Date: Tuesday, March 6th, 2018
Venue: University of Cumbria, Lancaster campus, Alexandra Building 209

This seminar recasts evidence-informed teaching as a wicked issue and explores the opportunities and challenges facing the profession in the light of the Carter Review (2015) and the 2016 White Paper for Education, ?Educational excellence everywhere?.

Keynote address: Critical Publishing and TEAN are very pleased to welcome Dr Val Poultney, Institute of Education, University of Derby, to lead this.

Why it is a good idea to talk about this: The drive for evidence-informed teaching has remained strong over the past 20 years yet the teaching community remains reluctant to use evidence to inform their professional decision-making. Is this because evidence-based practice does not work in education, or because we do not have the right model, or because the profession lacks the capacity to engage with this approach?

This event is relevant to teachers (all age phases), ITE students, teacher educators and colleagues involved in teacher education.

You can join the day in person or by way of a Skype link.

For further information about the day visit https://cumbria.onlinesurveys.ac.uk/lets-talk-about-evidence-based-teaching

The Teacher Education Advancement Network (TEAN) is a collaborative initiative, mutually beneficial to teacher education providers and associated organisations across the four countries of the UK.

Critical Publishing are an award winning, independent publisher producing up-to-date resources which help students and practitioners in education and social work survive and thrive.

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