Date: Saturday 28 April 2018
Venue: Technology and Innovation Centre at the University of Strathclyde in Glasgow.
As previously advertised, internationally renowned Finnish educationalist Pasi Sahlberg is the main keynote speaker. In addition to what promises to be a highly engaging keynote presentation, there will be extended time for audience conversation and discussion with Pasi on the themes that he raises in relation to education and educational reform.
Also confirmed as speakers are Larry Flanagan, General Secretary and Gayle Gorman, Chief Executive Education Scotland, who will be presenting on and discussing issues related to education governance in a session which will be chaired by EIS President, Nicola Fisher. Questions from the audience will be encouraged.
Anti Racist Education and Professional Learning
Khadija Mohammed, Jenny Kemp, Lesley Walker
Piecing Together the Assessment Jigsaw
Graeme Logan, Scottish Government Learning Directorate
Uncluttered Curriculum Design: BGE (Primary)
Carolyn Davren, Pollokshields Primary School
Rethinking Curriculum Design: Senior Phase
Karen McAlaney, Hillhead High School
Empowering Teachers through the Leadership Framework
Fearghal Kelly, SCEL
Voices from the Classroom
Fiona Graham, Linburn Academy, Matt Hodgman, Smithycroft Secondary School, Gabriella Rodolico, Glasgow Caledonian University, Gillian Wilson, Beckford Primary School
Going to Be… Able to Support Young People’s Mental Health
Carolyn Lochhead, SAMH
Further information on the conference programme can be found here.