North Lincolnshire Council and Huntington Research School are jointly promoting this regional conference which will focus on the use of research evidence in schools.
The day is orientated around developing three key, interrelated themes:
- To develop a wider understanding of the complex interplay between the findings of academic research, its dissemination and the development of ‘impactful’ practice in schools.
- To develop a greater understanding of how to lead the way in the use of evidence-based practice.
- How to share what is known about putting research into practice, and how to support schools and practitioners to make better use of evidence to inform teaching and learning so that they really make a difference in the classroom.
- In both North Lincolnshire and the York region, the development of reading comprehension and the influence of working memory (amongst other cognitive influences) on attainment in reading is a major focus for both school leaders and practitioners (including the clear links with spelling, grammar, vocabulary, writing and maths). This crucial aspect of teaching and learning will be addressed in more detail with particular reference to the most recent, innovative research.
For booking please select your School or Setting and fill in your details. This conference is subsidised by North Lincolnshire LA. £125 per delegate. Schools within the SLA will receive 20% discount. North Lincolnshire Research Network Group will receive 20& discount. If you would like any further information or assistance please e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 01724 298420
- Senior Leaders