Communicating research to support the evolution of teaching

Past Conferences

Conference Slides FutureEd17

Action video games as an examplary learning tool
Professor Daphne Bavelier, Univerisity of Geneva, Switzerland

The UnLocke Project: from brain inhibition to maths and science practice
Professor Denis Mareschal, Centre for Brain and Cognitive Development, Birkbeck University of London

A focus on some implications for pedagogy
Kate Atkins, Headteacher, Rosendale Primary School, West Dulwich, Lambeth, London

Implementing Educational Neuroscience for educational progress:  Do we need an "education first" approach?
Professor Paul Howard-Jones, Graduate School of Education, University of Bristol

The Impact of neuroscience on a special school's provision
Tara Deakes, Deputy Head and Provisions Manager, Westfield School, Buckinghamshire

Working collaboratively in research-based education - an SEMH perspective
Dr Alice Jones Bartoli, Goldsmiths, University of London

A focus on leadership of developments
Leora Cruddas, Director of Policy and Public Relations, ASCL

How can school leaders move from "what works?" to "what works, how and why?"
Judith Enright, Headteacher, Queens Park Community School, Brent, London

Reflections on the day: some key issues
Professor Michael Thomas, Director of Centre for Educational Neuroscience London