Laura George

Presentation Title:
Top ideas for EdTech in Blended Learning
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About the use of technology to enhance education beyond the classroom to enhance learning. Looking at pitfalls, success and how to implement in schools with limited budgets and resources.

Suited for: All educators.

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Al Kinglsey

Presentation Title:
School Digital Strategy
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With the disruption to education, and an uncertain educational future ahead, it’s more crucial than ever that all school stakeholders can come together effectively to create a digital strategy that incorporates how edtech can be used effectively in-school and remotely.

Suited for: All educators.

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Andy Griffith

Presentation Title:
How to get more Social Justice through education
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Practical strategies for school leaders and teachers to enable more social justice through education.

Suited for: All educators.

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Xenia Giannaki

Presentation Title:
Personal lessons derived from remote education
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The skills we develop making us more efficient in our role both as students and teachers.

Suited for: All educators.

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Suzi Bewell

Presentation Title:
Passport to the world: Decolonising the curriculum in MFL
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Offer your pupils a virtual passport out of lockdown and dare to explore the wider French, Spanish and German speaking world. When teachers and learners explore the beautifully diverse world around them, rich cultural conversations can’t help but happen. Allow Suzi to reignite your passion, globalise your curriculum and transform your existing SoW.

Suited for: All educators.

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Rafik El Amine Ghobrini

Presentation Title:
The ultimate Humor Equation to Augmenting Students’ Engagenemt in Class at all levels
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Of late, it is becoming challenging, at times, to get students fully engaged in the teaching-learning process be it face-to-face, or online. This simple technique will enable teachers, educators, and practitioners to easily use an equation combining three main elements namely humor, student, and the lesson’s content to capture students’ attention and thus redirect his/her focus on the lesson.

Suited for: All educators.

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James Massey

Presentation Title:
How technology is transforming subject leadership
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As the role of subject leader becomes more complex, how can we turn towards technology to help manage expectations.

Suited for: School leaders and primary educators.

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Gulshan Kayembe

Presentation Title:
Cultural Capital….Whose Cultural Capital?
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What does it mean for schools to deliver Cultural Capital? This needs to be deconstructed to enable educators to think more deeply about what Cultural Capital actually means and what it stands for. The ultimate question is whose Cultural Capital are we talking about? Is it the Stormzy versus Mozart choice that we are making? Or is it more profound than simply a choice between modern and classical? popular culture versus tradition and the test of time? And where does a drive for a Govian model of Cultural Capital leave class, race, gender equality?

Suited for: All educators.

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Sue Allingham (Dr)

Presentation Title:
Early Childhood Education – Lost in Translation
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A brief reflection on Early Childhood Education today.

Suited for: All educators.

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Dan Edwards

Presentation Title:
Repositioning the doughnuts
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Exploring and developing sustainable well-being in schools.

Suited for: School leaders.

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Andy McNeilly

Presentation Title:
Building Relationships with Students
Details:
This talk will focus on the importance of creating and building connected relationships with school children to help build their resilience and independence while taking care of their academic outcomes. Although the practical ideas presented in this talk may seem simple and obvious, they are not simplistic. We all know the importance of building relationships with others; however, this is an opportunity to serve as a reminder of how to connect with our students. This talk will contain simple, practical, down-to-earth ways for educators to connect with students.

Suited for: All educators.

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Adam Bushnell

Presentation Title:
Writing a Myth with Children in 20 minutes
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I will demonstrate how to write a myth for KS1 children using a narrative structure and how to add descriptive detail.

Suited for: Primary educators.

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Abed Ahmed

Presentation Title:
How to support young people and teachers who stammer
Details:
Upto 8% of children will stammer at some point in their lives. Unfortunately, this will stay as a lifelong condition for 1%. People who Stammer are more likely to suffer from adverse mental health issues. My work is not for the 1% of people who Stammer but for the 99% of you that don’t. You can make reasonable adjustments in your teaching that can make a huge difference to these kids.

Suited for: All educators.

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Lena Carter

Presentation Title:
Authentic leadership or how to be a Professional Human
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I will talk about how we find the balance, as educators and leaders, of being both professional and human. I will also explore how taking time to reflect on our motivations is essential, so that we can ensure that we are acting with integrity and from a place of values.

Suited for: All educators.

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Richard Holme

Presentation Title:
Effective teaching – avoiding the perils of seductive detail
Details:
As teachers we want to make our delivery interesting and memorable. So we add anecdotes, interesting images or jokes. But research suggests that the inclusion of unrelated ‘seductive details’ can inhibit learning. This is even more relevant now, with the increase in online learning. The presentation will introduce the concept and tell you what you can do about avoiding this in your teaching.

Suited for: All educators.

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