Usually, we add events to the events section, but when it's one of our members who is presenting, we like to shout about it. @Katherine Forsey
is giving a talk on 29th April exploring the environmental factors influencing learning in your classroom, so we hope you will join her.
You will find out how to:
- Monitor and control seven key environmental factors.
- Make simple changes to improve student performance and outcomes.
- Introduce classroom-based enquiries to engage your students, facilitate greater awareness and improve student agency in regards to their learning environment.
Dr Katherine Forsey CSciTeach, STEM Learning Lead Facilitator and STEM Ambassador, will introduce the research underpinning our knowledge in this area including the work of Professor Peter Barrett, Professor Stephen Heppell and their research teams.
Dr Forsey will share how the science of improving educational outcomes can be immediately applied in classrooms. You’ll see data from a live, in-school, world-wide data collection project and hear about the impact the project is having at the classroom level in case study schools.
Audience: Suitable for teachers, senior leaders, head teachers, school governors, trainee teachers, nursery managers, premises managers and all those with an interest in the creation and management of optimal learning environments.
Format: 30 min webinar with interactive elements followed by a 15 min Q&A.
Recording: The webinar section will be recorded live. All those who register to attend will be sent a link to the recording after the event.
For full details and to register for a free place or to receive a copy of the recording please visit