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December 2023

Early Childhood Connect & Converse: Wellbeing and involvement: 05 December

5 December @ 17:00 - 18:00 GMT

Wellbeing and involvement - using the Leuven scales | Fiona Carter 05 December 17:00 (London time) The ECIS Early Childhood Special Interest Group invite you to join us in our connect and converse sessions to revisit and rethink Early childhood education. Each month we will explore one aspect of an overarching theme. We will begin our next series of connect and converse sessions, focusing on creating cultures where educators and children can thrive. In these sessions, we will spotlight research…

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January 2024

ECIS Mentoring Four-Part Virtual Series: Part 3 – Mentorship at your school: 30 January

30 January 2024 @ 16:00 - 17:00 GMT

ECIS Mentoring Virtual Series September, November, January, & May All timings are listed in LONDON time Mentoring is the act of one individual sharing their knowledge, skills and experience, to help another person to develop and grow. This can either be professional or personal growth. A mentor can support with a number of aspects of an individual’s career, their challenges and their achievements.   ECIS is thrilled to offer a four-part Mentoring Series facilitated by the Women in Education Special…

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February 2024

MLIE Conference: 16-18 February 2024

16 February 2024 @ 08:00 - 18 February 2024 @ 17:00 GMT
The British Library, 96 Euston Road
London, London NW1 2DB. United Kingdom
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£472.50 – £525

Multilingual Learning Conference From Borders to Bridges: 40 Years of Breaking Boundaries 16-18 February 2024 | The British Library, London The 2024 MLIE Conference Theme, "From Borders to Bridges", invites educators and researchers to share their findings, journeys, experiences, strategies, successes and challenges, teaching others and learning from each other to help us all as we strive to support our students to be successful multilingual learners. By transcending boundaries, multilingual learners thrive academically and emotionally. In this MLIE conference we…

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