National Education Conference: Progress through Professionalism
Saturday, 2nd February 2013, from 9.30am – 3.30pm
Stirling Management Centre, University of Stirling
An essential conference for professionals with an interest in Scottish education, including: teachers, teacher educators, policy makers, and leaders from schools and local authorities.
The quality of teaching and learning experiences is known to have the greatest impact on the achievement of our young people. Curriculum for Excellence, the Donaldson Report, new Professional Standards, and other significant national developments … in a changing climate across Scotland’s learning landscape, how can these transformational elements best be developed?
Featuring invigorating debates, stimulating challenges and thought-provoking speakers, this conference will enable up to two hundred delegates to engage deeply, practically and creatively with current thinking, developments and opportunities. Participants can contribute to sharply-focused learning conversations, experience motivating presentations and contributions from key individuals and agencies in Scotland, and choose from a variety of relevant workshops.
The main keynote speaker, Professor Sir Tim Brighouse, will bring lessons from beyond Scotland, particularly from the London Challenge, with an emphasis on CPD and strategies for developing teacher professionalism.
Lunch and refreshments are included.
- If you are a member of ACTS or wish to join, please email firstname.lastname@example.org now and reserve your free place at the conference. This free place is guaranteed, provided you renew your membership of ACTS in advance of the event
- There is an event fee of £15 for delegates who are not members of ACTS. Registration and payment information can be obtained by emailing email@example.com
This conference is organised by the Association of Chartered Teachers Scotland, with the support of our conference sponsors:
The Scottish Government, The General Teaching Council for Scotland, The Educational Institute of Scotland, the Association of Teachers and Lecturers, Voice, The Open University, and the Schools of Education of the University of the West of Scotland, the University of Strathclyde, and the University of Aberdeen.
The conference programme will be issued to delegates on 18th January.
ACTS is a registered charity. Scottish charity number: SC041390