The SET Conference 2019 featured an exciting range of speakers, covering topics relevant to all practitioners.
Download the SET Conference 2019 agenda (pdf).
9.30–9.45: Conference welcome
9.45–10.15: Keynote address
David Russell, CEO of the Education and Training Foundation (ETF).
10.15–11.00: Technical pedagogy panel
Hosted by #UKFEChat, and moderated by Sarah Simons, this session will look at technical pedagogy – what’s different about it? What’s new? And what lessons can we learn that can be used in different settings? Panel members; Stephen Mariadas, Alison Brightwell and Andy Armitage.
11.15–12.15: Breakout sessions
The morning breakout sessions include: English, Digital Technology in Teaching, Mental Health and Wellbeing: Education Support Partnership, Technical Education and Early Careers workshop.
13.15–14.15: Breakout sessions
The afternoon breakout sessions include: SEND, Digital Technology in Teaching, Mental Health and Wellbeing, Different Learning Environments and Early Careers workshop.
14.35–15.00: What I’ve learned – QTLS and ATS and the impact on learner outcomes
Hosted by the Head of QTLS and ATS, Patricia Odell, SET member Joe Withey (QTLS), and Ruksana Patel (ATS).
15.00–15.50: Keynote panel on developing leadership potential through coaching and mentoring
Sally Dicketts, Anshi Singh, Steven Spence, Nafisah Graham-Brown, moderated by Mark Brooks.
15.50–16.20: Using insights from cognitive psychology to enhance teaching practice
David Didau, The Learning Spy Ltd.
16.20–16.30: Conference closing