‘Working Wonders in School and Beyond’ Dr Matthew McFall, Researcher, Author and Trainer

Partner Morning Meeting

Curiosity, wonder and magic can really improve motivation for learning and raise standards. Matthew is living and academic proof that such approaches really do work. Probably the world’s only school-based ‘Agent of Wonder’, Matthew’s research is all about strategies and structures that generate wonder and curiosity and their effect on engagement and learning. Whether it is the creation of the awesome ‘Wonder Room’ in what was effectively a large cupboard in an inner-city school to a full scale ‘Wonder Maze’ (‘Every school should have one’ – The Guardian) to school trails of philosophical questions to ‘Cabinets of Curiosities’ full of magic and wonder, Matthew has the experience to show how all schools can use such ideas to enhance learning and motivation, the academic research to back it up and the flair as a presenter to help schools make their own magic real.

“Simply outstanding today – a breath of fresh air”. “Totally inspiring.” “An inspirational morning – you really fired everyone up and it will have a real impact in classrooms.”

Tue 12 Jun 2018

Breadsall Priory Marriott Hotel & Country Club, Moor Road, Morley, Derby, UK

Access up to 3 places at our popular termly DTSA Partner Morning Meetings Partner schools can access this at no further cost. Non DTSA Partners can attend the morning meetings at a cost of £85 per person.

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  • Times:
    8am for an 8:30am start - 11:45am
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    The meetings include a national and local update of key developments plus a significant input on a key area for development from a high quality national speaker with time for networking, round table discussion and questions.
  • Trainers:
    Dr Matthew McFall