Early Career Teacher Conference 2019 brought insights to beginning teachers

Our Early Career Teacher Conference on 11 May 2019 was a thoroughly enjoyable and stimulating event. A very big ‘thank you’ to everyone who joined us, particularly to our keynote speakers, panel members and former Master’s students who presented posters about their recent school-based research. The day ended with a plenary session in which our delegates could seek advice on different issues and concerns related to career progression (such as making the move to a single-sex school; the effects on career prospects of working in an 11-18 school; and the value of gaining a Master’s in Learning and Teaching).

                                                                 

In response to the many requests that we’ve received, we have made the presentations given by our wonderful speakers available here.

Planning for effective professional learning

Katy Chedzey, Chartered College of Teaching

Hitting the Mark: Classroom-based research into marking

Dr. Velda Elliott and Dr. Katharine Burn, Department of Education, Oxford University

Differentiating for Behaviour

Stephanie Davies, Education Consultant

‘Bronze, silver, gold’; ‘Must, should, could’; ‘Red, amber, green’: Rethinking our planning for inclusive teaching

Lesley Nelson-Addy, Department of Education, Oxford University

Being a teacher in the digital age: Effective professional engagement in online social spaces

James Robson, Department of Education, Oxford University

Reflection in Practice

Stephanie Davies, Education Consultant

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