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Leads Network Day, Haninge 2018

March 10 @ 9:30 am - 5:00 pm

Speakers include (so far):

Alex Quigley, Director of Research School, Huntington School, York
Lena Adamson, Director of the Swedish Institute for Educational Research
Per Kornhall, PhD, author and consultant and researcher in educational matters
Tom Bennett, Founder of researchED, UK Government Advisor on behaviour
Anette Jahnke, Project leader Gothenburg University and research institute ifous. PhD in professional praxis
Niall Seery, PhD, Athlone Inst. of Tech. Ireland, and ass. professor KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Andrew Doyle, PhD candidate KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Jeffrey Buckley, PhD candidate KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Carl Hendrick, Head of Learning and Research at Wellington College
Eva Hartell, PhD, Senior Lecturer and researcher, Haninge municipality and KTH Royal Institute of Technology
Donal Canty, PhD, Senior Lecturer, School of Education, University of Limerick,
Lisa Björklund- Boistrup, PhD, Senior lecturer Stockholm University
Alli Klapp Lekholm, PhD, Senior lecturer, Education and Special Education, University of Gothenburg
Gary Jones, Dr – independent researcher and consultant
Niklas Wästeby, Senior Lecturer and teacher of Chemistry/Geography in upper secondary school, Nynäshamn
Beth Greville-Giddings, Research Lead and Teaching assistant at Westbury School, Nottingham
Tom Sherrington, Consultant and author
Oliver Caviglioli, Ex-special school head. Visualiser of teaching concepts and processes. HOW2s creator. Napkin sketch and sketchnote enthusiast.
Pedro De Bruyckere, PhD Educational scientist, teacher & researcher
Harry Fletcher Wood, Associate Dean, Institute for Teaching
Kathrin Otrel-Cass, Professor, Faculty of Humanities, Dep.of Learning and Philosophy, Aalborg University
Daisy Christodoulou, Director of Education, No More Marking
Graham Orpwood, Professor Emeritus, Education Department, York University, Toronto
Elisabet Bellander, 
Lead teacher in Math and Natural Science at Universitetsholmens gymnasium, Malmö. Coo-partner in the KaMa action research project

Michael Blaesild, Lead Teacher in Construction work at Byggymnasiet, Malmö. Coo-partner in the KaMa action research project
Pia Almarlind, Test developer Swedish National tests, Umeå University, Sweden
Efrat Furst, PhD, Education Consultant, Bridging (Neuro)Science and Education, USA
Marcus Lithander, PhD Student University of Massachusetts Lowell, USA
Jonas Vlachos, Professor in Economics, Stockholm University




Kevin Bartle

Trust in Education

Megumi Honjo

Active Learning: Curriculum Reforms and teacher Education in Japan.

Marcus Lithander

Facts and Myths in Education

Jonas Vlachos

The difficult task of evaluating performance

Pia Almarlind

The national science tests - The transformation process from paper and pencil approach to a digital approach

Graham Orpwood

An e-assessment/e-learning project to improve mathematics skills

Tom Sherrington

From Research to Practice: Changing habits

Efrat Furst

Retrieval Practice: the roads between research and application

Elisabet Bellander

Voices about mathematics in pre-vocational education: Two subject areas’ relationships to each other

Michael Blaesild

Voices about mathematics in pre-vocational education: Two subject areas’ relationships to each other

Lisa Björklund Boistrup

Voices about mathematics in pre-vocational education: Two subject areas’ relationships to each other

Kathrin Otrel-Cass

The moral obligations when using video in educational research

Alli Klapp Lekholm

How does grading affect students´ learning?

Gary Jones

Leading the research and evidence-informed school

Harry Fletcher-Wood

Why does good professional development still fail?

Pedro De Bruyckere

Basic Ingredients for Great Teaching

Niklas Wästeby

The role of senior lecturers in Swedish schools

Andrew Doyle

Agendas, Influences, and Capability: Perspectives on Practice in Design and Technology Education

Anette Jahnke

2 sessions

Jeffrey Buckley

Spatial Ability and Fluid Intelligence

Oliver Caviglioli

Dual Coding for Teachers

Lena Adamson

The Institute for Education Educational Research - Research-Based Teaching and Learning

Alex Quigley

How can we use research evidence to improve our schools?

Daisy Christodoulou

Reliable assessment of open tasks: why is it so hard?

Niall Seery, Donal Canty

Comparative Judgment: A catalyst for Effective Peer Evaluation

Donal Canty

Multiple perspectives and applications for the use of Comparative Judgment

Beth Greville-Giddings

Journal Club (with biscuits)

Eva Hartell

Formative assessment and comparative judgement

Per Kornhall

The next step in school development - networked teaching development.

Carl Hendrick

Six Things Every Teacher Needs to Know

Tom Bennett

Two sessions
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March 10
9:30 am - 5:00 pm
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Fredrika Bremergymnasiet
Dalarövägen 64, Handen
Haninge, 136 46 Sweden
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