GL Assessment are pleased to support this event - Using research in the classroom for lasting impact.
Impact Wales are delighted to announce a brand new professional learning event for practitioners in Wales that brings together researchers, expert speakers and leaders in education with the people actually using their strategies in the classroom. We will be hearing from experts on the most effective learning strategies from cognitive science and education research as well as practitioners who are using these strategies in their classrooms. This event will discuss the pitfalls and successes of the theories and how to make them work in your school.
This conference has been awarded the Quality Mark for excellence by Agored Cymru. CPD certificates will be awarded to all delegates by Agored Cymru.
Lucy Crehan - Author of 'Cleverlands - The secrets behind the success of the world's education superpowers'. Lucy is a qualified teacher, education explorer and international education consultant. Since launching her book she has been very much in demand around the world, speaking at high profile events such as ResearchEd New York and advising UK and foreign governments on educational reform.
David Weston - CEO of the Teacher Development Trust. A former maths and physics teacher with nine years experience, David founded the Trust in 2012. He writes and speaks widely in media and at conferences and advises ministers and policy makers around professional development.
Dr Carolina Kuepper-Tetzel - A researcher and lecturer from Dundee University whose research covers investigating learning and memory phenoma that allow successful learning strategies and enhance long-term retention. Carolina is a member of the Learning Scientists an international speaker and has an ultimate goal of engaging and deepening the learning of as many students as possible.
This is a not-for-profit event, so costs for delegates will be kept as low as possible. They are hoping to be able to offer tickets for £120 per delegate, but a final cost will be updated in the New Year.
Please be aware there are limited spaces for this event in order to provide an exclusive, high impact forum for discussion and feedback from the experts.