Humanities Conference 2018
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New to our programme for 2018 is our Humanities Conference. During this event we will be focusing specifically on History and Geography and exploring some exciting and engaging ways to support learning within these subjects, whilst also making links across the wider curriculum.
Ben Ballin is a Geographical Association Consultant and a board member for Primary Geography magazine. Ben leads CPD for schools across the country and has written widely on the subject of Geography. Ben’s interactive training style allows participants to build their confidence as teachers and leaders of Geography, respecting each others’ expertise, whilst developing new learning, through structured activities and other interventions. Check Ben out on twitter @BenMBallin
Alf Wilkinson is a former Head of History and ICT Co-ordinator and has taught history for many years. He is now the CPD Manager for the Historical Association. Alf is also a freelance history education consultant and a prolific educational author. Most recently he has devised and developed a successful series of online CPD modules for teachers across both primary and secondary.
Tim Taylor is a teacher/trainer from Norwich. In 1995, Tim was inspired to use imaginative-inquiry as an approach to learning and teaching within his own classroom and since then has researched and practiced using Mantle of the Expert (MoE), first in his own classroom and then by supporting other teachers and schools. Tim now works freelance, offering support and training in the use of approaches to imaginative-inquiry. Tim has led and participated in many professional development projects in schools across the UK. He has taught in the USA and Palestine and is a visiting lecturer at Newcastle University. He is the editor of mantleoftheexpert.com and imaginative-inquiry.co.uk and writes regularly for the Guardian Teacher Network and for other education publications.
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