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   Guiding Young People after Terrorist Attacks. Edith W. King

  Guiding Young People after Terrorist Attacks.

Prof Edith W. King                 email:  ekingwm@hotmail.com

Our dear friend and colleague Edith King writes from the USA once more

Rejoin The Revolution! Paul Henderson

Paul challenges the schooling system to look at alternative education for the answers to personalised learning and assessment. In doing so he looks at best practice in music education

New Book: Positive Peace in Schools Tackling Conflict and Creating a Culture of Peace in the Classroom

Book Review: Tim Rudd and Ivor F. Goodson, Editors. Negotiating Neoliberalism -Developing Alternative Educational Visions.

Book Review:  Tim Rudd and Ivor F. Goodson, Editors. Negotiating Neoliberalism -Developing

Alternative Educational Visions.   Sense Publishers (2017) 210 pp.

Negotiating Neoliberalism: Developing Alternative Educational Visions.

Rudd, T. & Goodson, I. F. [Eds.] (2017).

Negotiating Neoliberalism: Developing Alternative Educational Visions. Sense Publishers. Rotterdam/Boston/Taipei.

Negotiating Neoliberalism Rudd &

TED Talks. Linda Liukas: A delightful way to teach kids about computers

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Toxic Schooling – Kindle Edition Offer

Knowledge is power Educational Heretics Press: announces a new KINDLE publication

“Toxic Schooling: How schools Became Worse”

by Professor Clive Harber

Available until

LEARNING VERSUS SCHOOLING: A Comparison of Philosophies By: Don Glines, PhD

Great to her from Don in this New Year. His insight is as clear as ever and the context in the USA has so much resonance

Learning About Social Class: A Global Issue Today

Learning About Social Class: A Global Issue Today Edith W. King, Educational Sociologist

Sociologists recognize that inequalities spring from the social structures and social processes that create,

Why Daydreaming is Critical to Effective Learning

We believe open road best education for our children

We beieve open road best education for our children

PUBLISHED: Express Newspaper Wed, Jun 24, 2015

Seven Sins of Our System of Forced Education

Seven Sins of Our System of Forced Education By Peter Gray, Ph.D. /

How Early Academic Training Retards Intellectual Development

How Early Academic Training Retards Intellectual Development Academic skills are best learned when a person wants them and needs them. Post published by Peter Gray on Jun

BOOK REVIEW: Rothermel, P. (Ed)(2015) International Perspectives on Home Education.

Wendy Charles-Warner from the Centre for Personalised Education has reviewed the latest offering from Paula Rothermel on Home Education. It is a impressive (and currently very

Creative Schools: The Grassroots Revolution That’s Transforming Education

Sir Ken Robinson's latest book offering (April 2015) has been eagerly awaited and lauded  http://www.theguardian.com/books/2015/apr/23/creative-schools-revolutionising-education-from-the-ground-up-ken-robinson-lou-aronica-review. Sir Ken has certainly stirred up educational debate over recent years and provided

Center for Teaching and Learning, Maine.

From PBS Newshour, USA. April 29th 2015.

‘World’s best teacher’ does not believe in tests and quizzes

April 29, 2015 at 6:15 PM EDT

Are You Ready to Join the Slow Education Movement?

Are You Ready to Join the Slow Education Movement? Shelley Wright I came across this article via the MINDSHIFT blog originating from POWERFUL LEARNING PRACTICE. I remember reading

Make School a Democracy. Prof. David Kirp. New York Times

Make School a Democracy. Prof. David Kirp. New York Times. Feb 28th 2015. NY Times. Sunday Review Opinion. http://www.nytimes.com/2015/03/01/opinion/sunday/make-school-a-democracy.html?_r=1&utm_source=3-1&utm_campaign=11%2F23%2F2014&utm_medium=email

ARMENIA, Colombia — IN a one-room

The BIG Problem with the Scientific Analysis of Education. Paul Henderson

It is generally agreed that education policy should be informed by legitimate peer reviewed scientific research arrived at through evidence based rational thinking. There is no doubt in

BOOK REVIEWS Josh Gofford and Hazel Clawley

Personalised Learning for Young People with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties by Andrew Colley published by Jessica Kingsley 2013 Andrew Colley has written a book which will be very inspiring,

There’s nothing irregular about flexi-schooling

There's nothing irregular about flexi-schooling

Our rigid, semi-privatised British education system doesn’t seem to like it, but part-time learning is great for kids. From the Guardian

The PAH Continuum: Pedagogy, Andragogy & Heutagogy

The following article appeared in as a guest post in Heutagogy Community of Practice http://heutagogycop.wordpress.com/2013/03/04/the-pah-continuum-pedagogy-andragogy-heutagogy/ It follows from Paul Henderson’s mention of andragogy – which some, may not be familiar with. Fred

A Much Better World: From fast food pedagogy to Michelin star andragogy

A Much Better World: From fast food pedagogy to Michelin star andragog. Paul Henderson Paul's latest thoughts will resonate with so many of us who have been teachers. He

Social Thought on Education – Edith W King

Another good friend Edith W King has  her new e-book published. It's the 2nd edition of Social Thought on Education.

Social Thought on Education

2nd Edition

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