Category Archives: Education Reform

The Course

These have to be the most insightful words I have seen written about educating children in the last two centuries! Thanks for sharing them, Dave. The Course. Advertisements

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We Have Shifted …

I have finally migrated my Thinkers Online Blog to my personal website I will leave this one here for a while so that everyone finds their way. Thanks for all your feedback and comments. I have also set up … Continue reading

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Prisoners Of Time

Sometimes, when you read something, you can believe it is just what people need to hear – until you look at the date and you wonder – Haven’t they heard this already? This happened to me during my Christmas reading, … Continue reading

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Informal Learning

I watched some videos by Jay Cross and Peter Casebow recently on the value and extent of informal learning. “What is informal learning?” I hear some of you ask. The opposite of formal learning – surely? Informal learning is not … Continue reading

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Education Reform Wordle

Click on this Wordle to see a picture of what real educational reform involves. (Excuse the specific American references). There may be no need to explain why Teachers is the largest word – we must not be afraid to embrace … Continue reading

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