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The top tweet that popped up on 5,791 people’s Twitter timelines was from the SET team:


It was dark when the team arrived at the Vox this morning, but thankfully our alarms all went off on time!


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#SETCONF19” Esam Baboukhan


sees this tweet.” Major Jim Crompton,


“Thank you for an amazing day at the #SETCONF19. Sitting on the train just across from @Sally Dicketts wanting to thank her for a great panel session, but she has her earphones in, so I hope she


Chair of the SET Management Board


main afternoon session in the main hall. The panellists were Sally Dicketts, chief executive of Activate Learning group; Anshi Singh, a computer science lecturer at Reading College and a campaigner promoting opportunities for young people, particularly those from black and minority ethnic backgrounds (@TeachAnshi); Steven Spence, teaching and learning innovator at The Sheffield College, and Nafisah Graham-Brown, head of life-skills and community at London-based learning provider ELATT. It was chaired by the ETF’s director of communications and marketing, Mark Brooks. Panellists explored the difference between


mentoring (generally a more senior colleague in the same institution or profession offering career and


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professional guidance) and coaching (a person not necessarily from your institution or profession who supports you working through issues you face to come up with your own approaches). Anshi, who is pictured on the cover of this issue and opposite, spoke about her journey and how a government-funded coaching programme for diverse educators greatly increased her confidence levels, leading to her currently studying for a Masters degree in Applied Educational Leadership and Management at University College London. “When I migrated from India, I never thought I would be sitting here today,” she told delegates. Anshi said that effective coaching happens only when a person


my day. Those who have been in education for a long time will know Geoff Petty – a legend!


“This really made


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