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Join education leaders from across the NACE community to share perspectives, strategies and plans for the new academic year. Scroll down for full details.

When: 20 May 2020
15:45 - 16:45 PM
Where: Online

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Free live webinar for NACE members

3.45-4.45pm, 20 May 2020

Join education leaders from across the NACE community to share perspectives, strategies and plans for the new academic year.

Across the globe schools are coming to terms with teaching at a distance. We are being challenged to think differently, and now is the most important time to come together to innovate – with other schools, and across different sectors.

This exploratory session aims to help school leaders harness what we are learning, share and collectively build on it.

Beyond the session we aim to create a virtual learning community – inviting experts from across our sector and beyond to inform, challenge and support practice and policy development.

The session will be led by NACE patron Dr Chris Yapp. Chris is an independent consultant specialising in innovation and future thinking. He has 30 years’ experience in the ICT industry, with a specialisation in the strategic impact of ICT on the public sector, creative industries, digital inclusion and social enterprises. With a longstanding interest in the future of education, he has written and lectured extensively on the challenges of personalised learning, lifelong learning, educational transformation and the knowledge economy. His publications in this field include Personalizing Learning in the 21st Century.

Chris is also a senior associate fellow at Warwick Business School’s Institute of Governance and Public Management, an associate of the think tank Demos and a trustee of the charity World Ecitizens. He has previously served as a trustee of the School for Social Entrepreneurs and as a member of the UNESCO UK working group on the information society. He is a Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts and of the British Computer Society, for whom he blogs on future technologies and social impact.

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