ResearchEd Rugby, my takeaways (part 1)

I was undecided at first whether or not to go to ResearchEd, which took place today in Rugby. It meant an early start on a Saturday morning for one thing, but I’m temporarily a lady of leisure so I can take the hit and catch up with my sleep later on in the week. I also managed to make a family affair out of it, as husband and son came along too and indulged in their love of all things train related by exploring the disused railway lines and viaducts of Rugby. But mainly, I’m glad I went because I got to hear some of the best thinkers in education today. Thanks again to Jude Hunton and his team at Ashlawn school for being terrific hosts.

Source: ResearchEd Rugby, my takeaways (part 1)

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