PEN Journals

PEN Journal 1 Aut 2005

Personalised Education – Peter Humphreys
Response to Asylum Work… The Influence of Education Now!– Dr Lesley Browne
Educational Heretics Press and Education Now Books – Professor Roland Meighan
Personalised Education Now Home-based Education Research. – Mike Fortune-Wood
Book Review:Consulting Pupils: what’s in it for schools? Julia Flutter and Jean Ruddock. – Dr Bernard Trafford.
Personalised Education – Editorial Christopher Shute
Dispatches from our Grandfather Correspondent – Michael Foot
Book Review: Closing the Book on Homework, by John Buell. – Maurice Frank
Powerful Young Voices- Six young people and their mentor Brent Cameron from the Wondertree Foundation in Canada.
The Children’s Bill – Leslie Barson

PEN Journal 2 Sum 2005

Learning Instead of Government Directed Learning – Professor Roland Meighan
Book Review: Glen Buglass. Turning Points: The Impact Of Participation In Community Theatre by Neil Beddow, ed Mary Schwarz
Our Journey from Teaching to Learning – Rosie Cheer
West Midlands New Economics – Learning and Action.– Alan Clawley
Book Review: Finding Voices, Making Choices. Mark Webster & Glen Buglass (Eds). Ed Heretics Press. – Josh Gifford.
Assessment of Personalised Learning: Beyond Stultifying Testing to the Celebration of Learning. PEN Annual Conference October 2004 – Linda Fryer and Carl Wilson
One Approach to ‘Educating Otherwise’– Beverley Walker.

PEN Journal 3 Aut 2005

Landscapes, Travellers and Technology – Peter Humphreys
The Self-Managed Learning approach to personalised education.– Professor Ian Cunningham
Educational Heretics Press and Education Now Books.– Professor Roland Meighan
Book Review:Positive Childhood: Educating Young Citizens, by Mildred Masheder.– Hazel Clawley
Book Review: Comparing Learning Systems: the good, the bad, the ugly and the counter-productive. – Alan Wilkins

PEN Journal 4. 2006

Personalising Education and Year-Round Learning: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow – Don Glines
The Learner’s Charter For A Personalised Learning Environment. – The core group from the seminar series ‘Beyond the Blackboard: Digital Technologies and Learner Voice’.
The Essence of Home–Based Education.- Claire Turnham
Educational Heretics Press and Education Now Books – Professor Roland Meighan
Book Review: Reinventing Education. A ‘Thought Experiment’ by 21 authors, Edited by Vincent Nolan and Gerard Darby. – Peter Humphreys
Dispatches from our Grandfather Correspondent – Michael Foot
Case Study – Review Process for Home – based Education – Hazel Clawley
Book Review: Worlds Apart by David Gribble – Christopher Shute
The Children Who Don’t Deserve Education – Terri Dowty

PEN Journal 5. 2006.

Some children matter more than others – Bernard Haezwindt
Learner’s Rights and Responsibilities. – Extension of the Learner’s Rights and Responsibilities Declaration – Brent Cameron
Educational Heretics Press and Education Now Books– Roland Meighan
Book Review:Learner-managed Learning and Home Education: A European Perspective (2006). Edited by Leslie Safran Barson. – Alan Clawley
Book Review:The Face of Home-based Education 2: Numbers, Support, Special Needs.(2006) Mike Fortune-Wood. – Glyn Yeoman
Truancy and the Criminalisation of Youth – Christopher Shute
Book Review: Making Sense Of Citizenship: A Continuing Professional Development Handbook. Editors: Ted Huddleston and David Kerr. – Terri Dowty
Compulsory Attendance: Good Policy or Bad Policy? – Dr Steven W Simpson
New Journal: Home Education: The Journal of Home Education in the UK and Beyond. – Hazel Clawley

PEN Journal 6. 2007. RECYCLING SCHOOLS.

Recycling Schools. Compiled and Edited by Peter Humphreys.

Recycling Schools
What is wrong with schools?
Overview: Principles, Landscapes, Networks, Settings.
8 Principles of Personalisation.
Learner-Researcher-Traveller.
Learner’s Charter for a Personalised Learning Environment.
Recycling Schools.Building the landscape – starting points.
Learning Journeys and Episodes.
Community Learning Centres.
The Learning Landscape – learning all the time.
The Learning Landscape – the human resource.
Outcomes and success.
Learning Travel Agents and Guides.
Taking Choice Seriously.
Declaration of Learner’s Rights and Responsibilities.
Learner’s Rights and Responsibilities. – Extension of the Learner’s Rights and Responsibilities Declaration
The Limitations to Change.
Learning, Life and Living.
Ah but…..
Centre for Personalised Education – Personalised Education Now Policy Recommendations.
End Quotes
Suggested reading and links
Websites to broaden the mind

