Iona Towler-Evans & David Allen
27 April, Newman University College, Genners Lane, Birmingham B32 3NT
This one-day event will look at ways to empower children and encourage independent learning, in teaching about local history. It will focus on Dorothy Heathcote’s ‘Commission’ model – in which children respond to a ‘Commission’ sent to them by an organisation in the community. The day will be led by Iona Towler-Evans and David Allen, who will present examples of projects they have undertaken in both primary and secondary schools (including mainstream, ‘Gifted and Talented’ and disaffected children).
Ideal for primary teachers at KS2; English/History/Drama teachers at KS3; and special needs teachers.
£30 for network members; £40 for non-members; £15 for students
Lunch is included
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