ResearchED Durrington – Fully Booked
28 April 2018
‘Making evidence count for the classroom teacher’
This event is now fully booked. If you would like to join the waiting list please email Lisa Edwards on email@example.com
In recent years there has been a significant shift in the teaching profession – one that is to be applauded. A growing number of teachers and school leaders have become interested in engaging with the research evidence around education and cognitive science and using this to improve their practice. This is a really welcome development. The experience that a child receives in school is too important to be left to chance. It will shape their future, for better or worse. With this in mind, effective teaching should not be based on hunches or guesses. It should instead draw from the wisdom of our most successful teachers and the available research evidence. This is what ‘ResearchED Durrington’ plans to bring you – effective evidence informed strategies that can be taken straight back to your classroom.
Date: Saturday 28th April 2018
Cost: £25 – buy here.
For further details please contact Lisa Edwards on firstname.lastname@example.org
Speakers & Session Title
- Professor Daniel Muijs (Keynote) – Creating an evidence-informed profession
- Dr Becky Allen- What if we cannot measure progress?
- Mark Enser – Lean lessons
- Matt Pinkett & Mark Roberts – Big boys don’t try?
- Michael Tidd – Moving from Marking to Feedback
- David Fawcett – “Yeah but the research proves …” – Tackling the engrained myths in teaching and what you should really focus on instead.
- Sarah Donarski – Questioning how you question
- Dr Brian Marsh – Teachers supporting teachers in professional learning and practice development – the use of video mediated peer coaching
- Martin Robinson – Technology and Creativity: Are you the Maker or the Tool?
- Tom Sherrington – No Can Do? Making Assessment Actions Count
- Jo Payne & Mel Scott – Research-informed principles in the primary classroom
- Harry Fletcher-Wood – How can we design professional development that works?
- Peps Mcrea – How to build an expert teacher
- Oliver Caviglioli – Memory and meaning
- Jonathan Haslam – Staying curious
- Mary Myatt – Curriculum as a big story
- Robin Macpherson & Carl Hendrick – What Does This Look Like in The Classroom? Bridging the gap between research and practice
- Andrew Smith – When the statistics don’t mean what you think they mean
- Dr Caroline Creaby – The memory clock: a tool to maximise the impact of student revision
- Claire Hill & Rebecca Foster – Practical approaches to bringing research-informed practice to the classroom, the department and the whole school.
- David Weston – Unleashing greatness in teachers
- Nick Rose – Memory research for the classroom
- Dr Gary Jones – Time saving techniques for the time-pressed evidence-based teacher
- Clare Sealy – Memory, cognitive overload and why fractions and telling the time are hard to learn
- James Richardson – After six years of the EEF, why hasn’t the attainment gap got any smaller?
A programme including speaker biographies and session synopsis will be available on the dayPosted on 22 September 2017
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