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BERA Conference 14-17 September 2005
University of Glamorgan

Teacher Research and Student Research Papers included:



Sarah's Mirandanet fellowship application

(accepted on July 22 2005)


Teacher Research at the NCSL

Hot Seat discussion about the National College for School Leadership funded action research project by Sarah Fletcher and Emma Kirby:

Mentoring for Leadership You can join the discussion about this paper right now with Sarah Fletcher at Talk2Learn in the Innovations Unit at



National Teacher Research Conference 2006 -
Effective Professional Learning: Research
and Evidence Informed Practice

At the NEC Birmingham on 14 March 2006...  
hundreds of classroom teachers and school leaders will meet together to learn from the very best of teacher engagement in and with research, accompanied by colleagues who provide support in HEIs and LEAs.
The conference will facilitate a day of learning from research and
evidence, space and time for professional dialogue and a 'big picture'
look at how many different kinds of enquiry and research are informing teaching and learning.
This follow up conference to the highly successful event in 2004 is
being mounted by the National Teacher Research Panel and supported by the DfES, the GTC, the NCSL and the Innovation Unit.
If you are interested in presenting a workshop at this event please log
on to www.livegroup.co.uk/ntrp <http://www.livegroup.co.uk/ntrp>  to
register your details. Writing and presentation support will be offered
to all presenters and supply cover will be available for those
presenting who are serving classroom teachers!
If you have any queries please contact the National Teacher Research
Panel Conference helpline on 020 8481 3319 or e-mail
ntrp@livegroup.co.uk <mailto:ntrp@livegroup.co.uk>


Becta's annual research conference:
Towards an ICT research agenda

PowerPoint presentation for Becta's Research Conference by Sarah Fletcher and John Hewitt; Creating websites for teachers

Friday, 10 June 2005 National Motorcycle Museum
Solihull, West Midlands.

A day of presentations and workshops to share knowledge and shape future ICT policy and research

Issues covered six general themes:

*        Development and research
*        Learning and teaching
*        Institutional development
*        Content
*        Infrastructure
*        Personalisation



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