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8-9 September 2016
The second of three Cambridge Schools Conferences planned for 2016 was hosted by Homerton College, Cambridge, UK on 8–9 September 2016. Delegates were encouraged to explore and discuss the theme of ‘Leading learning’ – a topic which is fundamental to the work of all educators. 207 Teachers, Exam Officers and School Leaders attended from over 40 countries and took the opportunity to meet with delegates from other countries around the world.
They heard keynote speeches from Matthew Syed, columnist for The Times and acclaimed author and Professor Deborah Eyre, a global educational leader, researcher and writer. We were also pleased to welcome David Mansfield as our third keynote speaker. David has been a long-tern collaborator with Cambridge Assessment International Education supporting Cambridge schools to improve their delivery.
Delegates also experienced a new format for the event, the ‘Big Ideas’ keynote hosted three twenty minute keynotes from David Weston, Nicola Morgan and James de Winter, after which a discussion with the audience unfolded.
View videos, presentation slides and photos from the Cambridge Schools Conference.
VIDEO: Highlights from our Cambridge Schools Conference 2016 in Cambridge, UK
High Performance Learning: How to become a World Class School
Professor Deborah Eyre
The Shape of High Performance
Leading a Learning School
The research-engaged teacher: empowerment from the ground up
James de Winter
Teenage Brains in Your Classrooms
Breaking the language barrier
Cambridge Global Perspectives - an overview
Creating a sustainable and relevant professional development programme
Esther Chesterman & Jonathan Ellams
Creativity in your classroom
Developing your school with Cambridge
Dr Tristian Stobie
Effective questioning and feedback
Helping schools improve - Cambridge Standards for School Evaluation
Leading learning in Cambridge schools - developing metacognition in students
Promoting Cambridge to parents
Ian Harris & Rebecca Ash
Support for Cambridge exams officers
Supporting good progression at Cambridge Primary and Secondary 1
The inclusive classroom
Teaching with mobile technologies