Bucking the Trend — What
Works for Boys
14–15 September 2017
Prince Alfred College
Kent Town, Adelaide, South Australia
“Observation and theory get on best when they are mixed together, both helping one another in the pursuit of truth.” — Sir Arthur Eddington, 1934
"In education, 'What works?' is rarely the right question, for the simple reason that in education, just about everything works somewhere, and nothing works everywhere.” — Dylan William, 2016
Join us in Adelaide, South Australia, for the IBSC Regional Conference at Prince Alfred College, 14 – 15 September 2017. Gather with educators from a range of backgrounds to explore the theme Bucking the Trend — What Works for Boys? This two-day event will stimulate discussion of current educational issues, research, and literature about what works for boys.
Featuring keynote addresses by leading educational researchers and thought leaders, this conference will challenge some commonly accepted educational views. Participate in workshops and share best practice about what really works for boys.
Bucking the Trend targets teachers and school leaders committed to learning more about the best practices for boys’ learning. Presentations and workshops will generate informed reflection and discussion about boys’ education. To maximize impact and deepen learning, we encourage educators to attend as school teams.
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