Welcome to researchED Durham! This event will take place at the beautiful Durham School.
Come and join us to learn, share, question, and expose yourself to the latest and the best in what we know works, doesn’t work, might work, and when! We explore what evidence tells us, and what it cannot. We’ll be looking at theory, implementation, and how practitioners can make sense of it all.
We’ll be running different evidence themes across the day so you can identify what topics are important to you and then pick sessions that help your professional learning. There will be many exciting, informed and passionate speakers who will gladly share their experiences to help you.
And we have some incredible speakers who will share with you superb evidence-informed ideas. More still to be announced, so please return to this page to find out when they sign up.
We look forward to seeing you there
Kieran and Tom
Professor Rob Coe, Durham University
Professor Joe Elliott,
Professor Stephen Gorard
Josse Tishauser2018-09-06 09:45:162018-09-11 14:33:07Joe Elliott
The expert teacher: preventing and managing problem behaviour in school.
Josse Tishauser2018-09-04 11:05:402018-09-04 11:37:12Stephen Gorard
The North South divide and other damaging myths in education
nils2018-08-16 16:39:052018-09-17 11:13:20John Walker
Principles of phonic instruction: research-based strategies that all teachers should know
nils2018-08-15 17:34:102018-09-20 14:03:06Richard Selfridge
Assessment 101 – Ten things everyone should know about assessing children
Event Coordinator2018-02-14 15:30:472018-09-17 10:24:40Gary Jones
What's the role of research evidence in evidence-informed practice
Event Coordinator2017-08-29 10:22:232018-09-11 14:37:23Kris Boulton
The best way to teach in the world? The evidence for Direct Instruction.
Josse Tishauser2016-11-29 14:02:282018-11-08 12:42:29Crispin Weston
Our chaotic and incoherent curriculum theory