#LearningFirst Greenwich

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We are delighted to have been asked to bring the #LearningFirst assessment party to the University of Greenwich on Saturday, 30th September 2017.

The Greenwich conference will focus particularly on how schools can achieve principled assessment practice whilst protecting workload and wellbeing.

We have a few last-minute tickets available but you will need to be quick off the mark! Search ‘#LearningFirst‘ on Eventbrite, or follow this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/learningfirst-greenwich-tickets-35860216874

This will be a great opportunity to hear from national and local speakers, including:

Prof Dame Alison Peacock, CEO Chartered College of Teaching; Sean Harford, National Director for Schools, Ofsted; Mary Myatt, author of ‘High Challenge, Low Threat’ and ‘Hopeful Schools’; James Pembroke, data guru; Clare Seal, Primary Headteacher in Bethnal Green; David Weston of the Teacher Development Trust, Dr Tim O’Brien, visiting Fellow in Psychology and Human Development at UCL and many, many others. And, all for a fiver!!! How fantastic is that?!?!

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Conference programme

A copy of the programme will be available for delegates on the day.

 

Venue:

University of Greenwich
Southwood Site
Avery Hill Road
Eltham
SE9 2UG

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You can download a copy of the map here: PDF of venue map

 

Keep up to date with the conference news on the @BeyondLevels on Twitter @BeyondLevels

 

Here is a post by Beth Budden that you might be interested in as pre-reading for the conference:

Lightening the load – how to make big gains in learning by doing less.

There’s so much snake oil in education that when something with the potential to really help learners comes along, there’s a chance it’s overlooked; this mustn’t be the case with cognitive load theory. The evidence to support this theory is compelling and educators should take note.

 

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