PEN Journal 7. 2007

Personalised Learning: Taking Choice Seriously – Philip Toogood
Hospitals don’t close for the holidays – Hazel Clawley
Learning and Growing: Creative Kids Club – Lucy Milner-Gulland
Educational Beachcomber Corner – Beachcomber
Dispatches from our Grandfather Correspondent– Michael Foot
I’m a Professional – get me out of here!– Christopher Shute
Waiting to be seen – Josh Gifford

PEN Journal 8. 2008

A Century of Invitational Learning – Chris Shute
Dispatches from our Grandfather Correspondent – Michael Foot
Educational Beachcomber and Educational Heretics Press – Roland Meighan and Beachcomber
Deschooling Cyberspace – Dougald Hine
PEN Blog and E-briefing Ezine – Peter Humphreys
Overheard in High Places – Chris Shute
Escape from Pop Pap Education – Paul Henderson
Book Reviews: John Holt by Roland Meighan – Michael Foot and Peter Holt

PEN Journal 9. 2008

Sci – Fi Nightmare Becomes Reality – Paul Henderson.
Book Review: Personalised Learning: Taking Choice Seriously – Michael Foot and Peter Holt.
Book Review: Joy Baker: Trailblazer for home-based education and personalised learning. – Hazel Clawley.
Book Review: The Standing Ground. – Chris Shute.
Book Review: How Children Learn at Home. – Alan Clawley.
Inessential Shakespeare – Philip Toogood
Flotsam and Jetsam. – Educational Beachcomber.
Are Video Games an Instrument of Violence? – Dr Andreas Oikonmou and Ben Partridge.
PEN Blog and E-briefing Ezine – Peter Humphreys.

PEN Journal 10. 2009

Marching to the Beat of a Different Drum – Alan Wilkins
Dispatches from our Grandfather Correspondent – Michael Foot
Education Research – Impact on Parents Home – Dr Leslie Safran
Home –based Education: CPE Research. – Peter Humphreys
Book Review: Weapons of Mass Instruction by John Taylor-Gatto – Dr Roland Meighan
Book Review: New Views of Society: Robert Owen for the 21st Century – Dr Glyn Yeoman
Leaving the Chalkface – an examination of the reasons and motives which influence the decision of teachers to leave the classroom – Anthony Howell
Flotsam and Jetsam. – Educational Beachcomber

PEN Journal 11. 2009

Making Inconvenient Knowledge Invisible – Prof. Ian Cunningham
Dispatches from our Grandfather Correspondent – Michael Foot
Book Reviews: Toxic Schooling: How Schools Became Worse by Prof. Clive Harber – Dr Bernard Trafford and Michael Foot.
Book Reviews: Isn’t that dangerous? African travels among academics and other wild animals by Prof. Clive Harber – Jackie Zammit
Universities as the new Grammar Schools –Prof. Ian Cunningham
Recycling Schools 1- Invitation, Choice and the Catalogue Curriculum – Dr Roland Meighan
Recycling Schools 2 – Pedagogical Revolution – Paul Henderson
Recycling Schools 3 – Evolutionary Development… letting it grow – Peter Humphreys
Ed Lines and Flotsam and Jetsam – Educational Beachcomber

PEN Journal 12. 2010.

Children make the future in the shadow of the past – Christopher Shute.
Edmond Holmes Centenary – Special Journal
Home Education Update – only a small celebration. – Leslie Barson
Dispatches from our Grandfather Correspondent. – Michael Foot
Book Review: Overschooled but Undereducated by John Abbott and Heather Mac Taggart. – Philip Toogood
Political Action. – Peter Humphreys
Edmond Holmes Centenary 1911-2011 – Special Journal
Educational Beachcomber. Flotsam and Jetsam
Eighteen Superstitions in Education. – Dr Roland Meighan

PEN Journal 13. 2010

The BBC’s Classroom Experiment – Obscuring the real issues – Peter Humphreys
100 Years War against Learning – Don Glines
Maturation – a problem for school-based education – Chris Shute
Dispatches from our Grandfather Correspondent – Michael Foot
Book Review Weapons of Mass Instruction. A Schoolteacher’s Journey Through the Dark World of Compulsory Schooling by John Taylor Gatto.- Chris Shute
The Culture of Assessment and its Alternatives – Chris Shute
The Brazilian Solution – Chris Shute
Flotsam and Jetsam – Educational Beachcomber

PEN Journal 14. 2011 EDMUND HOLMES SPECIAL

Edmond Holmes (1850-1936): A Man for Today – Michael Foot
The Breadth of Edmond Holmes – Dr Peter Cunningham
Edmond Holmes and Pink Floyd, Winston Churchill, John Holt and Others – Dr Roland Meighan
The Whistleblowers: Edmond Holmes – Chris Shute
The problem of treating young people as children – the Caterpillar to Butterfly Fallacy – Dr Ian Cunningham
Book Review: Edmond Holmes and ‘The Tragedy of Education’ (1998) – Josh Gifford

PEN Journal 15. 2011

Why schooling is a major contributor to the crisis – and what can be done about it.– Prof Ian Cunningham
Truancy – will it help to replace the present compulsory system with a voluntary one? – Annie Clegg
Educating Architects – Alan Clawley
Karl Marx and Global Poverty – A Re-awakening – Edith W. King

