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A combined event between the Chartered College of Teaching and The National subject association for EAL, NALDIC.
The ASE's 2024 flagship Annual Conference takes place at the University of Northampton's Waterside Campus in January, from the 4th to the 6th inclusive.
This course explores how effective oracy, research behind effective questioning for all learners, and the theory behind developing learner independence helps create cognitively challenging classrooms for all learners.
A webinar looking into a new approach to support teacher well-being.
Delivered by University of Sunderland, this online interactive course consists of two 2h sessions and dives into improving everyone's lesson observations experience. This course will be held on 17 January and 24 January 2024.
A collaborative conference bringing together leaders of professional development, leaders of teams and anyone interested in developing themselves or others as evaluative, empowered practitioners
We hear from schools and practitioners that our primary curriculum is overfilled, disjointed and not giving our children the best opportunities in some cases.
Oracy is now spoken about daily in our Primary schools but often not fully understood or implemented to make the best impact for our children.
Rethinking Curriculum webinar series #RethinkingCurriculum
Climate education and sustainability is the big topic in education at the moment but how do you ensure meaningful impact in your school and avoid the known areas of concern?
Outdoor learning is now regularly seen in our primary schools but how can you implement a wider curriculum outdoors and how can you ensure impact for your children?
Play has long been the domain of early years and the playground. Join us to explore how the power of play can impact curriculum across the primary school and the impact this can have!
Join TT Education, the UK's leading school improvement company, on the 20 & 21 June 2024 at the University of Warwick, for two impactful days of learning, networking and discussion
Pupil voice and agency has often been associated with secondary provision but join us to hear how this can guide your curriculum and give all of your pupils the power in their learning.
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