Events CPD Training
Demystyfing Economic and Finance education
5July 2021 5-6pm
In the second of a new series of expert led webinars designed to build your subject knowledge we are delighted to welcome Ann Whittaker from the Bank of England.
Learn about the role of the Bank as a key instution in the UK economy and how developing financial education is key to addressing the teaching requirements of the Citizenship Programmes of Study and GCSE specifications.
Conspiracy Theories in the Classroom
15 July 2021 5-6pm
Conspiracy theories and disinformation are on the rise. As many of us know it can be difficult speaking to adults who believe in conspiracies, but what do you do when a student raises one in the classroom?
This CPD session addresses conspiracy theories and disinformation in schools. The session aims to build teacher confidence and offers practical strategies to help you deal with moments when pupils raise conspiracy theories or disinformation in the classroom.
The session is being led by Jeremy Hayward from UCL.
CPD Conference: How do select committees work? How can pupils get involved?
This event has already taken place
See the conference presentations and resources (Member resources)
This online conference took place on Friday 19 March 2021 hosted by ACT and UK Parliament's Education and Engagement team. We explored how UK Parliament and citizens hold those in power to account through Select Committees. Find out how your pupils can get involved. Hear from a range of guest speakers including:
- Baroness Martha Lane-Fox, Chair of Covid 19 Committee
- UK Parliament Select Committee Engagement Team
- ACT Teaching Ambassadors.
GCSE Citizenship Studies Teacher Support Network
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