Webinar Duration: 47 minutes (approx.)
This webinar will provide headteachers, senior leaders, governors and teachers with expert insight into the changing role of teachers as we emerge into a post-pandemic world, highlighting the importance of teacher agency over key areas of education, including curriculum, pedagogy and assessment.
Teacher agency – the extent to which the profession has control over decisions relating to teaching and learning – has been the focus of considerable attention as global trends in educational policy shift towards the active involvement of teachers in curricular improvement. However, freedom to effect change depends on a range of conditions, including a supportive school culture and systems.
In this webinar Dr Phil Lambert, award-winning leader of education review and reform in Australia, author and international education expert, offers a fresh perspective on the teaching profession, discussing the role of teachers as agents of change, and the factors which can facilitate or frustrate their engagement with curriculum policy in primary settings.