CfL Policy events: SEN Green Paper & Early Years

The SEN Green Paper: implications for children and families 4 April 2011, 11am- 1pm £99+VAT (10% discount for Friends of The Campaign) Event Information This session, led by Chris Waterman, Editor of Children’s Services Weekly, will look at the implications […]

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MA Child Studies King’s College London

MA Child Studies King’s College London  Background to the programme Established in 1997, the Child Studies MA programme was in part a response to calls for greater interdisciplinary training for

21st Century Learning Initiative: Born to Learn animation

 Born to Learn - First animation now online   We are pleased to announce that the first animation in the series Born to Learn is

AERO E-News 13.03.2011

  RSVP to the 8th annual AERO conference,"Transforming Education & Our World," on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=149040921805523   Registration is now open!  Contents: 1) Susan Sarandon PSA (AERO) 2)

OpenEYE Campaign

The coming months will be crucial in setting a political 'climate of opinion' about early-years

Children and the Market: implications for children’s rights

International Day Conference Children and the Market: implications for children’s rights  13th April 2011 Institute of Education, Clarke Hall   10am – 5pm The term ‘the commercialisation of childhood’ makes headlines and stirs

CYPMHC Response to SEN Green Paper

The Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition responds to the government’s special educational needs green paper: Support and aspiration: A new approach to special educational needs and

AERO E-News: 08.03.2011

RSVP to the 8th annual AERO conference,"Transforming Education & Our World," on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=149040921805523   Registration is now open!  Contents: 1) Membership Special: This week only!

Literacy in the UK: Are children being allowed to fail?

 An exclusive report launched today, 3rd March, entitled “What Kids Are Reading: The Book-Reading Habits of Pupils in British Schools 2011,”  shows that primary schools have made impressive

Futurelab Newsletter Items 25.02.2011

About Explore Explorer toolkits are sets of activities that support teachers and learners in exploring co-development projects. The toolkits are flexible

Petition against school league tables for five year olds – update

Petition against school league tables for five year olds - update Pressure from the parent-initiated petition against school league tables at the end of the Early Years Foundation Stage

IALA News Spring 2011

Some great posts from Wayne Jennings in this Spring's IALA News How To Videos: Extraordinary Resource  

EdVisions Schools have

Survey Highlights The New Reality Of Studying In The U.K.

 Online learning technology is integral in enabling students to fit study around other commitments  AMSTERDAM – February 22 2011 – The student stereotype of party goers that miss lectures

What is the future of Performance Management

What is the future of Performance Management
Monday 7th March 5.30 to 7.30 pm

Monitoring Parents: Science, evidence, experts and the new parenting culture

Monitoring Parents:  Science, evidence, experts and the new parenting culture Conference organised by the new Centre for Parenting Culture Studies at the University of Kent 13th

LibEd News Flash: Ragged University

LibEd News Flash http://www.libed.org.uk

 News Flash

 Alex Dunedin of the Ragged University (www.raggeduniversity.com) will be in London until the end of February, looking for

CfL: Apprenticeships and the road to recovery

Apprenticeships and the road to recovery 23 March 2011, 11am-1pm Campaign for Learning, London Event Information £99+VAT (10% discount for Friends of The Campaign) We are delighted that David Way,

AERO E-News 18.02.2011

RSVP to the 8th annual AERO conference,"Transforming Education & Our World," on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=149040921805523   Registration is now open! Contents: 1) 10 Days Remain: Transforming Education

OPENEYE FEBRUARY 2011 UPDATE CAMPAIGN MATTERS

OPENEYE FEBRUARY 2011 UPDATE CAMPAIGN MATTERS    The most important item to report is the news that the government has now decided not to go

Should we promote behaviour change or encourage thinking?– Bill Scott

Thanks to Ben Ballin for this link A useful article from Bill Scott's blog is attached: Should we encourage behaviour change or encourage thinking? He has made these arguments before,

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

CPE-PEN Learning Exchange / AGM April 2011

  

Loughborough Learning Exchange

Sunday 3rd April 2011 

The next Learning Exchange will be our annual trip to Burleigh Community College, Loughborough. Members and

Conference: CHILDREN AT HOME

CHILDREN AT HOME Friday 18 March 2011, Geffrye Museum, London 9.30-17.30pm  While childhood itself has been the subject of scholarly interest, relatively little has been written on the place of

AERO E-News 08.02.2011

RSVP to the 8th annual AERO conference,"Transforming Education & Our World," on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=149040921805523   Registration is now open!  Contents: 1) Transforming Education & Our World:

CfL: The Education Bill – radical, but how will it work?

The Education Bill - radical, but how will it work?

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