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Developing and retaining talented mentors

17 April 2024, 5:00 pm鈥6:30 pm

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Join this event to hear panellists discuss research from a study exploring how leaders can make their school more attractive for teachers and better for schools, led by the 果冻影院 Centre for Educational Leadership.

This event is free.

Event Information

Open to

All

Availability

Yes

Cost

Free

Organiser

Sofia Eleftheriadou

A live panel of experts will discuss findings from The impact of the ECF programme on the work engagement, wellbeing and retention of teachers聽longitudinal study. It investigates聽the in-school conditions which advance the development and retention of teacher mentors on the Early Career Framework (ECF) programme.

The latest report can be found .

This seminar is an opportunity to learn about the聽latest research insights and recommendations designed to inform the work of school leaders wishing to retain their current ECF mentors and teachers and to respond to the much broader challenge of school improvement.

There will also be an opportunity for attendees to share their views and discuss the big questions regarding transforming the support for teacher learning and retention.

Panellists

  • Chair: Dr Deborah Outhwaite (BELMAS Chair)
  • Professor , Professor of Teacher Education, 果冻影院 IOE
  • Dr Vanessa Ogden CBE, CEO of Mulberry Schools Trust

Report authors

  • Professor Kenneth Leithwood, University of Toronto and Honorary Professor at 果冻影院 Centre for Educational Leadership
  • Professor and Dr Sofia Eleftheriadou, 果冻影院 Centre for Educational Leadership

This online event will be particularly useful for researchers, teachers, academics and educational leaders.


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