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If you are looking to broaden the cultural base of your arts curriculum and consider why this is so important for your pupils, Representation in the Primary Arts Curriculum is the training you are looking for.
Rethinking the curriculum - Making your curriculum choices ambitious
These events provide schools with forward-thinking, impactful approaches towards student wellbeing. They talk openly about the challenges being faced in schools and how we can try to move forward. The events will feature educators, students and leading wellbeing experts from our network and beyond.
Retrieval Practice is now a mainstay of many schools and colleges. But the research on it is constantly updating what we currently ‘know’. Each study adds more context and nuance on how best to apply it.
The Chartered College of Teaching is delighted to announce our inaugural annual lecture will be given by Dylan Wiliam, who will address attendees on ‘The role of research in improving education’.
This joint webinar with ImpactED and the Chartered College of Teaching celebrates our new partnership - taking a look at effective evaluation in schools and what this looks like practice.
ACT’s annual Teaching Citizenship Conference is returning in 2023. Taking place on 29 June 2023 at IOE, UCL’s Faculty of Education and Society in Central London. The event will bring together teachers, practitioners and other stakeholders to amplify and exchange ideas that support quality Citizenship teaching.
This webinar will showcase the Cognitive Science research priorities from the Chartered College of Teaching.
As the Cultural Education Plan is being developed, the DfE and DCMS want to make sure we understand and have considered a range of relevant information and evidence. We would like to hear from College members that have an interest in cultural education for children and young people in England.
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