The National Modern Foreign Languages Conference 2021 will assess the latest best practice methods and strategies to enhance MFL teaching provision and improve attainment for all MFL pupils, and ensuring these efforts are in line with the latest Ofsted inspection framework.
An update will be provided on the Department for Education commissioned MFL subject content review, and plans for the 2022 exams and assessments.
Attendees will also discuss how to overcome the challenges around progress due to the COVID-19 school closures, and explore the future of MFL teaching and learning including through online provisions and the use of technology, and what catch-up provisions look like for language learning skills.
Day 1 of this year’s Conference will focus on providing you the latest policy and exam guidance updates, while Day 2 will offer engaging workshop sessions to offer you innovative and creative practical ideas for your online and classroom based pedagogy.
How does an Online IG Interactive Conference work?
- A full day event delivered via an interactive online platform
- Opportunities for virtual networking and discussion
- Speaker sessions delivered with live presentations and resources
- Live interaction tools and dedicated discussion groups
- Varied formats and screen breaks to support an engaging experience
- Post-event resources to facilitate implementation of key takeaways
Key Features of an IG Online Conference
This Conference is specifically designed for Secondary Schools. Typical job titles will include:
- Assistant Headteachers
- Assistant Heads of Languages
- Class Teachers
- Curriculum Leads for MFL
- Directors of MFL
- Directors of Languages
- Faculty Leaders – MFL
- Heads of MFL
- Heads of Department
- Heads of French
- Heads of German
- Heads of Spanish
- Heads of Languages
- Languages Teachers
- Subject Leads