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NQT Early Career Development Conference

Event starts: 18 June, 2016

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An opportunity for PGCE alumni and Oxfordshire-based NQTs to come together and celebrate the successful completion of their first year of teaching. There will also be an opportunity to learn about the latest research in education and consider the development of your teaching career. Lady Margaret Hall, OxfordSaturday 18th June 201610.00am – 4.00pm Click here […]

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Inspirational Teacher Awards

Event starts: 11 May, 2016

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The University of Oxford honoured ten inspirational state school teachers as part of an awards scheme that recognises excellent teachers from state schools and colleges. These teachers were awarded for their efforts supporting pupils who were successful in getting places at Oxford. The awards event was attended by the Oxford Education Deanery Director Katharine Burn who […]

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Applications open for the Action Research Fellowship Programme 2016-17

Event starts: 10 May, 2016

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A fantastic opportunity to work with world-class professionals from the University of Oxford’s Department of Education on a specific priority area. This form of professional development is open to individual teachers – and indeed TAs – at all career stages, although it may be of particular value in supporting early career teachers seeking to develop […]

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Can teachers mark less, but mark smarter? Research Report

Event starts: 06 May, 2016

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A review of the literature on written marking was carried out for the EEF, based around the most common approaches found in marking policies on school websites. There is surprisingly little research on written marking – it’s often small-scale or comes from TEFL research. There are a few key things for teachers to think about […]

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OUDE research article on wait times currently available through open access

 Research by Dr Jenni Ingram and Dr Velda Elliott (OUDE) on the role of wait times in the classroom is currently available to access online for free. The article looks at whether wait times are beneficial in the classroom. It argues that the outcomes may not always be desirable and proposes a more nuanced approach. […]

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‘A Professional Partnership’ (from BluePrint March 2016)

The University of Oxford’s staff magazine, BluePrint explores the work of the Deanery in local schools in its March 2016 issue. Eluned Harries, assistant headteacher at Matthew Arnold, and Dr Katharine Burn, Director of the Oxford Education Deanery, discuss the importance of collaboration and research for professional development and how this can improve educational outcomes in local schools. […]

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Sutton Trust Oxford Teacher Summer School

Event starts: 06 July, 2016

Event ends: 07 July, 2016

The Sutton Trust Oxford Teacher Summer School is a two-day residential conference for teachers at state-funded schools and colleges in the UK. The conference aims to support teachers to stretch and challenge their most able students, and equip them with the best possible advice and guidance on selective university admissions.   To apply for a […]

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St John’s College Study Week for Teachers

Event starts: 24 July, 2016

Event ends: 29 July, 2016

We warmly invite you to the St John’s College Study Week for Teachers taking place this summer Sunday 24 July – Friday 29 July 2016.   Each year St John’s College, Oxford, invites a group of teachers and education professionals to stay at the college and pursue a study project of their choice. There are […]

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A study day for A-level English students: ‘Shakespeare and the Stuart Monarchs’

Event starts: 26 February, 2016

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This study-day for A-Level English Literature students will explore how Shakespeare responded to James I, the first Stuart king.  International experts from the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and the Universities of Oxford and Exeter will uncover the interactions of literature, history, theatre, and performance to explore how Shakespeare’s writings: engaged with the political world around him, […]

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NQT Early Career Development Conference

Event starts: 18 June, 2016

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The Oxford Department of Education is committed to strengthening its contact with both local teachers and alumni, and to supporting new teachers in their future careers. The Oxford NQT conference will provide the opportunity to: exchange ideas and experiences with like-minded colleagues learn about new research in your subject consider possible routes to develop your […]

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