Following on from the success and interest in the ‘Lippy Kids’ insight workshop at the 2015 SSAT National Conference, Ian Wigston joins an impressive lineup at the Head 2 Head conference at the Baltic Centre, Newcastle to present a follow up session.
Ian, a leading expert in field of diagnostic profiling, is the only non-teacher speaking on the day. The workshop builds on the findings from the Lippy Kids project by exploring the importance of differentiation in the classroom by style as well as level; the way that teachers are trained to teach. Bright Field are also about to run a workshop for parents to extend this work further and involve the students’ families in reinforcing the approach their teachers are taking.
For more information about ‘Lippy Kids’ and how this work might benefit your organisation please contact Bright Field on 01787 464560