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Early Career Teacher conference
October 27, 2018 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Following the success of its 2017 event, the Chartered College of Teaching is proud to be hosting another Early Career Teacher conference, this time in Manchester.
All student teacher members of the Chartered College can attend this conference for free but registration is essential. NQTs, members and non-members are also welcome. This conference brings together a variety of speakers to explore a range of topics that will be crucial for all Early Career Teachers.
We will be hosting a wide variety of keynote talks and workshops, led by teaching professionals with many years of wisdom and experience. Through our packed programme, you will be sure to take home invaluable strategies that you can implement during the early stages of your career and beyond.
The conference also hosts an exhibition alongside the programme featuring lots of useful resources to support you in these first few years of your teaching career.
Confirmed speakers include:
Teaching without limits
Professor Dame Alison Peacock, Chief Executive, Chartered College of Teaching
Those who can…teach
Amjad Ali, Assistant Headteacher, Aureus School
Putting evidence at the heart of your teaching
Stuart Kime, Director of Education, Evidence Based Education
Ready.. Steady.. Teach!
Melissa Blane MCCT, History Teacher, Clitheroe Royal Grammar School
Assessment and feedback
Clare Sealy MCCT, Headteacher, St Matthias School
Using technology in the classroom
Jamie Chadwick, Director of Technology Enhanced Learning
What all new teachers need to know about SEND
Joy O’Neill FCCT, Teacher, Writer and Researcher
Literacy for EAL students
Mike Conaghan, Engage Partnerships
Practical strategies to support workload
Michael Green, Head of Strategic Partnerships Education, University of Greenwich
Surviving and thriving – how to make the best use of your time
Amy Bates, Training Manager, Institute for Teaching, and Kristy Young, Tutor, Institute for Teaching
Register today so you can connect with other Early Career Teachers and develop your professional network.