Philippa Cordingley, Chief Executive of CUREE is internationally acknowledged for evaluation, research use and effective Continuing Professional Development and Learning (CPDL). Philippa leads the CUREE research and evaluation team. Recent projects include the Identification of characteristics of High Performing Schools for Teach First and a follow up study exploring the issues around gaining and sustaining momentum and design of and support for a randomised controlled trial of seven interventions across 780 schools. She also leads CUREE’s signature research service for evaluating the learning environment for teachers and learners in schools, SKEIN. She is a member of the DfE Expert Group on CPDL, of The Advisory Group for Eton College’s Research centre and a member of the Leadership Group of Harvard university’s Transforming Teaching project. She is Chair of Governors of RSA Academy Tipton and trustee of the RSA Academies. She is also an Honorary Fellow of the College for Teachers.
This interactive session will be led by Philippa Cordingley, Chief Executive of the Centre for the Use of Research and Evidence in Education (CUREE). Working with engaging micro summaries of evidence, participants will explore how far the system has moved towards identifying the big building blocks of professional growth in order to identify next steps […]