Breakout Session 1: Learning & TeachingThe workshop showcased examples of good practice in promoting the duties through learning and teaching.
Each presenter discussed an example of good practice around a specific duty, for example, well-being and indicated how that relates to meeting their duties in the other areas. They highlighted what has worked and what challenges lie ahead.
Contributors to the workshop included: Sir Keith Ajegbo, Former Headteacher and author of Diversity and Citizenship Curriculum Review; Tony Breslin, Chief Executive, Citizenship Foundation; Hetan Shah, Chief Executive, DEA; and Robert Cheesman, Professional Assistant, Secondary Education, Equality and Professional Development, NUT. The workshop was chaired by Mary Stiasny, Assistant Director: Learning and Teaching, Institute of Education
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Who Do We Think We Are by Sir Keith Ajegbo, Former Headteacher and author of Diversity and Citizenship Curriculum Review
Developing the Citizenship-Rich School by Tony Breslin, Chief Executive, Citizenship Foundation