#WhatNowWeek - May 2020
42 participants, 33 topics, 22 webinars, 5 days, 4 strands, countless possibilities
In May 2020 we put together 22 hour-long online conversations about the point, purpose and future of education at a time when everything is being questioned.
Drawing on the wit and wisdom not only of our Associates but also other leading educators, we based our conversations around four main strands:
- Teaching and learning
- Equity and inclusion
In this way we were able to cover an extraordinary range of topics from curriculum design to well-being, from resilience to brave leadership, from early years to SEND and more.
Each event was not only broadcast to a live online audience, but was also recorded and you can enjoy them all at your leisure now below.
And, of course, please let us know if you would like to book any of the participants to work with you either online or, when things settle down, in person. Just email us on email@example.com or call us on +44 (0)1267 211432.
When we asked the question 'What now?', the answer was rarely, 'Let's go back'.
Exciting times indeed.
A conversation about going back to school with a focus on SEND and well-being with Nina Jackson and SEND specialist Lorraine Petersen.
A conversation about early years, well-being, starting school and going back with Dan Morrow (@MoreMorrow) and new Associate Ruth Swailes.
A conversation about teacher well-being and healthy schools with Nina Jackson and Kelly Hannaghan.
A conversation about the best job in a world that's been turned upside down with Vic Goddard.
A conversation about coping, thriving, chaos navigating and teachers as everyday heroes with Jaz Ampaw-Farr.
A conversation about poverty, equity, the social mobility deceit, belonging and education with Chris Kilkenny and (Real) David Cameron.