In this session we will explore some of the challenges around leading teaching and learning across a trust, and consider how research and evidence might inform trust leaders’ thinking in this area. There will be an opportunity to hear from Evidence-Based Education’s Director of Research and Development, Prof. Rob Coe who will share the work he has undertaken around school leadership and teacher development.
Attendees will be encouraged to share their own experiences and will have the opportunity to ask questions to Rob and our other speakers.
For: Trust leaders in executive roles, typically those leading teacher development across the trust.
Prof. Rob Coe, Director of Research and Development, Evidence based education
Louise Clifford FCCT CTeach (Leadership), Director of Hartismere Leadership Training
Katy Chedzey, Head of Professional Learning and Accreditation, Chartered College of Teaching
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