James Massey

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

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Suited for: School leaders and primary educators.

Presentation time: 6.09 pm

Bill Jerman

Presentation Title:
Reviewing and evaluating your school’s vision and strategies for disadvantaged learners
Details:
Providing teachers, leaders and governors with a model to support in reviewing and evaluating their schools vision, provision and strategies for disadvantaged learners.

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Suited for: All educators.

Presentation time: 5.49 pm

Dorian Love

Presentation Title:
Gamification in the teaching of coding & robotics
Details:
Treating gamification as narrative rather than Points, Badges & leaderboards in Computer Education.

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Suited for: Secondary educators.

Presentation time: 5.37 pm

Caroline Allams

Presentation Title:
How ‘experiential learning’ and metacognition in the context of digital literacy, can impact pupils online safety and wellbeing
Details:
This talk highlights • offering pupils the chance to engage in meaningful learning • how experiential learning impacts outcome • the importance of application of knowledge • valuing creativity in the process of learning.

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Suited for: All educators.

Presentation time: 5.25 pm

David Sherratt

Presentation Title:
How to teach coding with Rubik’s Cubes: exploring the PRIMM model in Computer Science
Details:
I will introduce two models of learning, one being the PRIMM model that is currently popular among computer science teachers, and one created by Charles Owen in the 1990s that describes learning for “design”, and relates to it many subjects. I will discuss the possibility of Owen’s model simulating PRIMM, and the applications PRIMM may have outside of the computing classroom.

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Suited for: Secondary, further and higher ed educators.

Presentation time: 5.17 pm

Emma Fay

Presentation Title:
Beginning your journey to LGBT+ inclusion, including in faith schools
Details:
I’ll be sharing starter steps for meaningful LGBT+ inclusion, making sure to bring your school community along with you. At Just Like Us, we recommend a pupil-informed approach and specialise in harnessing student voice, in addition to other essential steps, such as creating LGBT+ inclusive structures, systems and culture. I’ll be specifically addressing starting LGBT+ inclusion in a school with a religious character.

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Suited for: All educators.

Presentation time: 4.58 pm

Sonja Fedrizzi

Presentation Title:
Blended learning is here to stay!
Details:
The pandemic opened up a wealth of new tools and rapidly accelerated their adoption into traditional teaching. In this contribution, I will share the edtech toolbox I will keep beyond Covid-19. These consist of free, easy-to-use and no-fuss websites and apps that have proven to improve students’ engagement and intrinsic motivation. I will share concrete examples as to how digital tools can help build camaraderie and positive relationships in both a socially distanced and remote class setting. Lastly, I will present how video recordings of class content eased my workload and how a combination of online and offline work in a station rotation lesson can support teachers to give frequent, detailed and individual feedback to their students.

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Suited for: All educators.

Presentation time: 4.39 pm

Gulshan Kayembe

Presentation Title:
Cultural Capital….Whose Cultural Capital?
Details:
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.

Presentation time: 4.18 pm

Andrew ‘Bernie’ Bernard

Presentation Title:
The Ladder: Supporting young peoples’ career ambitions
Details:
The Ladder highlights the importance of developing broader thinking with regard to young people and their future careers. The Ladder shows how linking subjects to future thinking need not be cumbersome and WILL increase students’ awareness of their skills, competences and lead to happier futures..

Suited for: All educators.

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Presentation time: 3.58 pm

Rafik El Amine Ghobrini

Presentation Title:
The Ultimate Humor Equation to Augmenting Students’ Engagement in Class at all levels
Details:
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.

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Suited for: All educators.

Presentation time: 3.55 pm

Tara Walsh

Presentation Title:
Taking Teaching Online
Details:
While the education community is adapting rapidly to the landscape, there’s still a long way to go. Educators now more than ever are hungry for pedagogy-focused professional development to help them motivate and engage students in online teaching environments. This talk will delve into what evidence-based practice educators should be using in online, blended, and flipped classrooms.

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Suited for: All educators.

Presentation time: 3.34 pm

John West-Burnham and Malcolm Groves

Presentation Title:
Placing trust at the heart of school improvement
Details:
Building high-quality relationships – with and between pupils, teachers, parents, and communities – lies at the core of the next stage of school improvement in a post-pandemic world. The talk will use case studies of practice and the evidence of research to explore what this really means and highlight the lessons for leaders and teachers as they seek to build back better.

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Suited for: School Leaders.

Presentation time: 3.11 pm

Kit Rackley

Presentation Title:
Climate Change: A Safeguarding Issue?
Details:
With stigma and barriers in dealing with mental health dropping, the rise of eco-anxiety and the impacts of climate change becoming more tangible, now is the right time to put forward the argument that climate change issues should be considered when it comes to a school’s safeguarding duties. Framing the climate crisis as such will strengthen the argument to your SLT in moving the issue away from tokenism to whole-school agency.

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Suited for: All educators.

Presentation time: 2.52 pm

Rebekah Marangon

Presentation Title:
Top Applications and Programmes for Interactive Teaching and Learning in Higher Education
Details:
The session will provide an overview of some of the programmes that can be used to increase interactivity into both synchronous and asynchronous online learning sessions for Higher Education. The session will look at Creating interactive asynchronous activities: including Formative learning tasks through Genial.ly and Argument Building discussion boards through https://www.kialo-edu.com/, and How to Create Interactive Non-linear presentations and annotated documents through Genial.ly..

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Suited for: Higher-education educators.

Presentation time: 2.31 pm