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Monday 16 July 2012

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At the Crossroads: new directions in teacher education

Registration in Anselm Hall A light lunch on the lawn Welcome and conference opening by Dr John Moss, Dean of Education, Canterbury Christ Church University

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Mentoring A profession within a profession Keynote Speaker: Professor Kari Smith, Bergen University, Norway

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Inclusion, Equalities and Diversity: Inequalities and social reproduction To what extent do educational institutions contribute to the reproduction of social differences? Anna Ford, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK The colourblind leading the colourblind: narratives of whiteness in initial teacher education Dr Vini Lander, University of Chichester, UK Education: questions about intolerance 21 Prof Joao Angelo Fantini, Federal University of Sao Carlos, Brazil

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Professional Identity and Development: The role of teachers and schools The role of teachers in changing schools: an agentic perspective 102 Judy Durrant, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Educational accountability and the complexity of schools 18 Dr Mike Radford, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Teaching creates all other professions. What is the definition of a profession? Is teaching a profession and does it really matter? Dr Lynne Graham-Matheson, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Professional Identity and Development: Changing practice in the post-compulsory sector Reflective practice in the PCET sector 66 Mark Herrett, Kensington & Chelsea College, London, UK The night of the living dead: whats new in PCET? 89

Ian Jasper, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK How could the new Diploma in teaching in the lifelong learning sector (DTLLS) programme improve the capabilities of trainees to teach vocational areas? Graham Topley, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Sessio n 1.4 Auto/biography and Narrative Studies: Histories and futures The 'civilisation' of teacher education: an oral history of the foundations of Christ Church College, Canterbury Fabio Antonini, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Wheres the maverick teacher gone? Exploring change and continuity in history teaching since 1985 Mary Woolley, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK An ongoing study into the social and cultural influences on the emerging self and implications for career choice Anne Chant, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Sessio n 1.5 Curriculum Innovation and Creativity: Teaching science Working towards a respectful science education: starting with children's questions 90 James Archer & Judith Roden, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Strategies for conceptual change in school science 14 John Paul Riordan, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Children, Families and Communities Symposium Convenor: Dr Sacha Powell, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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What in the world is happening to babies? Dr Sacha Powell, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Teaching babies? Dr Kathy Goouch, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

Service to babies and families among competing priorities in teacher education programs in university-affiliated childcare programs in the US

Prof Mary McMullen, Indiana University, USA & Prof Martha Lash, Kent State University, Ohio, USA

What does comparison of the processes and results of two studies into the wellbeing and engagement of very young children suggest for the enhancement of pedagogical beliefs and practices? Joan Martlew, University of Strathclyde, UK

Professional Identity and Development Symposium: Seeking Savonarola: reflections on an interdisciplinary professional development project for beginning history teachers Convenor: Alison Parr, Keele University, UK What is the point of school history? Challenging the assumptions of history trainee teachers Graeme Easdown, Keele University, UK

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The use of drama to enhance learning and teaching of history in the secondary curriculum Robert Marsden, Staffordshire University, UK S5 Searching for Savonarola through stories Maria Whatton, Freelance, UK

In what ways can a new academic work with artistic professionals to collaborate creatively to support the development of initial history teachers' developing identities? Alison Parr, Keele University, UK

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Drinks reception by the pond

Tuesday 17 July 2012


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At the Crossroads: new directions in teacher education

