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Attend this informative session to clarify your understanding around what teachers can and should do during the election period

Attend this informative session to clarify your understanding around Political impartiality for teachers during a general election.

About this event

The upcoming general election promises a engaging time for citizenship students. But for citizenship teachers, navigating the potential pitfalls of political impartiality during this period can be a challenge.

This free CPD session, designed specifically for teachers, will equip you with the knowledge and tools to confidently guide your students through the political landscape and clarify your understanding around Political impartiality for teachers during a general election.

Presenters, Professor Lee Jerome from Middlesex University and ACT's Head of Education, Zoe Baker have undertaken a wide range of work on how to remain impartial when teaching political issues. Explore the principles of impartiality and how to maintain this across your teaching and curriculum. Explore scenarios and establish what good practice looks like. Above all, gain expert advice and a clear understanding of political impartiality guidelines for teachers during a general election.

 

 

When
June 18th, 2024 from  5:00 PM to  6:00 PM
Location
Online
United Kingdom