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everyone at @SocietyET for organising such a great day!” Ysolina Arvelo


is really ready to be coached. Sally Dicketts agreed, adding that effective coaching cannot be judgemental. Panellists also agreed that powerful coaching had to be strictly confidential. Author and educator David Didau (pictured below right) delivered the afternoon keynote, discussing what teachers and trainers can learn from cognitive psychology.


His talk was as informative and challenging as it was amusing, covering issues such as the illusion of knowledge (thinking we know stuff we don’t really know), desirable difficulties (challenges that encourage learning), and teaching practices such as spacing and retrieval practice to facilitate longer-term learning. As for my own reflection on the day as a whole, what


really struck me was how ‘right’ the SET Conference feels in terms of its fit with the professional interests and needs of further education teachers and trainers. This was only the second SET Conference, but it feels so much more established as one of the biggest and most important events in the FE calendar.


The Skills & Education Group and Skills Forward. SET WOULD LIKE TO THANK THE SPONSORS OF THE SET CONFERENCE


“Thank you @BarbaraQuality for reminding us of the highlights of the #SETCONF19. Thank you all the speakers who took part and


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