Registration of newly arrived delegates in Anselm Hall

Ref. 9.00 10.30 Session Two no. Inclusion, Equality and Diversity: The global dimension Global dimension in initial teacher education: an overview of project findings 36 Dr Frances Hunt, Institute of Education, University of London, UK The south/north educational linking process: a southern perspective, 2012 8 Alison Leonard, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Teachers attitudes and self-efficacy in inclusive education in Finland and South Africa: a comparative study 80 Prof Petra Engelbrecht, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK, Dr Mirna Nel, North West University, South Africa, Professor Hannu Savolainen & Olli-Pekka Malinen, University of Eastern Finland, Finland Sessio n 2.2 Professional Identity and Development: Student teacher development Exploring emerging teacher identity through the lens of cultural dimension theory 34 Glenn Stone, University of Chichester, UK Risk-taking in the workplace: how trainee teachers are challenged to develop their practice Paul Clarke, Dr Sue Howarth, Sue Wood-Griffiths & Kerry Whitehouse, University of Worcester, UK Turning Potential into Reality: An exploration of effective strategies to enable student progress Kerry Jordan-Daus & Michael Green, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Sessio n 2.3 Auto/biography and Narrative Studies: Teachers and teacher educators stories Two initial teacher educators - two different stories 54 Judith Roden & Karen Vincent, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Determining conceptualisations of excellence in teaching 29 Judith McCullouch, University of Winchester, UK Sustaining a life in education: lived experience, values and creativity in the construction of teacher resilience Jonathan Barnes, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Sessio n 2.4 Curriculum Innovation and Creativity: Language acquisition and reading The importance of language competences in the professional development of Croatian teachers Katarina Aladrovic Slovacek & Prof Dunja Pavlicevic-Franic, University of Zagreb, Croatia Introducing a framework for reading comprehension instruction 109

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Dr Klapwijk, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa Second language reading: quality, principles and classroom practice 110 Anfal Nasser Al-Wahaibi, Sultan Qaboos University, Oman Sessio n 2.5 Curriculum Innovation and Creativity: Teaching in primary schools Early professional development and languages teaching in primary schools 27 Prof Vivienne Griffiths & Dr Patricia Driscoll, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Beating the odds? Developing effective teachers of art 72 Peter Gregory & Bridie Price, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK The use of technology in recording physical activity levels of primary aged children 98 Kristy Howells, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Sessio n 2.6 Faith, Beliefs and Values: Faith, beliefs and values in teacher education Faith, beliefs and values in education 10 Rosemary Walters, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Museum or temple? Ontology, epiphany and the education of teachers 41 David Aldridge, Oxford Brookes University, UK The formation of Christian teachers 13 Prof Trevor Cooling, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Session 2.7 Professional Identity and Development Workshop Exploring the developmental needs of teacher educators situated in different contexts 59 Sue Field & Dr Elizabeth White, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK 10.30 11.00 Sessio n 11.00 12.30 3.1 Coffee on the lawn Session Three Inclusion, Equality and Diversity: Teaching diversity global perspectives Working together to create hope: exploring the needs of members of a nongovernmental organisation Marli Ackerman and Charmian Louw, Stellenbosch University, South Africa Its better than catching frogs: exploring inclusion in relation to local context and knowledge in Lao PDR and Thailand Dr Peter Grimes, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Melting pot or salad bowl? Assessing cultural sensitivity in supplemental instruction 35 Nomasomi Morule, North West University, South Africa Sessio n 3.2 Professional Identity and Development: New Masters level training awards The development of the MA (Hons) in primary education with teaching certificate at the University of Glasgow Anne Ferguson, University of Glasgow, UK The impact of mandatory Masters level training upon the professional development and identity of special educational need co-ordinators- challenges and opportunities Dr Alison Ekins, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK National award for special educational needs co-ordinators 24 Julian Brown & Mary Doveston, University of Northampton, UK Sessio n 3.3 Professional Identity and Development: Teacher educators crossing boundaries Crossing the boundaries? A university tutor intern in a primary school 52 Katie Hall & Nick Mitchell, Leeds Metropolitan University, UK A leap of faith or a leap in the dark? 58 Sandra Nichol, University of Aberdeen, UK

