Conferences

6th October 1995 at 01:00
OCTOBER 14. DRAMA IN THE ENGLISH CLASSROOM: A VIRTUAL FUTURE

Organised for primary and secondary teachers by London Association for the Teaching of English at South Camden Community School, Charrington Street, London NW1. Key speaker: Jonothan Neelands, Warwick University. Workshops include: drama and media education, active approaches to pre-20th-century poetry, and drama and non-literary texts. Fee: Pounds 15, Pounds 10 members. Free creche available. Details: David Boyle, 0181 314 1845.

OCTOBER 14

PARENTING THE AFRICAN-CARIBBEAN CHILD

Organised for parents and young people by the Lydiard Group at Rush Croft School, London E4. Workshops include: black youth culture; communicating with our children; and love, discipline and responsibility. Fee: Pounds 5, Pounds 2 students, Pounds 1 under-fives. Cr che available. Details: Rita Joseph, 0181 503 4287.

OCTOBER 19

MUSIC THERAPY

Organised by Surrey and Hampshire county councils at Glyn House, Ewell, Surrey. Presentations will be given by music therapists in the fields of health, social services, education and private practice. Fee: Pounds 30. Details: 01420 22067.

OCTOBER 21

POLICY AND PRACTICE IN TEACHER EDUCATION: TENSIONS IN RESEARCH

Organised by Teacher Education Study Group (part of the Society for Research into Higher Education) at Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1. Speakers include: Bryan Davies MP, shadow spokesperson for higher education, and Professor Gordon Kirk, principal, Moray House Institute of Education, Heriot Watt University. Fee: Pounds 75, Pounds 65 members. Details: Kerren Simmonds, 01243 865581.

OCTOBER 24

EDUCATION: FINDING THE FUNDING

Organised by Council for Educational Advance at South Camden Community School, Charrington Street, London NW1. Fee: Pounds 25, Pounds 15. Details: Marian Darke, 0181 949 26l77.

OCTOBER 26

TOWARDS COHERENCE:QUALIFICATIONS POST-16

Organised by Careers Research and Advisory Centre at London Olympia Hilton, London W14, to discuss strategies for developing the workforce of the future through education and training. Speakers include: Richard Guy, Manchester Training and Enterprise Council, Louise Kidd, principal, Rutland College, and Rob Wye, Department for Education and Employment. Fee: Pounds 188. Details: 01223 460277.

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