Welcome to researchED Ipswich as the celebration of evidence-based thinking in education launches in the East!
Come and join us for an inspiring and insightful day as we take up the researchED baton in the easily accessible and impressive Suffolk One Sixth Form College.
The day aims to raise research literacy amongst those working in schools, bring people together, promote collaboration, increase awareness, promote research and explore what works … and provide invaluable links and motivation to further develop your own teaching and leadership practices in the light of what you learn.
With key themes including teaching and learning, leadership and inclusion there will be something for everyone and plenty of opportunities to meet like-minded colleagues as you engage in a wealth of activity, conversation and discussion.
Alongside passionate teachers and leaders from the region’s schools we’ve a great selection of inspiring speakers sharing their knowledge and expertise.
Already confirmed include:
Dame Estelle Morris,
Ruth Everett – Effective Teaching of Disciplinary Literacy
Eliza Kozman (Behaviour Insights Team) – role models for white working class boys
Sarah Bearman & Ben Rogers – vocabulary and language in science
Helen Winn & Naomi Shenton – embedding Rosenshine
Dan Crittenden – evidence informed approaches in science
Angela Rodda – disseminating and embedding recommendations for metacognition
Caroline Goddard and Lauren Coates – closing the vocabulary gap
Amy Whitehouse – supporting retention in low attaining KS4
Katie Vanderpere- Brown – growing a coaching culture
David Weston (with more to be confirmed)
So, save the date, secure your ticket and get involved!
We can’t wait to welcome you!
The Research Schools of East Anglia