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Auto/biography and Narrative Studies: Personal journeys The role of a dean of a school of education 15 Professor Christopher Field, University of Wolverhampton, UK How was it for me? How is it for you? How exploring our own educational autobiography can improve our classroom practice one teachers experience Denise Cormack, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Its all about me.....? Complex understandings of the positioning of the researcher within the research process Paula Stone & Dr Alison Ekins, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Curriculum Innovation and Creativity: Creative and active learning approaches Creativity in education: beginning teachers' beliefs and attitudes during times of policy emergence and political change 37 Dr Sandra Hiett, Elizabeth Smears, Grant Stanley, Jeff Adams, Sally Elton-Chalcraft, Barbara Walsh, Sue Cronin & Jan Murphy, Liverpool John Moores University, UK Turning tables: participatory approaches on an early childhood studies programme 64 Dr Catherine Meehan, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Developing sustainable literacy and employability in the formal curriculum: enquirybased approaches Yoke Eng Tan, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Symposia

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Faith, Beliefs and Values Symposium: Internationalising higher education: UK and Arab network (Pt 1) Convenor: Dr Bob Bowie, UK & Arab network project, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Teaching Islam in Israel: implications for teacher education programmes Dr Ayman Agbari, University of Haifa to be confirmed

Teacher education in Israel Dr Wael Tibi, Arab Academic College for Education, Beit Berl, Israel

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Humanizing the other Manal Yazbak Abu Ahmad, Sakhnin College for Teacher Education & Dr Aliza Yahav, David Yellin Academic College, Israel

Title to be confirmed Dr Jamal Assadi, Sakhnin College for Teacher Education, Israel

Al-Qasemi organisational culture or traditional practicum vs the professional developed school Dr Ali Jabareen, Al-Qasemi Academic College, Israel

Curriculum Innovation and Creativity Symposium: Developing pedagogies for teacher education at the crossroads. A meta-pedagogy for teacher education Convenor: Professor Chris Philpott, University of Greenwich, UK

A meta-pedagogy for teacher education Professor Chris Philpott, University of Greenwich

Developing a dynamic pedagogy for postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE) maths students Sessio n Adam Mahomed & Mark Moloney, Towers School, Ashford, Kent & Raza Kazim, University of 3.7 S9 Greenwich, UK

Developing science students through a collaborative community and cross-curricular teaching Diane Smethurst & Gavin Boulby, University of Greenwich, UK

Developing a school-led pedagogy for a new postgraduate certificate in education (PGCE) French programme Gillian Allison, Woolwich Polytechnic School, Greenwich, Melanie Gazon, St Ursulas School, Greenwich & Liz Morrison, University of Greenwich, UK 12.30 1.30 Lunch on the Lawn Teacher educators: their identity, work and professional development 1.30 2.20 Keynote Speaker: Dr Anja Swennen, Free University, Amsterdam, Netherlands

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Inclusion, Equality and Diversity: Inclusion and exclusion Can fish climb trees? What makes an inclusive teacher 20 Dr John Cornwall, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Talking about school exclusions: exposing and exploring the complexities 107 Dr Alison Ekins, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK An examination of the educational support for teachers who teach children with life limiting illness in mainstream schools Sally Robinson, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Professional Identity and Development: International experiences The complexity of pedagogic principles: the impact of an initial teacher education study visit to south India Caroline Tancock, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Destination abroad a new direction to internationalise teacher education 88 Dr Claudia Bade, Leuphana University, Lneburg, Germany The long term impact of overseas study visits to south India by UK initial teacher education students Dr Stephen Scoffham, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Professional Identity and Development: School-based and school-led teacher education School-led initial teacher education: what's in it for the beginning teacher? Dr Katharine Burn, Institute of Education, University of London, Trevor Mutton, University of Oxford, UK & Dr Hazel Hagger, Universities of Oxford, UK & Auckland, New Zealand School-led initial teacher education: craft-based apprenticeship or inauguration to the profession? Dr Jenny Gilbert, Anglia Ruskin University, UK Quality mentoring in Teach First: further thoughts on the nature of school-based training within a non-traditional initial teacher training programme David Cameron, The Institute of Physics, UK 33