PEN Journal 16. 2012 FLEXISCHOOLING SPECIAL

Flexischooling, Personalisation and New learning Systems – Peter Humphreys
Hollinsclough CE VA Primary School Flexischooling Project… One Year On – Janette Mountford-Lees
An Interview with Simon East, Headteacher at Erpingham CE Primary School – Simon East
Flexischooling – Philip Toogood.
Flexischooling, the Law and Attendance Regulations – Alison Sauer
Reflections on Flexischooling – Fatima D’Oyen
Flexischooling – A Personal History – Dr Roland Meighan

PEN Journal 17. 2012 FLEXISCHOOLING GUIDANCE SPECIAL

Flexischooling, Personalisation and New learning Systems – Peter Humphreys
Hollinsclough CE VA Primary School Flexischooling Project… One Year On – Janette Mountford-Lees
Flexischooling and Autism – Clare Lawrence
Autism and Flexischooling. A Shared Classroom and Homeschooling Approach – Clare Lawrence
Book Review: Clare Lawrence (2012) Autism and Flexischooling. A Shared Classroom and Homeschooling Approach – Peter Humphreys
Our Virtual Flexischooling – Sharon Currie
An Interview with Simon East, Headteacher at Erpingham CE Primary School – Simon East
Reflections on Flexischooling – Fatima D’Oyen
Flexischooling in Arizona – Samantha Eddis
Flexischooling – Philip Toogood.
Flexischooling information for Local Authorities and Schools – Alison Sauer
Flexischooling, the Law and Attendance Regulations – Alison Sauer
Flexischooling Information for Parents and Schools– Alison Sauer
Flexischooling – Parental Satisfaction – Peter Humphreys
Flexischooling – Ofsted and other External Inspection – Peter Humphreys
Flexischooling – The Numbers – Alison Sauer
The Flexi-Mark and National Network of Flexischools – Peter Humphreys
Flexischooling – A Personal History – Dr Roland Meighan
Flexischooling Links

PEN Journal 18. 2013 CHRIS SHUTE SPECIAL

PHILIP TOOGOOD 1931 – 2012 SPECIAL EDITION
Compiled and Edited by Peter Humphreys

PEN Journal 19. 2013 PHILIP TOOGOOD SPECIAL

PHILIP TOOGOOD 1935 – 2013 SPECIAL EDITION
Compiled and Edited by Peter Humphreys

PEN journal 20. 2014 ROLAND MEIGHAN SPECIAL

ROLAND MEIGHAN 1937 – 2014 SPECIAL EDITION
Compiled and Edited by Peter Humphreys

PEN Journal 21. 2014

The Learning Sweet Spot and How to Find it – Paul Henderson
Learning not Schooling – Don Glines Ph.D
Rethinking Learning and Lives 2040: Educational Technologies and Personalised Learning Landscapes – Peter Humphreys
Book Review: Personalised Learning for Young People with Profound and Multiple Learning Difficulties by Andrew Colley – Josh Gifford

PEN Journal 22. 2015

Home Education and the Safeguarding Myth: Analysing the Facts behind the Rhetoric – Wendy Charles-Warner
Home Education and the Safeguarding Myth –Research Commentary -Dr Alan Thomas
CPE-PEN News-Peter Humphreys
A Tribute to Paul Ginnis – Dr Bernard Trafford
The Central Asia Institute – Prof. Edith W. King
What is the Point of Home Education? – Paul Henderson
Educational Heretics Press – Mike Fortune-Wood
Novel Approaches to Home-based Education – Hazel Clawley

PEN Journal 23. 2016

Welcome to Issue 23 – and a new editor – Josh Gifford
Sir Ken got it the wrong way round – Paul Henderson
Learning about Social Class – Edith King
Book Reviews:
The Teacher’s Introduction to Attachment (Nicola Marshall) – Josh Gifford
International Perspectives on Home Education (Paula Rothermel) – Wendy Charles-Warner
Centre for Personalised Education—Personalised Education Now – News. Peter Humphreys

PEN Journal 24. 2016

Home and (Sometimes School) are Where the Heart and Head Are. In his blog for the Huffington Post, posted shortly after the event, Nigel Rayment goes to the heart of the matter.

A ‘Painful Kind of Exclusion’. With her personal experience and professional perspective, Clare Lawrence explores the ‘balancing act’ of shared education.

Self-Managed Learning Made Difficult. Dr. Ian Cunningham pulls no punches in challenging assumptions about the dominant model of education (and handwriting!) and shares compelling evidence for the practice of Self- Managed Learning.

Steiner Waldorf Education: A New Paradigm for Education. Josie Alwyn and Richard House explore and express the richness and relevance of Steiner Waldorf education.

Book Review – Rethinking Learning to Read. After attending the conference book launch of Harriet Pattinson’s Rethinking Learning to Read, Hazel Clawley is inspired to read and review it for the Journal.

 

Powered by WordPress | Two Thirds Design