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Third Space: Connecting education research and practice

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Manchester Metropolitan University

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Brooks Building, 53 Bonsall Street

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The Chartered College of Teaching’s series of ‘Third Space’ events has been developed to provide a forum, connecting the classroom and research community, facilitating open discussion and collaboration across the education sector. These events will be held three times a year and are designed to reflect on the key themes of each term’s issue of Impact – the journal of the Chartered College of Teaching.

In this, the first Third Space event, we are bringing together teachers and researchers to discuss effective approaches to connecting research and practice in education.

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Engaging with evidence is increasingly a central part of teachers’ and schools’ approach to improving classroom practice. However, how we can connect research and practice in a meaningful way? How do we increase teachers’ skills and confidence in using evidence critically and judiciously to inform the decisions they make in their own contexts? What is the role of researchers in ensuring the research they produce is relevant and has impact on students’ learning?

On Saturday 15th July, we will address these questions and more as we open up the world of education research and its relevance to classroom practice to all those who are looking to continually achieve excellence for their learners.

This one-day event comprises keynote presentations, breakout groups to review case studies and further interrogate research themes, structured discussions over refreshments and interactive sessions. The event will also include roundtable discussions led by #UKEdResChat founder Karen Wespieser and former hosts, as well as a lively debate about whether teachers should be researchers, led by #debatED founder Daryn Simon.

Teachers, researchers and policymakers from across the education sector are warmly encouraged to attend to share their experiences and identify ways to work together effectively. Opening up discussion and debate will be a central part of the event and we will be recommending hotel and restaurant options for those travelling up the night before to enable delegates to connect.

Our thanks to Manchester Metropolitan University for kindly hosting this event and #UKEdResChat for their support.


Attendance fees

  • Tickets for all Chartered College members (including Founding Members and Professional Affiliates) cost £25
  • The booking fee for non-members is £75.

Ticket prices include all refreshments and access to materials.
For more information, please email events@chartered.college

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