Leading in Learning through Assessment: Partnering, Challenging and Succeeding
The 2011 AAIA conference took place in Bournemouth at the Highcliff Marriott Hotel from 14th-16th September. Conference presentations are available to members in the members’ area of this site – go to Conference Papers and then Conference 2011.
On Wednesday the conference was introduced by Keith Remnant, Acting President and delegates then heard a keynote address from Jane Reed entitled ‘ Leading and Developing Learning in Schools’.
This day of the conference was open to non-members and delegates also heard a keynote address from Emeritus Professor Charles Deforges entitled ‘The role of teachers and schools in making learning effective’.
- Charles Deforges
- Friday’s programme included two keynote addresses. Tim Oates of Cambridge Assessment and chair of the National Curriculum Review Expert Panel spoke on ‘National Curriculum and School Curriculum – difficulties, confusions and understanding demarcations between them’.To conclude the conference, Warwick Mansell, educational journalist and author, delivered a keynote entitled ‘An independent view of the current educational direction’.