Apple education expert to lead photography seminar
Thursday, January 26, 2017
Early years teacher and Apple Distinguished Educator Marc Faulder will be presenting the seminar ‘The rich potential of children’s photography’ at noon on Saturday 4 February.
Marc has talked nationally and internationally about his work. He will be replacing Pete Moorhouse, who will unfortunately be unable to attend because of ill-health.
Drawing on his own work, Marc will demonstrate how photography, and related technology, can complement core early years provision and hands-on experiences, enhancing children’s learning across the EYFS, from creativity and language to maths and observational skills.
He teaches at Burton Joyce Primary School, Nottingham, leads computing across the Acorn Federation and works closely with the Rushcliffe Learning Alliance schools. As manager of the Apple Regional Training Centre Nottingham, he provides free CPD for teachers in Nottingham, Derby, Leicester and Loughborough. His practical workshops and presentations have featured at regional events in the East Midlands for Nottinghamshire County Council and he co-ordinates the iPad and Curriculum Networks.
Marc works nationally, sharing his ideas at events such as the British Educational Training and Technology Show (BETT) and the Education Innovation Conference (EIC). As an Apple Distinguished Educator, he has travelled to Apple Distinguished Educator Institutes to collaborate on projects with other ADEs from around the globe.