Learning by Questions Autumn Conference: rebuilding trust in EdTech, from evidence to implementation.
We set out to develop a classroom application that would support teachers to increase learning by 30 to 40% in an academic year.
Pre-launch studies by the Institute for Effective Education (IEE) suggested that LbQ was capable of that.
But we went further, conducting a £1million Feedback Project across more than 10 local authorities as well as a random control trial in opportunity areas conducted by Liverpool John Moores University.
Schools reported "revolutionary" results and at Easter, just five months after starting, several classes had already exceeded their year's objectives.
LbQ is now being used in many hundreds of schools and the number grows daily.
We are inviting senior leadership to see the independent research for themselves and hear from those local authorities, headteachers and teachers whose schools have made substantial progress.
Multi award-winning innovator Learning by Questions is celebrating with a series of hands-on workshops and short, powerful talks from key members of the education community collaborating on this life-changing application.
- Sir Kevan Collins - Retiring CEO Education Endowment Foundation
- Baroness Estelle Morris - Former Secretary of State for Education and Skills
- Debbie Lyons - Bolton SICT Local Authority
- Stephen Cox & Emma Tranter - Ribblesdale High School
- Fiona Spellman - CEO SHINE Trust
- Andrew Done - TES primary teacher of the year finalist
Includes Lunch and a teacher planning book worth £25 for each delegate.