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The Education People is very excited to bring you another great lineup of TEP Talks speakers for 2022.  The TEP Talks series launched in September 2020. These interactive sessions will take the form of a termly webinar, followed by questions, answers and discussion. They will be led by leading national and international speakers and link closely to current educational priorities.

This is a unique opportunity for teachers to connect with leading education experts as they share ideas and provide thoughts on how to close the gaps in pupil learning and improve educational outcomes.

During 2020 we had TEP Talks from Marc Rowland (Putting Your Energy into the Provision for the Forgotten Third), Alex Quigley (Closing the Reading Gap), Professor Daniel Muijs (Using Relevant Research and Evidence to Inform Practice in School) and Ian Gilbert (Navigation vs Knowledge - Thinking and Learning in a Post COVID World).

2021 TEP Talks were held by Professor Teresa Cremin (Reading for Pleasure - Building Communities of Readers), Mark Anderson (Research-informed Approach to the Successful Use of Technology Support Remote Education), Pran Patel (Reviewing Curriculum Impact on all Children - Working Towards Equality)  Christine Counsell (Knowledge in a Curriculum: Getting Beyond the Myths and Misconceptions), and most recently Maxine McDonald Taylor (The Education Inspection Framework and SEND).

So far for 2022, we have recently had a talk from Lavinya Stennett (One Year On - What Now?) and confirmed the following TEP Talks which are available to book now:

Please be aware that our TEP Talks are only available as live events and will not be available to purchase as recorded webinars.

Daisy Christodoulou

Date: Wednesday 27 April 2022

Time: 3.45pm to 5.15pm

Webinar: A 90 minute webinar with Q&A session

Price: £60 (+VAT)

This session will cover:

Getting the Balance Right. Assessment for learning has been around for 20 years, but has it had the impact we've hoped for? What makes for good formative assessment, and what is the balance between formative and summative types of assessment? What is responsive teaching and how can it help improve formative assessment practices? What are the practical techniques teachers and senior leaders can use to ensure that their assessments are both accurate and useful?

About Daisy...

Daisy is the Director of Education at No More Marking, a provider of online Comparative Judgement software for schools. Comparative Judgement is an innovative, reliable and quick way to assess essays. You can find out more about how is works on the No More Marking website.

Before joining No More Marking, Daisy was Head of Assessment at Ark Schools, a group of academy schools in the UK, and before that, a secondary English teacher in London. Daisy has written three books about education, Seven Myths About Education, Making Good Progress and Teachers vs Tech, find out more about her books here.

You can find out more about Daisy in this profile from Schools Week and this one from the Guardian
Daisy can be contacted or followed on Twitter or by visiting her website: Daisy Christodoulou.