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researchED 2017 National Conference

September 9 @ 9:45 am - 4:45 pm

researchED’s annual conference is back! The fifth national conference, where we present the best minds and voices in education from the UK and beyond. Come and hear what the latest and best research has to offer your schools, classrooms and students, and speak to the researchers, teachers and academics behind it. Network, get ideas, be challenged and ask questions at one of the education events of the year.

We believe that the teaching profession is at the edge of a change; a change where teachers and schools are guided by the best evidence available, working in tandem with experience, craft and wisdom. Where we no longer work alone, or under ancient misconceptions, but together in an informed community of practitioners. Come and join us.

This event is always heavily attended so please book early to avoid disappointment. The current list of speakers will be built as they sign up, and you can find download links for the programme and timetable closer to the event date.

Speakers signed up so far include….

Amanda Spielman

Jen Perrson

Eva Hartell

Emmanuel Akpan-Inwang

Carl Hendrick

Peps McCrea

Meryl Noronha

Stephen Lane

Rachael Hare

Beth Greville Giddings

Alom Shaha

Jonathan Porter

Pedro de Bruyckere

Miles Berry

Jude Enright

Gabriel Sahlgren

Gary Jones


James Mannion

Sarah Donarski

Harry Fletcher Wood

Martin Robinson

Nick Rose

Vivienne Porritt

Tom Sherrington

Kamil Trzebiatowski

Sam Freedman

Ezzy Moon

Carol Davenport

Ed Dorrell

Crispin Weston

Louis Coiffait

Jon Richards

Karen Wespieser

Alex Quigley

Daisy Christodoulou

Caroline Creaby

Laura McInerney

Sergey Visser

Richard Adams

Lucy Crehan

Nicola Woolcock

John Tomsett

Joe Kirby

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Christian Bokhove

This is the new m*th!

Sarah Donarski

What you do not know about Feedback and Motivation

Daisy Christodoulou

Improving assessment: the key to education reform

Jonathan Porter

When the facts change do we change our minds?

Eva Hartell

Elaborating on formative assessment and comparative judgement in STEM

Sergej Visser

Formative Assessment in a Culture of Feedback

Ezzy Moon, Pete Bradshaw

The Floating Teacher: exploring the use of teacher videos within the classroom

Ezzy Moon, Justin Gray

Perceptions of race, culture and diversity in education

Caroline Creaby, Ruth Dann

Leading research engagement in education - a practical guide to changing practice in your school

Nikki Booth

What is true formative assessment, why hasn’t it worked in schools, and how can we make it even better in the classroom?

Mark Quinn, James Mannion

Practitioner Enquiry: more than just professional development?

Tricia Taylor

Critique and Feedback: Improving Peer Feedback

Barbara Bleiman

'It's Good to Talk' – What Group Work Can Achieve in English & What Makes it Work

Karen Wespieser

The self improving education system; why we don't need to expand partial selection

Emmanuel Akpan-Inwang

Care In The Classroom: Applying the European Model of Social Pedagogy

Louis Coiffait

The trillion £ question

Miles Berry

What (probably) works when teaching computing

Vivienne Porritt

Supporting and empowering women leaders through research

Stephen Lane

What the Foucault? In defence of theory

Jude Enright

How did one school leader use evidence to end their Ofsted nightmares?

Peps Mccrea

Expert teaching: what is it and how do we build it?

Kamil Trzebiatowski

How do we speak to EAL learners?

Harry Fletcher-Wood

Why does good professional development still fail?

Crispin Weston

Inventing the horseless carriage: why edtech hasn't worked but is still our only hope

James Mannion

why school leaders and education researchers need to embrace complexity

Jen Persson

School census: what you need to know | Where does your data go? A hands-on workshop.

Carol Davenport

Girl jobs and boy jobs?

Beth Greville-Giddings

Journal Club

Gary Jones

Time efficient techniques for the evidence-informed teacher


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All day multi-pass

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All day pass, discounted: students, low income, other groups

$38.00 Add to basket

All day pass + donation

$76.00 Add to basket


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September 9
9:45 am - 4:45 pm
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