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Auto/biography and Narrative Studies: Metaphors from cinema and theatre The heros journey: cinematic representations of transformation in classroom narratives and PGCE student teacher identity and progression 86

Paul Skinner, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Acting up: moving beyond the metaphor 94 Rebecca Tee, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Curriculum Innovation and Creativity: Teaching mathematics Mathematical modelling in pre-service teacher education to foster mathematical thinking and creativity Dr Helena Wessels, University of Stellenbosch, South Africa An appreciation of the cultural importance of mathematics a case study in teacher education Dr Snezana Lawrence, Bath Spa University, UK The effectiveness of teaching mathematics with iPads - the first steps 78 Aaron Shaw, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Symposia Faith, Beliefs and Values Symposium

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Professional identity and development Symposium: Philosophical perspectives on teacher development and identity Convenor: Dr Ruth Heilbronn, Institute of Education, University of London, UK

Philosophical reflection on the future of teacher education: an overview Dr Janet Orchard, University of Bristol & Dr Alis Oancea, University of Oxford, UK Teacher educators as ethical agents Sessio n Dr Ruth Heilbronn, Institute of Education, University of London, UK 4.7 The changing nature of ITE in RE Dr Hugo Whately, Canterbury Christ Church University & Dr Janet Orchard, University of Bristol, UK S4

Mentoring as a collaborative learning journey for teachers and student teachers: a critical constructivist perspective Dr Semiyu Aderibigbe, Dr Laura Colucci-Gray & Prof Donald Gray, Aberdeen University, UK

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Tea on the lawn Session Five Inclusion, Equality and Diversity: Special educational needs Lessons learned - from the introduction of movement & co-ordination resources (M&CR) in mainstream primary schools Sue Soan & Dr Eve Hutton, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Pilot study to investigate the writing and implementation of a professional development competency framework in dyslexia in higher education teacher education programmes Dr Catherine Carroll, University of Roehampton & Dr Amelia Roberts, The DyslexiaSpLD Trust, UK In what ways can writing be a barrier to learning? Dr Lyn Haynes, Canterbury Christ Church University & Helen Terentjev, Arbury Osteopathic Clinic, Cambridge, UK 104

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Professional Identity and Development: Further education Professionalisation of further education teacher educators 67 Sabrina Poma, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Performativity and affectivity: lesson observations in Englands further education colleges Ursula Edginton, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Panopticism in the knowledge sphere: A Foucauldian perspective on the rise of new managerialism in further education Thomas German, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Professional Identity and Development: Teacher educators knowledge and identities Student perspectives on teacher educators knowledge Prof Jean Murray & Dr Gerry Czerniawski, University of East London & Patti Barber, Institute of Education, University of London, UK Why no pedagogy for teacher educators? Simon, Stenhouse and opportunities with 21 st century e-tools Prof Marilyn Leask, University of Bedfordshire, UK Landmarks in the professional and academic development of mid-career teacher educators: using living graphs 11 Prof Vivienne Griffiths, Liz Hryniewicz, Canterbury Christ Church University & Dr Simon Thompson, University of Sussex, UK 56

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Curriculum Innovation and Creativity: Creativity and art Children's identity in transition from primary to secondary school: figured worlds and possible selves Rebecca Austin, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Setting a new course? Young people in an art gallery based project and some implications for teachers Peter Gregory, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK The overlooked: artistry, landscapes and teaching 32 Paul Key, University of Winchester, UK

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Curriculum Innovation and Creativity: Citizenship education Student teacher perceptions of civic education: their expectations, roles and responsibilities Dr Andrew Peterson, Ian Durrant & Ralph Leighton, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Citizenship education in an independent school 22 Ralph Leighton, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Critiquing neoliberalism from a Martan perspective 9 Mike Blamires, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Symposia Faith, Beliefs and Values Symposium

