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Canopy Live

Birmingham | 21st October 2022

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Join the team from Canopy as we explore the impact technology can have on teaching and learning

About Canopy Live

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Teaching and learning sits at the heart of everything we do at Canopy. This year all our sessions will focus on the impact technology can have on teaching and learning.

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Hear from our team of passionate and fun Google Certified Innovators Coaches, and Trainers.

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Experience compelling sessions including 'Evidence-based Edtech for T&L', 'Repositioning the narrative: EdTech to Pedagogy', and 'Digitial Citizenship for Learning'.

Full schedule coming soon.


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Group Booking

Buy two tickets and get the third for free!

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All prices exclude VAT, where applicable. All registrations are final and non-refundable but transferable. Please contact for more information. There are no refunds for no shows. 

Open call for presenters

Want to present a session on Google Workspace for Education? Contact us at


thestudio, 7 Cannon Street, Birmingham, B2 5EP, UK

By Rail

There are three railway stations within walking distance of thestudio: Birmingham New Street, Snow Hill and Moor Street. New Street Station is just a three minute walk from thestudio.

Walking from New Street Station

Exit the North exit ‘Stephenson Street’ or ‘New Street entrance’ and head up Lower Temple street past Caffé Nero. Turn right at Starbucks and continue down New Street (Tesco on your left). Cannon Street is the second street on the left, thestudio is halfway along Cannon Street on the right-hand side.

Having trouble finding us?

Download directions, or call the Birmingham venue direct on 0121 634 2800 and they'll do their best to guide you.

  • What is the Daily Search Challenge?
    Each day we set a new question - that can be answered using a range of internet searches. There are lots of ways to use the internet to find the answer to this challenge, including Google Search, Google Maps, Street View and Arts and Culture. To learn more about searching check out the Power Searching Courses.
  • Where can I find the answer to an Internet Search Challenge
    You can use Google to search for answers, often these will require multiple searches, we don't provide the answer via Chat.
  • What's the difference between the Primary and Secondary Challenge?
    The Primary Challenge is aimed at younger studnets. The Secondary Challenge is aimed at older students and adults.
  • Can I help create a challenge?
    Yes! We love to get new submissions for the challenges! Please send them to
  • When can I find the answer to previous challenges?
    The solutions for all previous challenges can be found on our Past Challenges Page.
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