The first ever researchED conference to be held in Italy is taking place at St George's British International School, Rome, on Saturday 26 October 2019.
researchED is an organisation that seeks to bridge the gap between educational research and what happens in everyday teaching practice. Its aim is to raise the research literacy of educators so that they can critically assess the research out there and explore what might work for them in their educational context.
Distinguished guest speakers include those listed below, with more guests to be announced in the lead up to the event.
ResearchEd Founder and Director
Author of Unleashing Great Teaching and CEO of Teacher Development Trust
Author of 'Curriculum: Gallimaufry to Coherence'?
WomenEd Italia Regional Lead
International Educator and Entrepreneur
Second in Science and Research Lead at Beverley High School in East Yorkshire
Trust Curriculum and Research Leader for The Education Alliance in East Yorkshire
Fabian de Fabiani
Assistant Headteacher at Townley Grammar School and Director of Character Odyssey Trust for Education
Dr Eva Hartell
Teacher in Stem and
Researcher in Haninge
Head of Primary at Marymount
Southlands International School's Head of Senior School
St George's Principal
St George's Head of
St George's Assistant Head of
Senior School and Teacher of Maths
St George's Head of Drama and Wellbeing
St George's Head of MFL and
Head of Italian
St George's Teacher
Attending a researchED conference gives educators the opportunity to hear from leading researchers and educational practitioners. In doing so, educators can consider how they might wish to adapt or improve their practice based upon what is known to work within the field of education. The conference is open to teachers from within Italy, from across Europe, and beyond.
Download the Speaker Schedule.