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researchED 2013 Update 9/4/13

The conference continues to gather momentum, speakers and supporters. In the last week we have confirmed the support and participation of three major players: the Department of Education, the Times Educational Supplement and Sage Publications, all of whom are providing

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Sponsor and speaker news

researchED 2013 is delighted to announce the support and sponsorship of Sage Publications Joining us: workshops on how to get research published, by Sage Publications We’re delighted to announce that the Institute for Effective Education (IEE), University of York, will

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New speakers

Peter Yeomans, the University of Plymouth, Lecturer in Primary ICT, School of Education has been added to the speaker list; also, Ruth Kennedy, ex-senior civil servant and public service innovator, will be joining us.

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Conference Update

  The story so far: researchED 2013 has been up and running for less than two weeks and already, it’s developed a life of its own. The Twitter account has almost 1000 followers, the mailing list runs to several hundred,

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All the way from America

Another speaker has been confirmed (flights permitting): Laura McInerney, education blogger and researcher (@Miss_McInerney)will be speaking (flights permitting). Here is her bio: ‘I taught in in East London for the past six years and am now completing a Fulbright sponsored

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Two speakers from The National Science Learning Centre

Two more speakers have confirmed: Dr. Carol Davenport, Professional Development Leader, National Science Learning Centre Dr. Emily Perry, Secondary Professional Development Leader, National Science Learning Centre

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Video contribution from DT Willingham

Daniel T Willingham, internationally renowned Professor of Psychology at the University of Virginia will be sending us a video contribution exclusive to researchED 2013.

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