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researchED English and MFL conference

researchED English and MFL Conference 2017

An inspirational one-day conference focused on research into teaching English and MFL.

researchED English and MFL Conference 2017

An inspirational one-day conference focused on research into teaching English and MFL.

researchED and Oxford University Press have teamed up to put together a fantastic day of world-class speakers, challenging discussion and PD for a dedicated, teaching-focused, UK conference on research into the education of English and Modern Foreign Languages.

To book your place, please click on the conference link below.

Saturday 1st April 2017
Examination Schools, 75-81 High Street, Oxford OX1 4BG

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Tom Bennett will be joined by leading figures in English and Modern Foreign Languages education and general educational research to explore questions such as: what does research really say about the best ways to teach? and what children need to learn?

Confirmed Speakers:
Professor Victoria Murphy, University of Oxford
Dianne Murphy, Author of Thinking Reading
James Murphy, Teacher and Writer
Katie Ashford, Deputy Head, Michaela Community School
David Didau, Educational Maverick and Learning Spy
Carl Hendrick, Head of Research, Wellington College
Jacqui O’Hanlon, Director of Education, Royal Shakespeare Company
Ruth Miskin OBE, Founder of Ruth Miskin Training
Elizabeth Nonweiler, Consultant and Trainer, Teach to Read
Martin Robinson, Author of Trivium
Prof. Bas Aarts, Department of English Language and Literature, UCL
Dr Robert Woore, Research Lecturer, Applied Linguistics, University of Oxford
Dr Arlene Holmes-Henderson, Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford
Abigail Parrish, PhD Researcher in Languages in Schools, Department of Education, University of York
Joe Nutt, Education Consultant
Jude Hunton & Chris Peirce, Ashlawn School
Jo Facer, Head of English, Michaela Community School

...more speakers added every day!

Join us at Oxford University's stunning Examinations Schools in central Oxford, for a mixed programme of keynote speakers and smaller sessions covering a range of topical subjects in educational research.

All levels of practitioner are welcome to attend from any phase or setting. Sessions will be on a first-come, first-served basis, so you can build a day that suits your needs and interests best. Full speaker and session details will be available soon.

Conference bookings are made through researchED. For booking queries, please contact researchED directly. ResearchED is a not-for-profit organisation dedicated to providing support for teachers across the world. Their aim is for every event to be cost neutral, allowing them to keep ticket prices low.

researchED 2016 | Maths and Science Conference

Resources from researchED 2016

See the full list of resources from 2016

To help you reflect on last year’s conference and share learning from the day back at school, a number of the sessions at researchED Maths and Science were recorded. The edited 10-15mins videos in our YouTube playlist provide a summary of the key points from the presentations.