8 February 2017, St Mellion International Resort, Cornwall
Keynote Speakers: Jonathan Lear, Sugata Mitra, Stephen Tierney
How can we build challenge and desirable difficulties to inspire and develop creative thinking? How can teachers and leaders deflect ‘the nonsense’ in order remain focused on that which matters? What is the future of ‘the school’ (and therefore ‘the teacher’)?
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