Excellence in Teaching Conference 2017

Help successful learners achieve excellence across your school

  • Make Excellent teaching a habit in your school

  • Discover innovative ideas and approaches

  • Ensure pupils achieve the results they deserve


Join Osiris Educational as we take the Excellence in Teaching Conference to Scotland for the first time.


Bring your focus to excellence in teaching, with guidance from expert speakers and trainers who have proven track records in improving standards of teaching and learning in schools across the UK.


Come and be a part of over 20,000 teachers who have improved their practice by introducing innovative ideas and approaches, taken from our Teaching conferences.


Benefits of attending:

  • Learn techniques to drive forward standards of teaching and learning in your school
  • Make excellence in teaching a habit for all teachers
  • Discover the power of video analysis and its positive impact
  • Unpick how teachers can give good feedback and how learners can act upon the feedback for maximum impact
  • Ensure that learners think more deeply about their education


Suitable for:

  • Headteachers

  • Deputy and Assistant Heads

  • Teachers

  • Middle Leaders

  • All School Leaders

Sarah Philp

Sarah Philp

Date: 4th Dec 2017

Until recently, Sarah worked as Principal Educational Psychologist at Midlothian Council where she led the development of Visible Learning across Early Years, Primary and Secondary.

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Martin Morgan

Martin Morgan

Date: 4th Dec 2017

Martin's experience in the classroom along with leadership is driven by a desire to motivate learners through a creative curriculum, whilst raising standards. You will leave the day loaded with practical tools and strategies to implement when you return to school.

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Mark Burns

Mark Burns

Date: 4th Dec 2017

Mark Burns is co-author of the best selling book 'Engaging Learners'. He has a proven track record of improving teaching in both primary and secondary schools nationwide. Mark's training combines his insatiable enthusiasm, humour and thought-provoking style with innovative, practical tools for teachers and school leaders.

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Carmel Bones

Carmel Bones

Date: 4th Dec 2017

Carmel Bones is a member of the Historical Association’s National Secondary History Committee. She is currently writing new BBC GCSE History Bitesize content and is a consulting editor for Hodder Educational Dynamic Learning materials. She has just written the Oxford University PressAutumn Term History Newsletter. She has led workshops at Historical Association Conferences and at The Schools History Project Conference in 2015. She is a consultant, GCSE & A’Level examiner, AST and former HOD with 20 years teaching experience. Now a team leader & trainer for the Osiris Educational Outstanding Teaching Intervention she works nationally in secondary schools helping teachers who are leading on teaching and learning.

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Andy Griffith

Andy Griffith

Date: 4th Dec 2017

Andy is a nationally acclaimed, award-winning educational trainer, consultant and writer. He co-developed the Outstanding Teaching Intervention, that has helped numerous schools transform the quality of teaching and learning and helped them achieve Outstanding.

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09:30 - 10:15

Learning and Teaching - the Scottish context

Keynote

 

By TBC

 

10:15 - 11:35

The Key Barriers to Overcome in order to Improve Teaching

Keynote

 
- Based upon intensive works in hundreds of schools, this session will explore the most common barriers that hold back teacher-learning, why they occur and how to overcome them.

By Mark Burns

 

11:50 - 12:35

Choose from the following sessions

Workshop 1

 

Collaborative Planning Using the Teaching Backwards Framework

- Explore the mental model used throughout the Outstanding Teaching Intervention (OTI) programme.

By Andy Griffith

The Power of Video Analysis

- With more than 15,000 lessons filmed, this workshop shows the power of video analysis in transforming teacher habits.

By Carmel Bones

 

13:35 - 14:20

Accountability in Learning and Teaching

Keynote

 

By TBC

 

14:30 - 15:15

Choose from the following sessions

Workshop 2

 

The Curious Teacher – Deepening Questioning and Dialogue

- The most effective teachers are curious about learning, and how they seek to develop high quality dialogue in lessons. - This session will explore how to develop a similar approach.

By Mark Burns

High-quality Feedback

- How we can be better at ensuring students receive, act on and give effective feedback.

By Martin Morgan

 

15:25 - 16:45

How to Design Effective Learning for Teachers

Keynote

 
- Utilising research and case study evidence, Andy will examine how schools can design effective learning for teachers that leads to improved impact in the classroom.

By Andy Griffith

 

16:45 - 17:00

Questions to Keynote Speakers

Keynote

 

By Mark Burns, Andy Griffith, Carmel Bones & Martin Morgan

 

Regular delegate rate

£349 + VAT

Special delegate rate

£299 + VAT

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