assessments, innovative classroom practices, tools and solutions that can effectively integrate technology with teaching such as mobile learning, visual learning, collaboration platform and more. Have a unique opportunity to hear from Educational Experts and international Microsoft speakers and see how other Irish schools have developed innovative approaches to overcome their challenges.

Tailored Breakout Sessions

Tailored Breakout Sessions

In partnership with

experience zones

Explore our Experience Zones

Over the day of the Summit, you will have the opportunity to experience how technology is changing our homes, our schools and the way we work, in our experience zones. Each zone will showcase all the capabilities of the latest Microsoft technology and software with interactive displays. There will also be plenty of time to trial, experience, and play with our surfaces, laptops, and phones, and of course the Xbox!

aviva

May 9th - Aviva Stadium


One of the most innovative and inspiring events for primary and secondary level educators brought to you by Microsoft Ireland. Join in the discussion as we focus on planning for the future, covering key issues such as the new junior cycle assessments, innovative classroom practices, tools and solutions that can effectively integrate technology with teaching such as mobile learning, visual learning, collaboration platform and more. Have a unique opportunity to hear from Educational Experts and international Microsoft speakers and see how other Irish schools have developed innovative approaches to overcome their challenges.