This MirandaNet iCatalyst workshop provides an opportunity for teachers, leaders, researchers and company associates to work together on professional development strategies to implement innovation in teaching and learning and improve achievement.
In the morning teachers who have already worked as co-researchers will discuss their findings from recent MirandaNet research reports that show how education products have raised attainment and achievement in their schools, enhanced professional development programmes and provided evidence for OfSTED and Pupil Premium.
In the afternoon delegates will break into groups to plan action research projects that will provide practitioners with new ideas for innovating in the classroom. Working with developers and researchers, educators will also be able to influence educational product design in order to meet their needs in the classroom.
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Participants will receive a MirandaNet/DMU attendance certificate
Conference fee with refreshments and lunch is from 10:30 – 17:00 is £57.90
Hotel accommodation is available for the night of 20th May at a special rate.
Join us for a networking dinner in the evening of 20th May.
A post-workshop supper will be available for anyone staying on after 5pm