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 potential collaborators.  If you might be interested, please contact alex@raggeduniversity.com to find out more.   editors@libed.org.uk

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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

Una: Building Peaceable Communities: The Power of Early Childhood

 Thursday 12th May 2011 - Saturday 14th May 2011 Building Peaceable Communities: The Power of Early Childhood Venue: Amsterdam, The Netherlands We are delighted to invite you to attend and

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:

How Taking Classes Online Can Help You Personalise Your Education

How Taking Classes Online Can Help You Personalise Your Education By-line: This guest post is contributed by Katheryn Rivas, who writes on the topics of online universities.  She welcomes

Independent: Employers want apprentices, not graduates

By Richard Garner, The Independent Education Editor. Monday, 7 February 2011 Thousands of school-leavers may be harming their job prospects by seeking a place at university this summer. Results of

Ingenious techniques for avoiding having to confront Climate Change, including the “Spinach Pie” effect

Published on November 12, 2010, by Ben Brangwyn
This has just come through from George Marshall from

North Ayrshire Council may examine four-day school week

BBC NEWS 6 February 2011 http://tiny.cc/f35yc North Ayrshire Council may examine four-day school week The council may also consider starting primary education a year later, at the age of six

60% Of Managers Believe Gap Years Are Equally As Important As Or More Important Than Degrees When Looking For New Recruits

Press release:

60% Of Managers Believe Gap Years Are Equally As Important As Or More Important Than Degrees When Looking For New Recruits

 Gap

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

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

Guardian: The school I’d like: Are pupils’ dreams being realised?

Ten years ago, Education Guardian held a competition, The School I'd Like, offering children a chance to start setting the agenda for their own education. Did

Nurturing Learning Ecologies, Building Learning Cities

Item from AERO E- News 30.01.2011. We brought Shikshantar http://www.swaraj.org/shikshantar/ to the attention of the CPE-PEN network a number of years ago. It's great to

Elise Bouldings’s Visions of a Peace-filled World.

Elise Bouldings’s Visions of a Peace-filled World. By Edith W. King,  Educational Sociologist With thanks to Edith for sending us this piece she has written about Elise Boulding a figure

Schooling The World: The White Man’s Last Burden

Schooling The World: The White Man's Last Burden by lost people films

With thanks to Prof Ian Cunningham Self Managed Learning College

AERO E-News 27.02.11

A Suitable Learning Environment (Article)

Students at a private school help design their curriculums. Scott Waldman, Times Union (January 24th) ALBANY — Greg Henderson wanted

elearningeuropa.info Newsletter – January 2011

Some items from the elearningeuropa.info Newsletter Articles
Deadline 18 February, 2011. Changing schools, universities or

Children’s Playground Games and Songs in the Media Age

RSA Animate – Changing Education Paradigms. Sir Ken Robinson.

RSA Animate - Changing Education Paradigms. Sir Ken Robinson dialogue, RSA animation... it works well. Take a view 

Studio Schools

Studio Schools are small schools of less than 500 students focused on project-based learning and 'real work' with employers, with

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