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Brownhills Teach Meet

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We have sourced some of the freshest ideas from leading educators to host a series of CPD sessions starting with a keynote opening session from Ross Morrison McGill (Teacher Tookit) through to mini CPD sessions from school practitioners. If you have an interest in teaching and learning, planning whole school CPD, developing leadership and management or need some new and refreshing ideas then this Teach Meet is for you. Confirmed key notes speakers include Ross Morrison McGill, Mark Burns (Teaching Backwards) and Mrs Humanities (UK Odeon Blog of the Year Finalist 2017)

Ross Morrison McGill is @TeacherToolkit He is the most followed educator on Twitter in the UK and founder of one of the most popular education websites in the U.K. He is an award-winning blogger, author and teacher with over 20 years teaching and school leadership experience in some the most challenging schools in England. In December 2015, he was nominated for The Sunday Times ‘500 Most Influential People in Britain 2015'and remains the only classroom teacher to have featured to this day.

Mark Burns taught for twelve years full time. His subsequent work over the last nine years has seen him work intensively with literally thousands of teachers using video analysis to improve the quality of teaching and learning in their classrooms. He has contributed to the improved performance of schools and colleges nationally. His programme is now running in more than 80 schools and colleges nationwide each year. He has co-written two best-selling books; Engaging Learners has sold more than 30,000 worldwide and has been translated into several other languages. The follow-up Teaching Backwards was released November 2014 and includes a foreword by Professor John Hattie, University of Melbourne. His training with schools has been twice shortlisted for the TES Awards.

Mrs Humanities Odeon 2017 blog of the year finalist (https://mrshumanities.com/). Victoria passed NQT induction in summer 2013 and in April 2014 she became the Head of Humanities at a free school in the South East of England. Victoria moved schools in September 2016 to become Head of Geography and Environmental Studies. In 2017 she was nominated for a UK blog award in the education category. In addition she was also nominated for Kent Teacher of the Year 2017 awarded by KM Charity; whilst she was not a named winner her contributions to the education world were Highly Commended.

Interested in presenting? We are looking for teachers across the region to host a workshop for 3 - 5 minute during the event so log on sign up, share your ideas and knowledge with others! Free brunch and goodie bag and educational stalls.

Keynote Speaker 10.40 am - 11.25 am Ross Morrison McGill will share a key development idea from his recent book Mark Plan Teach,and discuss the evidence and psychology behind it.

Timings and focus of other key note speakers to follow shortly.


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