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SLF 2017: DYW seminars⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

This year’s Scottish Learning Festival continuous to offers a wide variety of DYW related seminars covering key issues such as curriculum pathways for all,  senior phase options, work-based learning in primary school, CLD, school/employer partnerships, etc .  Seminars will have direct inputs from practitioners, showcasing the practical implementation of DYW across all levels.

Outline of DYW related seminars:

Wednesday, 20 Sept:

Title Presenters Room/ Time
Keynote: “Everything around you that you call life was made up by people no smarter than you.” Josh Littlejohn, Social Entrepreneur and co-founder of Social Bite Lomond Auditorium,

12.30

DYW – building careers education in a primary setting Ruth McFarlane, Maisondieu Primary School, Angus Boisdale 2

9.30

Ayrshire works: senior phase partnership working in hospitality and engineering Carol Jenkins, Ayrshire College Boisdale 2,

12.30

Strengthening a community through enhancing skills for learning, life and work Mary Hume, St Mary’s Primary School, North Ayrshire Boisdale 2, 14.00
DYW – A CLD approach to the Work Placement Standards Elisha Fisher, Employment and Skills Partnership Team, Glasgow City Council Alsh 1,

14.00

Talking tomorrows: how do we develop the young workforce? Peter Kelly, Holy Cross High School, South Lanarkshire Boisdale 2, 15.15
The enterprising practitioner Heather Hughes, Scotland’s Enterprising Schools Boisdale 2,

16.00

Thursday 21 Sept.:

Title Presenters Room/ Time
Raising aspiration through WOW (World of Work) Cheryl Kelly, Barmulloch Primary School, Glasgow Boisdale 2

10.45

An inclusive curriculum for all! Gib McMillan, Craigroyston Community High School, Edinburgh Boisdale 2,

12.00

Access the complete SLF 2017 programme here.

 

SLF 2017: Submit a seminar proposal⤴

from @ Education Scotland's Learning Blog

slf-logoThe Festival provides high quality continuing professional learning and is a rendezvous for educational professionals both nationally and internationally, providing a unique platform to engage with a diverse range of experts, colleagues and suppliers.

Education Scotland organises the event and is now accepting seminar proposals for the 2017 conference programme which will feature around 100 seminars over two days.

Is there a project you have been working on that could be showcased? Or perhaps you are aware of establishments that demonstrate good practice? We would encourage you to share this information with your colleagues and networks and submit relevant proposals for consideration.

The theme for SLF 2017 is Promoting excellence and equity for Scotland’s children through:

  • empowering teachers, practitioners, parents, schools and communities;
  • strengthening partnerships, collaboration and networks to improve outcomes for children and young people;
  • building the professional capacity of teachers, practitioners and leaders;
  • fair and learner-centred funding; and
  • responsibility and accountability at all levels.

If you would like to submit a proposal for consideration please do so before midday on Monday 20 February. Proposals received after this date will not be considered for inclusion in the conference programme.

The 2017 conference programme and registration will be launched in May and will feature the sessions that have been submitted and selected for inclusion.

We look forward to receiving your proposals and hope you will contribute to SLF 2017 to help continue to deliver Scotland’s largest annual national education event. If you would like any further information about SLF 2017 please contact the SLF team.