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Auto/biography and Narrative Studies Symposium: Psychoanalysis and education Convenors: Prof Linden West & Dr Alan Bainbridge, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Supervision for Education Professionals: Personal encounters with practice Dr Alan Bainbridge, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

The psychoanalytic treatment of anxiety as fundamental to the construction of a new educational system Dr Anastasios Gaitanidis,

White Cliffs, White Horses in 'Minding a Gap' Jacqui Cartlidge, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

Conference Dinner St Martins Priory 7.30


After dinner speaker: Dr John Collier, Head of School, St Andrew's Cathedral School, Sydney, Australia

Wednesday 18 July 2012


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At the Crossroads: new directions in teacher education

Arrival and registration of school and college delegates Title to be confirmed

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10.00 Keynote speaker: Prof Robin Alexander, Cambridge Primary Review, University of Cambridge, UK

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Morning refreshments on the lawn / by the pond Session Six Inclusion, Equality and Diversity / Children, Families and Communities: Other identities Orientalism, secularism and gender in education 76 Dr Lynn Revell, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Dreams do not die if they bloomed once in the soul: Hebrew Froebelian kindergarten teacher training in Russia and Eastern Europe (1909 1925) Yordanka Valkanova, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK An investigation of intercultural development in languages in English primary schools Dr Patricia Driscoll, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

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Professional Identity and Development: New initiatives in university-school partnerships Who do I think I am going to be? Anticipation and professional identity in a changing teacher education climate Dr Viv Wilson & William Stow, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Carpe diem: an exploration of how some school and university staff are embracing the changes arising from the developing 'Teaching School Alliances' Dr d'Reen Struthers, University of Roehampton & Simon Asquith, University of Cumbria, UK Rethinking partnership in initial teacher education developing professional identity for a joint school-university appointment a case study in mathematics 40

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Sue Pope, Sian Morgan & Rosa Archer, University of Manchester, UK Session 6.3 Professional Identity and Development: Rethinking teacher identities Research informed pedagogy for the 21st century teacher 101 Simon Hoult & Paul Skinner, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Inviting division, hierarchy, favouritism and inequity? Problems and prospects of teacher management in a decentralised school context in Nepal Peshal Khanal, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Reconstructing the teacher as a post-secular pedagogue: a consideration of the new teachers standards Dr Hazel Bryan, Canterbury Christ Church University Session 6.4 Curriculum Innovation and Creativity: Physical education Curriculum innovation in post-Olympic times: Olympic education and value legacies 62 Dr Dikaia Chatziefstathiou, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Physical education of primary aged children? 97 Kristy Howells, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Teacher interpretations and use of game-based approaches to games teaching in Singapore and the UK: the influence of context Kendall Jarrett, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Session 6.5 Curriculum Innovation and Creativity: Innovations in university-school practice Schools at the crossroads: innovating in a climate of uncertainty 46 Vanessa Young, Dr Patricia Driscoll & Alan Pagden, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Blue sky thinking: innovative approaches to the development of thinking skills, creativity and curriculum Paul Harris, Maidstone Grammar School for Girls, UK Teaching for diversity: action research projects between schools and a university 85 Kerry Jordan-Daus, Canterbury Christ Church University & Loic Menzies, Kent County Council, UK Session 6.6 Auto/biography and Narrative Studies: Student teacher identity Learning from experience? Space for reflexivity in teacher education 92 Prof Linden West, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Developing Wertschs voices of collective remembering to analyse narratives of teaching and learning in initial teacher education Carey Philpott, University of Strathclyde, UK Modelling the way humans think: a contribution to developing student teacher professional identity Dr Gill Hope, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Session 6.7 Children, Families and Communities: Parents, parenting and home-school partnerships

