I’m delighted to announce I’ll be speaking at the Teaching, Learning and Assessment Conference taking place at Berkhamsted School on Saturday 16th March.
The event has been organised by Nick Dennis, who has put together a line up of amazing speakers (and me) for the amazingly small sum of £40. It’s also on a Saturday, avoiding all those awkward conversations about the cost of cover for your classes. So you’ve got no good reason that I can see for not signing up right now!
As well as day packed with keynotes from Alistair Smith, Prof Bill Lucas and Dr Bill Rankin, there will be workshops let by some of the best classroom practitioners going, who will be sharing their experiences with you. All that, plus breakfast and lunch for £40.
It’s an early start, so if you’re going to go up the night before (as I will be) there’s also a Teachmeet planned for the Friday night.
My session will build on some of the stuff I’ve been writing about here over the last 18 months under the ‘rebooting my teaching’ tag – the ideas I got from volunteering in one of our feeder primary schools and how I’ve tried to embed some of those in the secondary classroom. I’ll be covering links to Project Based Learning, use of digital tools and I’ll share some concrete examples of both projects that worked, and some that didn’t.
There’s also so many workshops I want to go to, I suspect I shall get a headache just trying to choose!
Click here to sign up and I’ll see you there!