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An event to celebrate the wonderful variety of pedagogies. Organised by the National Education Union and kindly hosted by the Institiute of Education, University College London, this one day event will include speakers and workshops that examine teaching and learning in all its splendour!

Sessions include ...

Early Years and primary strand
Elaine Bennett - Keeping Early Years Unique
Caroline Parkin Play in Key Stage One -
Simon Smith - using picture books for all ages
Hampshire Head Teachers’ project - Maintaining a broad curriculum in upper KS2 - Jon LeFevre
Perpetua Kirby and Rebecca Webb - spaces for creativity in primary KS1
Jonny Walker - Making the Most of Local Histories in primary humanities.


English

Barbara Bleinman - English Teaching Past and Present - English and Media Centre, Islington.
Lorna Damms and teachers from William Ellis School - ‘Colliding worlds’ - KS3 students’ voices and experiences coming into productive contact with the world of texts.
Mehrunissa Shah - It Was a Pleasure to Read With Them.


Approaches to curriculum
Remodelling our curriculum for deep learning - a case study from an Oxfordshire school.
Tim Taylor - Mantle of the Expert - A transformative drama based pedagogy.
Kiri Tunks - Project work in secondary schools from transition to A-Level - how do we empower children in their learning?
Emma Mort Creative approaches to MFL teaching
Jonny Walker, Newham Assistant head; using local histories and knowledge to inform the humanities curriculum.
Dr Eleanore Hargreaves, Institute of Education; Children’s voice in their learning.

Daniel Kebede - Using Philosophy for Children to discuss race and racism in primary schools.


Sex and Relationships Education
Alice Hoyle - Teaching Great SRE
Kauser Jan - AGENDA, making positive relationships matter.
Camilla Smith and Philipa Harvey; challenging sexism across the curriculum.

Discussion between Mary and Ben Newmark - "knowledge, skills and all that jazz"

Maths Strand
Nrich - N-riching the curriculum
Celia Hoyles on digital technology in the classroom (also Key note speaker)
Gawain Little on assessing primary maths through observation and investigtion.
Paul McGarr and Kate Gladstone-Smith on Mixed attainment mathematics teaching in secondary education.

Other
#BrewEd strand (3 workshops - titles tbc)
Jo Castro - A Newham primary school - Coaching and Pedagogy
Sarah Kilpatrick. Newcastle. Teaching secondary art.
Lucy Hall - Primary art teacher on art across the curriculum.



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