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#EducatEd 2015

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#EducatEd2015 takes place on 3rd July 2015 at Oriel High School, Crawley, West Sussex.

The theme of the conference is:

“The power of collaborative and reflective professional learning”

The conference schedule includes inspiring keynotes from notable presenters; David Weston, Harry Fletcher Wood, Peter Henderson and Phillipa Cordingley alongside thought provoking workshops delivered by IRIS Connect, Go4schools, Mike Fleetham, The Prince’s Teaching Institute, Teacher Development Trust and a selection of current teaching staff from a number of schools sharing what is currently working for them in their classrooms.

The conference is suitable for all, with a range of sessions appropriate for everyone from NQT to senior leader.

Conference aims are:

  • For all delegates to engage in collaborative and reflective professional learning.
  • To inspire delegates to develop their practice appropriate to their context in response to ideas shared by practising teaching staff.
  • To build a professional network that supports delegates to further engage in a developmental professional dialogue.

In the spirit of collaboration this conference is being run on a not for profit basis with tickets costing £60 plus a small booking fee. https://goo.gl/ApypkZ

There is an early bird booking discount saving £10 on the ticket price for those who book before 5th June; use the code EARLYBIRD when booking: http://wp.me/p618e5-4G

For more details or to book please visit: www.educatedcpd.com

For regular updates search the hashtag  #Educated2015 on Twitter or follow @educatedcpd 

Book now by clicking here or the image below

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