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Wednesday 5 October
This panel discussion with Chris Farrell, David Petrie, Peter Clements and Sarah Smith explores the theme of action research.
How can we become champions for change in challenging teaching contexts?
Andy Keedwell and Ruchi Jain detail ways that they have encouraged teacher educators to reflect on their teaching and training through...
Briony Beaven explores the practice of telling stories of professional experience as a powerful form of development.
Colin Bangay looks at teacher education in resource constrained countries.
Jeremy Phillips looks at a framework for improving reflective teaching methods.
Megha Ahuja presents a model implemented in two K-12 schools for supporting and mentoring teachers in order to achieve educational goals...
Ann examines the role of the teacher as a researcher, concentrating on how this is linked to study visits and other international...
In this talk, Robin Foggo looks at 'taking responsibility for professional development' from the British Council CPD Framework for...
In this talk, Sadie looks at different successful education systems and discusses what makes them work.
Sarah Priestley looks at key steps and effective tools to use when mentoring and supporting a teacher.
Sinead Laffan shares some simple development activities which teachers can undertake in their own practice.
Svetlana Kandybovich outlines the main steps in developing and testing professional standards in Montenegro based on the Teaching for...
Conference programme - Day 1. Wednesday 5 October 2016
Tran Thi Hieu Thuy and Nguyen Thi Kim Phuong look at how to facilitate teachers' engagement in practising reflective activities.
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