The Excellence In Teaching Conference 2017 is only a week away!

27 November 2017

Help successful learners achieve excellence across your school! Join Osiris Educational as we take the Excellence in Teaching Conference to Scotland for the first time.

Bring your focus to excellence in teaching, with guidance from expert speakers and trainers who have proven track records in improving standards of teaching and learning in schools across the UK.

Come and be a part of over 20,000 teachers who have improved their practice by introducing innovative ideas and approaches, taken from our Teaching conferences.

Benefits Of Attending:

  • Learn techniques to drive forward standards of teaching and learning in your school

  • Make excellence in teaching a habit for all teachers

  • Discover the power of video analysis and its positive impact

  • Unpick how teachers can give good feedback and how learners can act upon the feedback for maximum impact

  • Ensure that learners think more deeply about their education

Click here for more information on the conference.

Click here to view the speakers at the conference including two of our authors, Mark Burns and Andy Griffith.

Click here to view the timetable for the day.

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