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Free live webinar for NACE members in Wales - part of our series supporting current curriculum reforms. Scroll down for full details.

 Export to Your Calendar 02/07/2020
When: 2 July 2020
16:00 - 16:45 PM
Where: Online
Presenter: Dr Matthew Williams, Access Fellow, Jesus College Oxford
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Free live webinar for NACE members in Wales

4.00-4.45pm, 2 July 2020

In the new Curriculum for Wales, the first of the Four Purposes states that all children and young people will be supported to develop as "ambitious, capable learners who [...] are ready to learn throughout their lives." How can schools and teachers support this process and motivate learners?

Following on from our introductory webinar on 16 June, exploring the pedagogical principles which underpin current curriculum reforms in Wales, this session will focus on approaches to nurture confident creativity and motivate learners to be ambitious for themselves.

The session will be led by Dr Matthew Williams, Access Fellow at Jesus College, University of Oxford. Drawing on a mixture of theory and practice, Dr Williams will reflect on his own experience of teaching and schools outreach work over the past decade, and his current role in supporting the university's school access programmes across Wales. There will also be an opportunity for live Q&A.

This webinar is part of our current series for schools in Wales. Find out more.

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