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TA Forum event: Teaching early brain development

Ella Lloyde Newman is the Research Lead on the SEEN (Secondary Education around Early Neurodevelopment) programme focused on teaching early brain development. Secondary Education around Early Neurodevelopment is in partnership with Kindred Squared, SEEN is a research project to develop and pilot curriculum for Key Stage 3 pupils. It aims to embed the key principles […]

Engaging with education research: With a little help from the system

Research evidence in education serves as a compass, guiding decisions on educational progress, equity and resource optimisation. Overcoming the challenges of harnessing research evidence in education for policy makers and practitioners involves fostering a culture of research engagement, as the OECD’s Strengthening the Impact of Education Research project explores. Join our Q&A webinar to learn about crucial […]

Research & Teachers: How does (and might) research move to, around and among teachers?

Research can play an important role in teachers’ professional lives. It can provide: insights to understand the experiences of learners; guidance on addressing current priorities; and inspiration for thinking about what else is possible or desirable. This webinar will explore teachers’ experiences of accessing, exchanging and engaging with research and investigate the role of individuals, […]

Pupil absence: Questions for policy, for research and in practice

Pupil absence post COVID has risen, yet what the precise causes are and how they can best be remedied remains uncertain. The evidence given to the Education Select Committee Inquiry into this topic set out a number of interlinking factors that need taking into consideration if the situation is to improve. In this panel discussion, […]

Preparing for your First Teaching Job: Interviews (Part 3 of 3)

Chartered College of Teaching and Department for Education – Preparing for your First Teaching Job: Interviews The Department for Education, in collaboration with Chartered College of Teaching (CCT), is running a series of webinars to help trainee teachers prepare for and find their first teaching role. Part 1 Searching & Applying Part 2 Applications and […]

Preparing for your First Teaching Job: Applications & Personal Statements (Part 2 of 3)

This webinar is designed to support those Initial Teacher Training in finding their first teaching job. It is being hosted in partnership between the Chartered College of Teaching and the Department for Education Teaching Vacancies. Chartered College of Teaching and Department for Education – Preparing for your First Teaching Job: Applications & Personal Statements (Part […]

Preparing for your First Teaching Job: Searching and Applying (Part 1 of 3)

Chartered College of Teaching and Department for Education – Preparing for your First Teaching Job: Searching and Applying – 17 January 2024 at 5:30pm The Department for Education, in collaboration with Chartered College of Teaching (CCT), is running a series of webinars to help trainee teachers prepare for and find their first teaching role. Join […]

Why understanding the development of oral language matters

Abstract: Oral language is foundational for learning and attainment. Understanding the relationships between language and learning requires an awareness of the the key components of the language system and how these impact across development. By corollary language development depends on children’s language learning environments: without effective language learning environments development is compromised. Using an implementation science […]

Learning observations – making the most of our time in colleagues’ classrooms

With this course we can move beyond ‘learning walks’ and ‘lesson observations’ – and instead achieve genuine professional development and improved student outcomes from the time we spend in each other’s classrooms. It will take place over 2 sessions of 2h each: 17 January and 24 February 2023 from 09.00-11.00 GMT (UTC). Presenter Bob (Barbara) Justham is […]

Addressing teacher mental health and wellbeing through reflective practice

There is a growing global concern about the rate at which teachers are leaving the profession. Much of this has been attributed to the increasing stress and workload faced by teachers. Teacher wellbeing and mental health is now a priority in the education policy agenda in England. This webinar addresses two important issues faced by […]

Rethinking Curriculum -Pupil voice and agency in primary schools

Rethinking Curriculum webinar series #RethinkingCurriculum 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. We will bring together a group of expert practitioners and researchers to discuss agency and pupil voice […]

Rethinking Curriculum – Place based and community curriculum in primary schools

‘An effective curriculum is for the children in front of you!’ Join us to discuss how curriculum design should mirror your pupils and community whilst opening the door to experiences beyond your locality, building pupils’ sense of belonging. We will bring together a group of expert practitioners and researchers to discuss how to use your […]

Rethinking Curriculum -Play and the opportunity in primary schools

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!  We will bring together a group of expert practitioners and researchers to discuss play in the curriculum, with an opportunity for […]

Rethinking Curriculum – Nature based and outdoor learning in the primary curriculum

Rethinking Curriculum webinar series #RethinkingCurriculum 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?  We will bring together a group of expert practitioners and researchers to discuss outdoor learning in the curriculum, with an opportunity for […]

Rethinking Curriculum -Climate Education and Sustainability in primary schools

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?  We will bring together a group of expert practitioners and researchers to discuss climate education and sustainability curriculum, with an opportunity for discussion and questions […]

Rethinking Curriculum – Oracy in primary schools

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.  We will bring together a group of expert practitioners and researchers to discuss experiential learning, with an opportunity for discussion and questions for all audience members to learn about the […]

Rethinking Curriculum – Experiential learning in primary schools

We hear from schools and practitioners that our primary curriculum is overfilled, disjointed and not giving our children the best opportunities in some cases. In this webinar, we bring together a group of expert practitioners and researchers to discuss experiential learning, with an opportunity for discussion and questions for all audience members to learn about […]

Rethinking Coaching and Collaboration

In this webinar jointly hosted by the Chartered College and Evidence Based Education, Professor Rob Coe will be taking a closer look at approaches to coaching and collaboration. We will also hear perspectives from serving teachers and school leaders, and introduce new developments for teachers working with both organisations, including a route to achieving Chartered […]

The value of cultural spaces to support teachers’ professional development

This webinar will discuss the value of visiting museums, galleries and cultural spaces for teachers’ wellbeing and professional development. It has been created in partnership with the national charity for art, Art Fund and the Chartered College of Teaching (CCT).   The webinar will explore how cultural spaces boost teachers’ wellbeing, with research from the […]