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 to illustrate his argument. Rejoin The Revolution! Ideas such as progressive teaching, […]

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Re-imagining School – Learning Exchange (LEX) event 24th June, London

 Centre for Personalised Education Learning Exchange (LEX) - Alternative Educational Futures Series:

Re-imagining School.

  Saturday 24th June 2017 1000 for 1030-1700

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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

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

Livelab Resources

Our good friend Dr Tim Rudd is growing his new Livelab Organisation. Tim's posted a host of excellent resources already to the Livelab site.www.livelab.org.uk Tim is author

University fees, the Open University and the DIY student

With the recession and impending hikes in university fees and costs it perhaps a good time to take stock and look at some other options. Contrary to what many

IALA – International Association of Learning Alternatives Blog

IALA - International Association of Learning Alternatives Blog Some interesting items on the IALA blog Blueprint School by Wayne Jennings I’ve waited for years for this marvelous book, Lives of Passion,

BBC: London set for Swedish schools

London set for Swedish schools  By Angela Harrison. Education reporter, BBC News  http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/education/8419291.stm   Academies are seen as a main vehicle for driving up standards  A private Swedish company is to open

Call for Evidence: Personalisation of education and learning

We received the following in December and are currently responding to it. However, we would encourage as many of the network who feel able to do likewise. As you

Guardian: PM promises private school style education for all under new reforms

Polly Curtis, education editor guardian.co.uk, Monday 29 June 2009 17.28 BST Gordon Brown guarantees an education individually tailored for each child, but parents could be fined if they refuse

PRNewswire-FirstCall: Microsoft Introduces New Ways to Help Teachers Personalize Learning at the National Educational Computing Conference 2009.

Microsoft Introduces New Ways to Help Teachers Personalize Learning at the National Educational Computing Conference 2009. WASHINGTON, June 29 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ -- This week at the National Educational Computing Conference

Book: Life Learning. Lessons from the Educational Frontier.

While education and learning continues to struggle to meet personal, family and societal need its so refreshing to read some solid common sense. The world has and is

Life Learning

While this country treats its children and young people so shoddily (see post below) perhaps politicians could just take some time out from the soundbites and politics and

Howard Gardner – The Next Big Thing

We've all heard of Howard Gardner's work on multiple intelligences. His article in the influential US Magazine and Blog 'Foreign Policy'- global magazine of economics, politics and ideas

Futurelab: E-news issue 57 April 2009

Two interesting items caught the eye. New handbook: Curriculum and teaching innovation Aimed at educational leaders involved in curriculum and teaching innovation, this new handbook provides guidance for exploring the

Membership: Centre for Personalised Education – Personalised Education Now

Personalised Education Now welcomes members, both individuals and groups, who support and promote its vision. Its membership includes educators in learning centres, home educating settings, schools, colleges and

PEN Sedbergh Learning Exchange and EHP Book Introduction – September 6th 2008

The Centre for Personalised Education - Personalised Education Now and Educational Heretics Press held the latest learning exchange in Sedbergh on September 6th 2008. This continues our current

Futurelab e-news items August 2008

PEN comment: as usual a great range of activity from Futurelab. Good to see some familiar faces at the Challenging Learner Voice Conference.   Million Futures: what are your hopes

CPE-PEN: Flotsam and Jetsam – Special Measures Extra!

US Exams Company to be put into Special Measures? “… schools have to revolve around the demands of simplistic little tests made on their pupils; where those tests can

PEN Sedbergh Learning Exchange and EHP Book Introduction – September 6th 2008

The Centre for Personalised Education - Personalised Education Now and Educational Heretics Press willl be holding a learning exchange in Sedbergh on Setember 6th 2008. This continues our current

Personalised Learning: Taking Choice Seriously. Educational Heretics Press latest book.

Personalised Learning: Taking Choice Seriously edited by Mark Webster. What happens if you start to take choice in education seriously? This was the theme of a challenging

Personalised Learning: Taking Choice Seriously. Educational Heretics Press latest book.

Personalised Learning: Taking Choice Seriously edited by Mark Webster. What happens

Campaign for Learning policy briefings: Learning to Learn Conference

Britannia Sachas Hotel, Tib Street , Piccadilly, Manchester M4 1SH 24 April 2008This conference will look at the research background of learning to learn

PEN Learning Exchange – April 6th 2008 Lougbrough

A big thank you to everyone who turned out for the learning exchange despite the early morning snow storm. We had a really stimulating day. Thanks to Alan Clawley

Futurelab Research Discussion Day at RIBA 20th March – Learning Spaces

You can track my comments on the learning Spaces aspects of this day in the FLUX blog

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