The Teaching & Learning Summit: Our 2024 speakers
We are joined by yet another exciting line up of experts for the 2024 Teaching & Learning Summit. They will shed some light on some of the most relevant areas of Teaching & Learning at the moment, giving you a year’s worth of inspiration in one day.
For the first time, the Summit spans two days, with Doug Lemov joining us for a longer evening session on 9th February. Here’s who you’ll hear from on 10th February…
Prof. Sarah-Jayne Blakemore
Sarah-Jayne is Professor of Psychology and Cognitive Neuroscience at the University of Cambridge and leader of the Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience Group. Her group’s research focuses on the development of social cognition and decision making in the human adolescent brain, and adolescent mental health.
Follow Sarah-Jayne at @sjblakemore
Bradley is one of the leading experts on how psychological research can help teachers and students improve how they learn, think and perform. A director of InnerDrive, he is also the co-author of Teaching & Learning Illuminated: The Big Ideas, Illustrated and The Science of Learning: 99 Studies That Every Teacher Needs to Know.
Follow Bradley @BradleyKBusch
Lucy is an international education consultant, having travelled around the world’s “top performing” education systems and advised foreign governments on education reform at the Education Development Trust. She has authored two books including Cleverlands: The Secrets Behind the Success of the World’s Education Superpowers, and is now working on her third.
Follow Lucy at @lucy_crehan
Dr Iro Konstantinou
Iro is the Head of Research and Impact at the Tony Little Centre for Innovation and Research in Learning. She is also a research fellow at BrainCanDo, is the manager of the Knowledge Transfer Partnership initiatives, and edits the Eton Journal for Research and Innovation in Education.
Follow Iro @IroKonstantinou
Doug is the author of international bestseller Teach Like a Champion (now in its 3.0 version) and The Coach’s Guide to Teaching. A former teacher and principal, he helped found Uncommon Schools, a network of high performing schools in under-served communities.
Follow Doug at @Doug_Lemov
An award-winning teacher educator, designer and author, Peps is Director of Education at Steplab and author of the High Impact Teaching series. Peps has three Masters degrees, Fellowships from the Young Academy and University of Brighton, and lots of distracting tattoos.
Follow Peps at @PepsMccrea
Mary is an education adviser, writer and speaker, and curates Myatt & Co where she works with colleagues to develop thoughtful work on the curriculum and wider school improvement. Drawing on her work with pupils, teachers and leaders, she writes and speaks about learning, leadership and the curriculum.
Follow Mary at @MaryMyatt
Jonnie is Director of Teaching and Learning at Eton and the Director of The Tony Little CIRL. An expert in character education, he is also a director of BrainCanDo and an editorial board member of the Chartered College of Teaching’s journal Impact.
Follow Jonnie @JonnieNoakes
Amarbeer Singh Gill
Amarbeer, more commonly known as Singh, is the author of Strengthening the Student Toolbox ‘In Action’ and the popular blog Unpacking Education. He works as a teacher educator for Ambition Institute, runs a charity in his hometown and has spoken at a variety educational conferences.
Follow Singh @SinghAmarbeerG
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