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2-3 May 2017
The final Cambridge Schools Conference on the theme ‘Leading Learning’ was held at the Lee Shau Kee Lecture Centre, The University of Hong Kong on 2-3 May 2017. Delegates were encouraged to explore and discuss the conference theme, a topic which is fundamental to the work of all educators. 50 per cent of the delegates who attended were from the East Asia region, taking the opportunity to meet with delegates from other countries around the world.
Delegates heard keynote speeches from Professor Yin Cheong CHENG (EdD, Harvard), Research Chair Professor of Leadership and Change of the Department of Policy and Leadership, the Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK). Nicola Morgan, multi-award-winning author and Dr Mark Winterbottom, senior lecturer at the Faculty of Education, University of Cambridge. We were also pleased to welcome David Mansfield as our final keynote speaker. David has been a long-tern collaborator with Cambridge Assessment International Education supporting Cambridge schools to improve their delivery.
View the presentation slides and photos from the Cambridge Schools Conference.
Leading learning towards the 3rd wave
Professor Yin Cheong CHENG
Inside the teenage brains in your classroom
How to lead learning in the student-centred classroom
Our brains in our hands: helping students control wellbeing, learning and performance
Is it worth doing practical work? Evaluating whether it helps students to learn
Leadership and management for examination success
Cambridge standards for schools evaluation
Dr Gerard Calnin & Lee Davis
Right grade, first time, on time
Developing metacognition in students
Organising professional development for teachers in Cambridge schools
Innovations in one-screen testing and reporting
Oliver Greene and John Murray
Support for Cambridge exams officers
Promoting Cambridge to parents