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The Education Workforce Council’s winter of events continues
Following on from the successful ‘Moving from non-racist to anti-racist practice’ event last month, the Education Workforce Council (EWC) is hosting two more events to support professional learning and raise awareness of key areas within the education field.
The Education Workforce Council (EWC) launched its latest Good Practice Guide at its ‘Moving from non-racist to anti-racist practice’ event last month. The document focusses on addressing racism and attempts to support registrants in understanding how their behaviours and practice can help to create inclusive and welcoming environments for leaners and young people.
Over the next few months, the EWC will host two more events to support professional learning and raise awareness of key areas in the field of education.
Professionally Speaking 2022 with Prof. Yong Zhao – Students as owners of learning and partners of educational change – 26 January 2022, 19:00-20:30
Hosted by critically acclaimed international thought leader, educator, and renowned author Professor Yong Zhao, this unmissable event looks to bring the learner back to the centre of practice by looking at learners as the driving force for educational change. In his keynote, he’ll invite attendees to consider the significance of learner diversity, learner intention, and learner engagement in educational changes, particularly after the COVID-19 pandemic.
Everyone’s a leader – so what does that look like? – A masterclass with Dr Lyn Sharratt – 1 February 2022, 14:00-16:00
Hosted by accomplished professor, researcher, author and presenter Dr Lyn Sharratt, this masterclass will examine high-impact practices that ensure all leaders, practitioners and learners are growing, achieving and experiencing well-being. Find out more about these events and register to attend.
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New guide to help tackle racism in education released
The Education Workforce Council (EWC) has published its latest
Good Practice Guide centred around tackling racism.
The guide, which has received formal endorsement from Show Racism the Red Card (SRtRC) and BAMEed Wales, was launched to coincide with a joint EWC, Educators Wales, BAMEed event ‘Moving from non-racist to anti-racist practice: promoting racial equity in education’.
The latest in a series of good practice guides, the document aims to support all registrants to understand how their behaviours and practice can help to create inclusive and welcoming environments for learners and young people.
It clearly outlines the steps which can be taken in identifying and addressing issues of racism as well how to promote equality – all in line with the responsibilities set out in the EWC Code of Professional Conduct and Practice.
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