Veteran educator Sir Tim Brighouse will be opening up this year’s TMOxford with his words of encouragement and wisdom. Keynote speakers to follow are:
- Natalie Scott (@NatalieHScott) of WomenED, who will be discussing assessment, marking, homework and book work.
- Literacy advisor and international speaker Jaz Ampaw-Farr (@jazampawfar), who will be sharing tips for the enhancement of literacy and numeracy skills
- Marc Rowland (@NatEDtrust_Marc), whose session will be looking at supporting the progress of vulnerable, PP and SEND students.
- Isabella Wallace (@WallaceIsabella), 'Pimp Your Lesson!' author and ‘Poundland Pedagogy’ creator, presenting a keynote entitled ‘Agile Teaching practice – classroom approaches’.
Principal and author Vic Goddard (@VicGoddard) will be closing the TeachMeet with his passion, enthusiasm and experience. The free-of-charge event will take place from 16:00 - 19:30, starting with an hour of refreshments. As part of the festive spirit, attendees will be treated to mince pies, mulled wine, a choir and “an all-round wintery feeling courtesy” of 4Matrix and London Leadership Strategy.
“TeachMeet Oxford is a really special event; a place for educators in all sectors to come together to share ideas and strategies which work in their settings for their students,” said Amjad, who is also the founder of online teaching toolkit trythisteaching.com. “The role of the participant is to refine and shape these ideas into their own practice, in a peer-to-peer sharing platform packed full of teaching and learning ideas - all for free!”