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Investigating Teaching, Learning and Assessment in English

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6th September, Birmingham

Experiment with new approaches to English teaching, investigate your practice and share your ideas with like-minded colleagues at this CPD event.

The sessions will be led by Dr Andy Convery and Professor Jean McNiff, and up to four places are available for each organisation.

See below for an idea of what you can expect to take away from the day, and for a fuller picture, make sure you take a look at Andy’s review of the Investigating Teaching Learning and Assessment in English CPD days held in July. 

Free of charge to OTLA English participants. 

To book your place, please complete this form.


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