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Education CPD Events in February 2018

  • MA Education

    Nursery World Show

    Two-day programme of 20 hour-long professional seminars and two half-day expert-led masterclasses on early years and childcare practice.

  • Ascentis

    Creating a Dyslexia Friendly Classroom

    This training will explore the strengths and difficulties of a Dyslexic profile and investigate effective strategies to employ within the classroom for learners with Dyslexia. Training is suitable for SENCo’s; HLTA’s; Head Teachers and Deputy Head Teachers.

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • The Diana Award

    Anti-Bullying Ambassadors Training for Staff and Students

    Through Anti-Bullying Ambassadors training; The Diana Award equips young people; staff and parents to effectively tackle bullying in their schools; communities and online. This peer-to-peer training empowers attendees with the knowledge; skills and confidence to reduce bullying; and is often highlighted by Ofsted as best practice in whole-school approaches to anti-bullying.

  • Ascentis

    Creating a Dyslexia Friendly Classroom

    This training will explore the strengths and difficulties of a Dyslexic profile and investigate effective strategies to employ within the classroom for learners with Dyslexia. Training is suitable for SENCo’s; HLTA’s; Head Teachers and Deputy Head Teachers.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Academic Freedom and the New Populism

    A new ‘populism’ is evident in a variety of countries. Experts and expertise are attacked as standing in the way of the popular will. Universities are under new pressures from populist politicians. How should these pressures be resisted?

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Working with bereaved teenagers

    Understand more about teenage responses to grief to help you communicate with them and provide appropriate support.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Working with bereaved teenagers

    Understand more about teenage responses to grief to help you communicate with them and provide appropriate support.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    At the Limits of Urban Theory: racial banishment in the contemporary city

    In cities around the world especially in the United States; processes of socio-spatial restructuring continue to unfold. Often understood as neoliberal urbanism and often identified through concepts such as gentrification; these processes entail the displacement of subaltern classes to the far edges of urban life. In this talk Ananya Roy argues that it is necessary to analyse such transformations through a theorisation of racial capitalism.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Bridging the Gap: social mobility; university and access to careers

    In public policy; university has often been seen as a one-stop shop for social mobility. Recent research; though; shows that a student’s background before entering university affects their destination once they graduate. Students from ‘disadvantaged’ backgrounds earn less and have less access to the ‘traditional’ professions than their peers from a more advantaged background; even controlling for degree outcome.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Education and the Giant of Ignorance

    Ignorance; though one of the Giants; was barely mentioned in the Beveridge Report; but addressed by the 1944 Education Act and 1963 Robbins Report. This panel identifies gaps that have emerged and ways to fill them; focussing particularly on equality of opportunity.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    Is Higher Education Good for You?

    There is increasing evidence from the UK and the US to show that higher education is associated with less happiness and more inequality. In light of this; Professor of Behavioural Science at LSE Paul Dolan argues that the government should reduce funding to higher education and prioritise early years education instead. Former Minister for Universities David Willetts stands up for the value of a university degree.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Creative ways of working with bereaved children

    Explore creative ways of helping children express themselves and communicate when someone important in their life is dying or has died.

  • Child Bereavement UK

    Creative ways of working with bereaved children

    Explore creative ways of helping children express themselves and communicate when someone important in their life is dying or has died.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    A Beveridge Plan for an Unruly School? William Beveridge and LSE

    There have been many famous Directors of LSE; from Halford Mackinder to Ralph Dahrendorf. But none can lay claim to such fame as LSE’s fourth Director; William Beveridge – generally regarded as the main architect of the Welfare State and the energetic visionary who oversaw a major expansion of LSE from 1919-1937.

  • Salford Professional Development

    The Academies Event 2018: The future of state schooling

    Join us for The Academies Event 2018 for unique insights into the major developments in the education sector and what the future holds for schools and academies as they plan for the future and strive to deliver a fair and consistent education for all pupils.

  • Ascentis

    Creating a Dyslexia Friendly Classroom

    This training will explore the strengths and difficulties of a Dyslexic profile and investigate effective strategies to employ within the classroom for learners with Dyslexia. Training is suitable for SENCo’s; HLTA’s; Head Teachers and Deputy Head Teachers.

  • The London School of Economics and Political Science

    School Autonomy; School Choice and the Quality of Education: evidence from England

    This inaugural lecture by Olmo Silva will discuss the conceptual framework which underpins the idea that autonomy and choice can deliver improvements in education standards and will look at some of the most recent empirical evidence.

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