TES masterclasses at the London Festival of Education
To mark the launch of TES Courses, TES is hosting a series of practical masterclasses at this year’s London Festival of Education.
11.00-11.45am "How to be an outstanding teacher”
Workshop session by popular classroom teacher and author Mike Gershon. He’ll give some of the top tips from his courses, plus his upcoming Routledge book. Introduced by Michael Shaw.
If you can’t attend – don’t worry. You can join the online course Outstanding Teaching With Mike Gershon today.
12.00-12.45pm "The best teacher development, ever”
What’s the best advice you’ve received as a teacher? How can professional development become something that’s helpful instead of dull? Discussion chaired by Lord Jim Knight, with David Weston, Helen Fraser, and David Didau.
Lord Knight is leading the creation of our new online courses for teachers, TES Courses.
14.00-14.45 "How to make the Primary Curriculum compelling”
The recent National Curriculum has created new challenges for primary teachers. Our panel of subject specialists answer your questions and offer their guidance. With Dame Alison Peacock, Dom Wyse, Ayshea Craig, Gary Spruce and Michael Shaw.
15.00-16.00 “How to make evidence part of your teaching”
Teachers are growing warier of fads and keener to find out what approaches are supported by proper research. With ResearchEd founder Tom Bennett, plus Margaret Mulholland, Ed Chapman, and Harry Fletcher-Wood.
16.00-16.45 "How to tackle tricky behaviour”
Sue Cowley, author of Getting The Buggers To Behave, is joined by behaviour trainer Paul Dix for the classroom discipline equivalent of Gardener’s Question Time. Chaired by Jon Severs.
Sue Cowley and Paul Dix have both contributed to the TES Professional section of TES Magazine