Come and join us at the launch of the ED:TALK toolkit on June 24th 2019, at 5:30pm in the Pavilion Room.
The evening will see a brief introduction to the Toolkit, reflections from teachers who have contributed to its development and time to discuss the broader role of evidence in schools.
Growing research evidence suggests that the quality of talk and dialogue are important factors contributing to learning.
ED:TALK is a newly-developed practical toolkit that enables teachers to implement research-driven and evidence-based practice around dialogue in their school and to produce evidence around their experience. In particular, the Toolkit offers ideas for teachers teaching primary or secondary students, particularly those in KS2 and KS3, in mathematics or other STEM subjects, English or humanities subjects interested in improving their students’ learning and/or engagement.
The Toolkit draws on extensive research from a number of academics at the Faculty of Education at Cambridge and also on evaluation expertise applied to school contexts. It offers a flexible approach to the implementation and evaluation of an evidence-based project.
The evening will conclude with a light supper.
Places are FREE but please sign up by clicking this link or using the Eventbrite link below.