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Thursday, January 10 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Raising Achievement for All REPEATED (347)

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Ideas to raise attainment from real teachers

Ian Powell, Head of Science , John Ferneley College
Lighting the fire of excitement for Science – for students and teachers – to secure outstanding progress
 
In the current climate of accountability of outcomes at all levels, more and more schools are adopting rigorous systems of teaching, assessment and feedback. More and more these practices are adding additional workload and stress on teachers, and not producing the outcomes that are intended. I want to offer a different approach, one we adopt in the school I work in. Giving autonomy to our leaders and teaching teams, ensuring the wellbeing of staff is top priority, building a culture of excellence amongst our teachers and students, and securing the very best outcomes for the young people in our community. We have successfully reignited a passion for science, you can too.

Nadia Callow-Hussain
Drawing on experiences from her professional and personal life, Nadia shares with us some strategies for raising attainment in ethnic minority students

David Vincent, Head of Physics, Friesland School
"Increasing student motivation and engagement: shifting the focus of teaching from 'pouring knowledge into empty vessels' towards training analytically thinking, questioning citizens. Some techniques to help students realise that we are training them for life, not to pass an exam."


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Rob Butler

ASE Field Officer, ASE
I'm a Chartered Science teacher and Field Officer for the ASE. I'm the secondary lead for two Science Learning Partnerships (Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire regions). I talk about professional recognition for the Science Council. I'm also an ex-special school senior leader and ex-science... Read More →

Speakers
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Nadia Hussain

Nottingham Education Improvement Board
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Ian Powell

Head of Science, John Ferneley College
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David Vincent

Head of Physics, Friesland School

Sponsors
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Association for Science Education

The Association for Science Education (ASE) is a  proud organiser of the Annual Conference; Europe's largest science education event. We welcome members and non-members to a rich programme of CPD and the invaluable opportunity to share ideas and challenges with practitioners from... Read More →


Thursday January 10, 2019 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Muirhead 112