Character Education: theories, practices, processes 13th November, 2019

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Dorney Lake

Eton College Rowing Centre

off Court Lane

Windsor

SL4 6QP

United Kingdom

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Join us to consider character education from theory through to delivering evidence informed teaching and pastoral techniques.

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Morning session: Learning Attributes

9-9.30 Registration with coffee

9.30-9.35 Welcome by Simon Henderson, Head Master of Eton College

9.35-9.45 Interactive audience session ‘Key questions for the day’

9.45-10 Introduction by Jonnie Noakes, Director of Tony Little Centre and Director of Teaching and Learning and Julia Harrington, Headmistress of Queen Anne's School and CEO of BrainCanDo

10-11 Keynote

Professor Bill Lucas, Mapping Character Education, University of Winchester, Professor of Learning

Professor Patricia Riddell, Is Learning Catching? Contagion in the Classroom, University of Reading, Professor of Applied Neuroscience

11-11.20 Break

11.20-12.20 Panel 1: Teaching Character: Fostering Well-Roundedness, Chaired by Julia Harrington, Headmistress of Queen Anne's School and CEO of BrainCanDo

Dr Kathy Weston, How Resilience Works: A Practical Guide, speaker, author, researcher

Jonnie Noakes, Character Research And Education: What We Found at Eton and Future Directions, Eton College, Director of Tony Little Centre and Director of Teaching and Learning

With Dr Iro Konstantinou, Eton College, Research Associate

12.20-12.50 Pupil panel; Pupils from London Academy of Excellence (LAE) and Eton College on the joint Leadership programme with the Oxford Character Project. introduction by Tom Arbuthnott, Eton College Director of Outreach and Partnership. Facilitated by Jonathan Mace Cheltenham College, Housemaster,

12.50-2.10 Lunch and poster session

Afternoon session: Pro Social Virtues

2.10-3 Keynote

Dr Tom Harrison, Flourishing in the Digital Age, University of Birmingham, Senior Lecturer

3-4.30 Panel 2: School And Community-Wide Approaches, Chaired by Jonnie Noakes, Eton College, Director of Tony Little Centre and Director of Teaching and Learning

Lisa Kerr, The Lifelong Value of Out of Classroom Learning Experiences , Gordonstoun, Principal

Dominic Randolph, From Character to Purpose, Riverdale, Head of school

Peter Hyman, Educating The Whole Child - Head, Heart and Hand, Big Education, Co-Director

Rebecca Tigue, Creating A Whole School Curriculum for Character, University of Birmingham School, Head of School

4.30-5.00 Pupil panel, Queen Anne’s pupils on the new Brain Can Do Student leadership course- how to create and implement an environment of student leadership.

5-5.10 Closing remarks Julia Harrington, Headmistress of Queen Anne's School and CEO of BrainCanDO

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Dorney Lake

Eton College Rowing Centre

off Court Lane

Windsor

SL4 6QP

United Kingdom

View Map

Refund Policy

No Refunds

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