Oxford Policy Management consultants speaking at 2017 UKFIET conference
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September 2017

Several consultants from OPM’s Education team are speaking at the 2017 UKFIET conference (5-7 September 2017). The biennial conference takes place in Oxford, and this year’s theme is ‘Learning and Teaching for Sustainable Development: Curriculum, Condition and Context’. 

In another competitive year for abstracts, 13 consultants from OPM will be presenting and sharing their research and thinking with other education specialists from across the world: the UKFIET conference brings together representatives of bilateral and multilateral agencies, consultancy firms, international NGOs and universities.

Below is the list of panels on which representatives of OPM will be speaking, as well as those from the OPM-led project Education, Data, Research and Evaluation in Nigeria (EDOREN). For more information, the full timetable can be found on the UKFIET website, which also has further details about the conference. 

From Systems Change to Better Early Learning Outcomes: Emerging Lessons from a Four-Country Research Program
Tuesday 5 September, 2pm
Katherine Merseth (Research Triangle Institute), Shawn Powers (World Bank), Baela Jamil (PAL Network), Monazza Aslam (IDEAS), Joanna Härmä (Centre for International Education, University of Sussex - speaking about an OPM project)

Improving teacher effectiveness in Sub-Saharan Africa: implications for sustainability of teacher INSET models in Tanzania and Ghana
Tuesday 5 September, 4pm
Nicola Ruddle (Oxford Policy Management), Leslie Casely-Hayford (Associates for Change), Ian MacAuslan (Oxford Policy Management).

Private schools, inclusion and learning: evidence from Lagos, Nigeria
Wednesday 6 September, 8.30am
Shweta Bahri (Oxford Policy Management), Michele Binci (Oxford Policy Management), Vegard Iversen (Manchester University), Rachel Outhred (Oxford Policy Management), Alina Lipcan (Oxford Policy Management).

Enabling Sustainable Continuous Professional Development for All Teachers in Tanzania
Wednesday 6 September, 11am
Daniel Waistell (Cambridge Education (EQUIP-Tanzania)), Vincent Katabalo (Cambridge Education (EQUIP-Tanzania)), Wilberforce Meena (Tanzania Institute of Education), Georgina Rawle (Oxford Policy Management).

Measuring learning and equity across and within countries
Wednesday 6 September, 1.30pm
Patrick Montjourides (NORRAG), Nadir Altinok (Université de Lorraine), Rachita Daga (Oxford Policy Management), Matthew Powell (Oxford Policy Management), Stuart Cameron (Oxford Policy Management), Mo Adefeso-Olateju (TEP Centre).

The importance and challenge of measuring non-cognitive skills: Using rubric-marking and pair-wise comparison to evaluate innovative teaching methods
Thursday 8 September, 11am
Jana Bischler (Oxford Policy Management), Paul Jasper (Oxford Policy Management), Karin de Rooij (MUVA), Peter-Sam Hill (Oxford Policy Management).

Identifying and Recruiting Effective Primary School Teachers in Northern Nigeria
Thursday 8 September, 11am
Terry Allsop (EDOREN), Oladele Akogun (EDOREN), Michael Watts (EDOREN).

Follow #UKFIETconf on Twitter for all the latest about the conference, or find out more about OPM’s education work and expertise.

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Oxford Policy Management consultants speaking at 2017 UKFIET conference

September 2017

Several consultants from OPM’s Education team are speaking at the 2017 UKFIET conference (5-7 September 2017). The biennial conference takes place in Oxford, and this year’s theme is ‘Learning and Teaching for Sustainable Development: Curriculum, Condition and Context’. 

In another competitive year for abstracts, 13 consultants from OPM will be presenting and sharing their research and thinking with other education specialists from across the world: the UKFIET conference brings together representatives of bilateral and multilateral agencies, consultancy firms, international NGOs and universities.

Below is the list of panels on which representatives of OPM will be speaking, as well as those from the OPM-led project Education, Data, Research and Evaluation in Nigeria (EDOREN). For more information, the full timetable can be found on the UKFIET website, which also has further details about the conference. 

From Systems Change to Better Early Learning Outcomes: Emerging Lessons from a Four-Country Research Program
Tuesday 5 September, 2pm
Katherine Merseth (Research Triangle Institute), Shawn Powers (World Bank), Baela Jamil (PAL Network), Monazza Aslam (IDEAS), Joanna Härmä (Centre for International Education, University of Sussex - speaking about an OPM project)

Improving teacher effectiveness in Sub-Saharan Africa: implications for sustainability of teacher INSET models in Tanzania and Ghana
Tuesday 5 September, 4pm
Nicola Ruddle (Oxford Policy Management), Leslie Casely-Hayford (Associates for Change), Ian MacAuslan (Oxford Policy Management).

Private schools, inclusion and learning: evidence from Lagos, Nigeria
Wednesday 6 September, 8.30am
Shweta Bahri (Oxford Policy Management), Michele Binci (Oxford Policy Management), Vegard Iversen (Manchester University), Rachel Outhred (Oxford Policy Management), Alina Lipcan (Oxford Policy Management).

Enabling Sustainable Continuous Professional Development for All Teachers in Tanzania
Wednesday 6 September, 11am
Daniel Waistell (Cambridge Education (EQUIP-Tanzania)), Vincent Katabalo (Cambridge Education (EQUIP-Tanzania)), Wilberforce Meena (Tanzania Institute of Education), Georgina Rawle (Oxford Policy Management).

Measuring learning and equity across and within countries
Wednesday 6 September, 1.30pm
Patrick Montjourides (NORRAG), Nadir Altinok (Université de Lorraine), Rachita Daga (Oxford Policy Management), Matthew Powell (Oxford Policy Management), Stuart Cameron (Oxford Policy Management), Mo Adefeso-Olateju (TEP Centre).

The importance and challenge of measuring non-cognitive skills: Using rubric-marking and pair-wise comparison to evaluate innovative teaching methods
Thursday 8 September, 11am
Jana Bischler (Oxford Policy Management), Paul Jasper (Oxford Policy Management), Karin de Rooij (MUVA), Peter-Sam Hill (Oxford Policy Management).

Identifying and Recruiting Effective Primary School Teachers in Northern Nigeria
Thursday 8 September, 11am
Terry Allsop (EDOREN), Oladele Akogun (EDOREN), Michael Watts (EDOREN).

Follow #UKFIETconf on Twitter for all the latest about the conference, or find out more about OPM’s education work and expertise.