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Perceptions of parenting: an investigation of the impact of a parenting intervention on parents and their children 74 Dr Patricia Driscoll, Dr Maria Summerson, Dr Claire Tupling, Canterbury Christ Church University & Dr Manuela Thomae, Open University, UK The impact of extended services in Kent 43 Ian Durrant & Dr Andrew Peterson, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK Does using a parent workshop bridge the gap between home and school maths? 51 Sara Seccatore, Canterbury Christ Church University 12.10 1.00 Panel Discussion: At the crossroads: new directions in teacher education Sean Heslop, Principal, Folkestone Academy, UK Dr Gary Holden, Headteacher, Sir Joseph Williamsons Mathematical School, Kent, UK Melisa Benn, writer, journalist and campaigner, UK Dr Lynne Rogers, Director of Learning & Teaching, Institute of Education, University of London, UK Carolyn Chivers, Headteacher, Hythe Bay CE Primary School, Kent, UK Dr John Moss, Dean of Education, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK 1.00 2.00 2.00 2.45 Lunch on the lawn Seminars, papers and workshops Follow up discussion: Session 7.1 Sean Heslop, Principal, Folkestone Academy, UK Follow up discussion: Session 7.2 Dr Gary Holden, Headteacher, Sir Joseph Williamsons Mathematical School, Kent, UK Follow up discussion: Session 7.3 Melisa Benn, writer, journalist and campaigner, UK Follow up discussion: Session 7.4 Dr Lynne Rogers, Director of Learning & Teaching, Institute of Education, University of London, UK Workshop: Characteristics of effective learning in the revised EYFS - Active Learning Emma Booker, Essex County Council Paper: Constructing a pedagogy for voice training in ITT Session 7.6 Dr Lesley Hendy, Jo Palmer-Tweed & Suzanne Parke, Thames Primary Consortium, UK 2.45 3.15 3.15 4.30 Tea on the lawn Symposia 7

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Professional Identity and Development Symposium: Wicked projects: research in action Convenor: Dr Hazel Bryan, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

Title to be confirmed Dr Hazel Bryan, Canterbury Christ Church University & Emma Newman, Folkestone Academy, UK

Title to be confirmed Session 8.1 Jill Blunden, Canterbury Christ Church University & Richard Sylvester, Aylesford School Sports College, UK S8

Title to be confirmed Graham Handscome and teacher, Newstead Woods School, UK

Title to be confirmed Catherine Carden, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

Curriculum Innovation and Identity Symposium: Creative approaches to language learning Convenor: Dr Patricia Driscoll, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

Integrating music and languages: a creative way into languages Dr Patricia Driscoll, David Wheway & Vikki Schulze, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK

Integrated language learning: can we learn a new way? Session 8.2 Anthony Clarke, Canterbury Christ Church University, UK S7

To what extent does the integration of languages into the primary curriculum enhance attitude and motivation for the teaching and learning of languages? Vikki Schulze, Canterbury Christ Church University

Rising aspirations: E-Bacc day at Canterbury Christ Church University Marie Ryan, Canterbury Christ Church University UK

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Convenor: Liz Hryniewicz, Canterbury Christ Church University UK

Title to be confirmed Eva Lloyd, University of East London, UK

The new professional identity in early years Dr Eunice Lumsden, University of Northampton, UK

School Readiness: are schools ready for four-year olds? Denise Reardon, Canterbury Christ Church University & Shirley Allen, Middlesex University, UK

New leaders in early years (NLEY): making a difference for children in England Dr Catherine Meehan & Polly Bolshaw, Canterbury Christ Church University UK 3.15 4.30 Workshops Workshop: Constructing a pedagogy for voice training in ITT Session 8.4 Dr Lesley Hendy, Jo Palmer-Tweed & Suzanne Parke Thames Primary Consortium, UK 7

Graphics pads (numbers limited to 12) Session 8.5 Claire Hewlett & Claire March, Canterbury Christ Church University Ubwino Wa Amayi: Supporting girls education in Malawi, Session 8.6 Diane Claisse 115

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