Westminster Education Forum

Next steps for evidence-informed teaching in England - CPD, using data and evidence, and the Chartered College of Teaching

Morning, Thursday, 1st March 2018

Central London

THIS EVENT IS CPD CERTIFIED



This seminar will discuss key issues for the teaching profession, following the establishment of the Chartered College of Teaching, including the use of data and evidence in the classroom and the future for Continuing Professional Development (CPD).


Delegates will consider priorities for the Chartered College of Teaching enabling discussion around how access to high quality CPD can be widened and how the College can utilise the expertise in the education sector and collaborate more widely to ensure accountability.


Further sessions will assess steps that can be taken to develop a more evidence-informed teaching profession, discussing how teacher engagement with academic research can be increased and what can be done to provide teachers with sufficient time and resources for engagement with both data and research.



Guests of Honour

Dame Alison Peacock

Chief Executive, Chartered College of Teaching

Elin Jones

Deputy Director, Teaching and Leadership, Department for Education

Guests of Honour

Dame Alison Peacock

Chief Executive, Chartered College of Teaching

Elin Jones

Deputy Director, Teaching and Leadership, Department for Education

Speakers

Professor Andy Goodwyn

Head of the School of Education and English Language, University of Bedfordshire

Joshua Perry

Director, Assembly

Alison Ryan

Senior Policy Advisor, ATL

Dr Lauren Bellaera

Director for Monitoring and Evaluation, The Brilliant Club