I wondered any of you might be interested in the University of Sheffield learning support conference? This year's conference looks at theory into practice in learning support. Specifically, it considers neuromyths, and investigates theory that can inform practice. The keynote speakers are Professor Tim Daley, University of Nottingham and Professor Tim Jay, Sheffield Hallam University.
The cost of the conference is £25 including refreshments and a light lunch
To book a place, please click on the following link: http://onlineshop.shef.ac.uk/conferences-events/professional-services/eltc/learning-support-theory-into-practice-teaching-and-innovations-conference
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