Jo Pearson, Ed.D.

Head of Oldham Research School

Jo Pearson, Ed.D.

Dr. Jo Pearson is the Head of Oldham Research School and Teamworks School Centred Initial Teacher Training and Teaching School Alliance. She has worked in both primary and secondary settings over her 30 years in teaching but currently works to support beginning and experienced teachers. She is an MA Education lecturer at the University of Huddersfield and Leeds Beckett University and a project deliverer for increasing engagement in evidence based teaching for Manchester Metropolitan University d National College for Teaching and Leadership.

Dr. Pearson has supported 100+ schools in evidenced-based practice for effective development of ETAs cognitive load theory, metacognition &
assessment.

SESSIONS

Changing Literacy Practice in English Primary Schools: A Case Study

Implementation planning in primary schools in the UK. Lessons learned, challenges, successes. The session will present case studies from our own school and schools we have supported as a research school to change practice in key areas such as the teaching or reading and writing and developing metacognition.

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Wednesday, May 26, 2021

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3:15 PM

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International Panel: Building Implementation Literacy

This plenary panel will discuss strategies for building implementation literacy and building an implementation culture to promote effective implementation of evidence-based practices. The panel will highlight examples from the The Oldham Research School, UK, Shotton Hall Research School, Dinuba Unified School District, USA, and Salem-Kaiser School District, USA, and other schools in the Education Endowment Foundation Research School Network.

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Tuesday, May 25, 2021

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4:30 PM

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