Highworth school in Ashford invites you to researchED Kent, a conference designed for all those interested in research-informed practice.
researchED is on a mission to raise research literacy amongst teachers, bring people together, promote collaboration, increase awareness, promote research and explore what works.
On Saturday 1st December, we have an impressive line-up of speakers who will be sharing their knowledge and expertise about how research has scope to support our work in the classroom and across your school.
There will be workshop strands in the following areas (though you’re welcome to pick and choose between any of the 20+ available).
Curriculum; Research in theory; Research in practice; Leadership
Plus subject specific input on the following: English; Maths; Science; MFL; Geography; History
New to researchED Kent, we’ve added a strand of workshops where speakers and delegates can work together developing research-informed ideas and resources to take back to the classroom on Monday. These optional workshops will be an opportunity to bridge the gap between research and practice by working exactly out what this might look like in your classroom.
We are delighted to announce that the following speakers have already confirmed – more will be added over the next few weeks.
|Diane and James Murphy||@HoratioSpeaks|
|David Weston||Teacher Development Trust @informed_edu|
|Shaun Allison||Durrington High School @shaun_allison|
|Andy Tharby||Durrington High School @atharby|
|Dan Boorman||Lead Science Teacher – Highworth Grammar School @danboorman|
|Tara McVey||Deputy Head, Towers School and Sixth Form @tara_mcvey|
|Claire Tyson||Research Lead Homewood School and Sixth Form.|
Tickets cost just £26 and include a hot lunch.
The venue is handily located a short walk from away from Ashford Intenational train station, and next to Junction 9 of the M20. There will be parking available though in the interests of environment and spaces we would request you to car share where possible.