Evidence informed practice for EAL
Our 26th Annual Conference
November 17th 2018 | Leeds Beckett University
Cloth Hall Court | Quebec Street | Leeds | West Yorkshire
Registration | Exhibition | Refreshments
10:00 – 16:30
Conference | #naldic26
16:35 – 16:55
NALDIC AGM 2018
NALDIC’s 26th annual conference will consider how EAL practice in schools should be informed by academic evidence. The day will provide an opportunity to network with other professionals in the EAL field and purchase resources exhibited by NALDIC and a selection of other publishers.
Evidence informed practice for EAL – who, what, where and when?
Jane Andrews & Maryam Almohammad | University of the West of England, Bristol | @AlmohamadMaryam
Creative Arts and Supporting EAL Development: Whole School, Learner and Subject Level Approaches
Hannah Issa | Abraham Moss Community School
(KS3 / KS4 / Teacher Development)
Moving Advanced Bilingual Learners Along the ‘Language Continuum’ – Practical Strategies & Theory inspired by Pauline Gibbons
Katherine Solomon | The Bell Foundation
Assessing proficiency in English of EAL learners within Early Years Foundation
Workshops will be available for sign up on a first-come-first-served basis on the day, after delegates have signed in at the Registration Desk. It is not possible to select workshops in advance of the conference.
Student Voice : informing EAL Practice and Research
Therese O’Sullivan | Leeds City Council
Emily Garratt | Milton Keynes EMA Network
Claudine Bowyer-Crane | Senior Lecturer, University of York
Helen Sadig | Excellence and Innovation Fellow, University of Leeds
Kelly Wilkinson | Headteacher, Malton Community Primary School
There will be an exhibition during the day, with stands from the following:
More organisations exhibiting at the conference will be published here as they are confirmed …
Members will be able to scroll down for AGM documentation, once published.
Watch this page for further details of Speakers, Workshops and more!
PLEASE NOTE: The above may be subject to change, due to unforeseen circumstances.