researchED Scotland is BACK! Come and join us for another day of evidence informed discussion, thought provocation and networking with fellow professionals. Do you want to know more? Come along! Lunch included in ticket price.
Speakers so far…..
KEYNOTE: Prof Paul Kirschner, Professor Emeritus, Open University of the Netherlands, Standing on the shoulders of giants: Five research giants and what they mean in the class
Tom Bennett, Founder, researchED, What does evidence tell us about getting great behaviour in the classroom?
Charlaine Simpson, Senior Education Officer, General Teaching Council for Scotland, Professional values in action
Lena Carter, Principal Teacher for Looked After Children at Argyll and Bute Council, TBC
Dr Sarah McGeown, Senior Lecturer in Developmental Psychology, Moray House School of Education and Sport, University of Edinburgh, Sex differences in education: Exploring children’s gender identity
Prof Walter Humes, Honorary Professor, University of Stirling, What have we learned about educational reform from the experience of Curriculum for Excellence?
Prof Bob Davies, Professor of Religious and Cultural Education, University of Glasgow
Christine Couser, Head teacher, Crieff High School
Stuart Farmer, Education Manager (Scotland), Institute of Physics, Networked Learning Communities – the solution to effective professional learning of teachers?
Jane Minelly, Head Teacher at Bothwell Park High School
Neil McLennan, senior lecturer, University of Aberdeen
Mark Healy, Teacher of Psychology & Secondary DHT, Sleep & Education: The low hanging fruit of well being
Dr Debs Keys
Jamie Thom, English teacher, Host of @TES English teaching podcast
Paul Cochrane, teacher of weans
Dr Lauren Bellaera and Laura Johnstone
Jasmine Miller, Leadership Coach
Robert Macmillan, Modern Studies teacher, Fife
Prof Kate Wall, University of Strathclyde, A pragmatic introduction to practitioner enquiry – bridging pedagogy and methodology
Kenny Primrose, Head of Religion & Philosophy, Robert Gordon’s College
Tim Beattie, Principal Teacher of Learning and Teaching, Harris Academy, TBC
Andrew Bailey, An Inspector Calls, can they see you are research informed?
Alan McCarthy, Deputy Head Teaching and Learning, British School Al Khubairat, Abu Dhabi, Research Lesson Study: does it actually work?
James Murphy, former English teacher, head of English and senior leader in New Zealand and England, Six Kinds of Behaviour Problems and How to Deal With Them.
Dianne Murphy, specialist reading intervention designer, Seven Misconceptions About Teaching Adolescents to Read
Dr Deirdre Torrance, Honorary Fellow of the University of Edinburgh
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