Network Annual Conference 2015
The Teacher Development Trust was delighted to host its first Network (formerly known as NTEN) Annual Conference at Highbury Grove School. The event was an exciting day where Network members came together to share resources and to collaborate with other practitioners.
Resources from the event can be found for all members on the Network portal here. Finally, you can read here why Tom Sherrington, headteacher at Highbury Grove School, was delighted to host the first conference at his school.
A big thank you to the all the speakers and sponsors of the day; Oxford University Press, Iris Connect, Praxis- Education and Crownhouse Publishing.
Find out more about the Teacher Development Trust Network here.
Thoughts from the day:
“@TeacherDevTrust Looking forward to sharing back at school -lesson study sounds the way forward – excellent speakers – #NTENConf” – Philip Smith (@PSMBiochem)
“Prof Rob Coe -Just because something’s hard doesn’t mean we shouldn’t do it-time to practise what we preach #grit #cpd #NTENConf @NTENetwork” – Natalie Scott (@nataliehscott)
“Changing culture of teacher learning is prob most powerful thing we can do to enhance children’s learning, but it’s hard! @ProfCoe #NTENConf” – Dan Brinton (@dan_brinton)
“When evaluating CPD, create a counterfactual & don’t change too many things at the same time. Capture a measure post-CPD. @ProfCoe #NTENConf” – Debbie and Mel (@TeacherTweaks )
“You’re not going to raise standards by terrifying teachers” @AlisonMPeacock #NTENConf Jessica Brosnan (@jessmbrosnan)