The Friends of the Newsam Library and Archives are holding a study afternoon on Thursday 26th January 2012 on Teachers: from the Revised Code to ‘The Importance of Teachers’.
Full programme details are:
|12.00pm-12.30pm||Welcome and introductions to collections held by the Library and Archives (Becky Webster)|
|12.30pm-1.30pm||Professor Gary McCulloch – ‘Teachers and the secret garden of the curriculum’|
|1.30pm-2.30pm||Dr David Crook – Teacher Education in History of Education: retrospect and prospect|
|3.00pm-4.00pm||Kathy Baker and Hilary Morris ‘The legacy of the GTC’|
|4.00pm-5.00pm||Past, present and future research: Discussion chaired by Professor Wendy Robinson|
Tea and coffee will be available from 11.30am. The event is supported by the Friends of the Newsam Library and Archives and is free to attend. It will be held in the Library Teaching Room. Numbers are limited so if you would like to come please contact me by Friday 6th January 2012 at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 020 7612 6983.
If you would like to find out more about the Friends, or join us, please contact me or pick up our new newsletter from the exhibition area just outside the library entrance.