The Hallam Festival of Education 2019 combines a festival style atmosphere, celebrating recent achievements and developments in education, with provocative and stimulating debate about current and emerging challenges to the young people in the region. It’s bringing together over 100 speakers, groups and organisations from the national and international education system. But as per the words of the organisers ‘It’s not a conference – with music, performances, good food and other cultural events throughout the two-day event across our City Campus, we’ve got the festival feeling well and truly covered’.
Learn with the ONVU Learning workshops
ONVU Learning is very thrilled to be at this year’s festival, as we are taking the spotlight thought the festival at four exciting workshop sessions:
- Panel – EducationTechnology: What’s happening next?
Andy Goff, ONVU Learning Director, one of the panellists
- Adapting to remote coaching
Dr. Sean Warren, ONVU Learning Teacher Training and Development
- Building sustainable professional learning – how investing in learning for teachers (as well as students) supports the retention of high-quality staff
Sue Plant, Head of School, John Taylor Free School (an ONVU Learning partner school)
- Using 360-degree video technology to review and reflect on my teaching – boosting my love for teaching again!
Zara Sahota, Specialist Leader of Education and Head of Mathematics, Aston University Engineering Academy (an ONVU Learning partner school)
These are all happening on Friday 14th June, in the Technology Sessions. More information can be found on the festival website.
Don’t miss the action – Watch the live videos online
ONVU Learning will be sharing live videos from the Festival of Education throughout the two days of educational festivities. Expect some exclusive interviews, coverage of the show and everything that we believe is worth mentioning. Make sure to follow ONVU Learning on Twitter and tune in on both days. You don’t need to be at the festival to be part of it.
Discover the ‘Future of Lesson Observation’ by visiting our stand
One thing you simply just can’t miss at the festival is the chance to explore Lessonvu, our innovative lesson observation solution for teacher training and CPD. Using a 360-degree camera, a high-definition microphone and a gateway recording box, Lessonvu offers teachers the ultimate opportunity to review the entire classroom without missing out a thing in the lesson, enhancing their self-reflection skills. Our partners school teachers have seen an increase in their ability to teach classes, improvement in classroom behaviour and student outcome, amongst other things, which can be evidenced through our reports and case studies.
We’ll be at stand 4 – come say hi!
We hope to see you at the Hallam Festival of Education.
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