Arrive early for mince pies and mulled wine! Among the many teachers sharing their valued ideas are participants in various Deanery research projects and professional learning programmes. Contact Rob Bown (firstname.lastname@example.org) for further details.
We warmly invite you to the annual TeachMeet hosted by the Oxford Education Deanery, focused on the use of research in developing teaching. Local teachers will be sharing findings from their ‘Research and Development’ projects within the Masters in Learning and Teaching – and we welcome contributions from other teachers who’ve been engaged in classroom […]
Free CPD to support subject development and a more diverse curriculum For more information and to book, click on the link here: Oxford History Teachers Network-OHTN flyer2017
The conference organisers are very excited to announce that this year’s Key Note speaker will be Dr Velda Elliott. Dr Elliott will be talking about her Education Endowment Foundation review on marking. You can check out the review here and follow Velda on twitter @veldaelliott Book your place here for just £30. The flyer for this […]
A research team at the University of Oxford is looking for secondary schools to take part in a nationalresearch project called MYRIAD. MYRIAD is asking questions around how schools prepare young people to manage their emotional healthand improve resilience to the challenges of adolescence. We would like to hear from you if you are a […]
Oxford Spires School warmly invites you to their Research Showcase. Please RSVP to Helen Boswell at: email@example.com
This academic year, Brasenose welcomed two new Fellows in Education – Professors Sonali Nag and Charles Hulme. To mark their arrival, the College is holding an afternoon symposium on the twin topics of early child learning and raising attainment in secondary schools. For more information about this event and how to register, see the attached […]
Looking forward to catching up with all the Research Champions. We will be discussing ‘Wait times’ with Jenni Ingram. A link to the article can be found here.
Please see the attached flyer for upcoming Biology events for teachers and pupils: Biology events
In conjunction with the Faculty of English, the Deanery is hosting an event to connect teachers of A level English Literature with researchers working on A level texts. On the day teachers will take part in two 3 hour seminars, each on a different topic in the reformed A level English Literature specifications. Researchers from […]