Last week at the Bradford ICT Conference I did a ‘keynote’ on creativity in which I pointed out, possibly to the converted, that it was not so much what the tool (hard and/or software) was but it was what you did with it that made its use creative. This morning […]
Travelling round the country over the last couple of weeks I have had the opportunity to ask teachers, SMTs, advisors and ‘others’ what they think will influence education int he short, medium and long term. The responses were many and varied as you would expect. From teachers there was a […]
Radio 4 is a strange beast … I find myself istening to it often as I drive down the various motorways of the country. Tonight at 18.30 I listened to Rupert Sheldrake talking about ‘Morphic Resonance’ and it came to me that this is the way that we ought to […]
Many thanks to Bill Boyd for the heads up on this delightful film . The producer – James Jarvis can explain … if you don’t get it.
Image: Tree bending over backwards – Lindisfarne – April 2009 I read too much in the media about what is going (is it?) to happen to primary education in the brave new world that faces us PR (Post Rose) and was dragged in to the idea that talking to technology […]
The other man’s grass … The BBC report this morning that primary school science Sats are to go next year. As Jim Rose sets up a core of literacy, mathematics, ICT and personal skills ( I have read my way through the report now and still haven’t a clear idea of what […]
“The time has come,” the Walrus said, “To talk of many things …” and to have your say about them, it is not all ‘done and dusted’ yet. But let’s hear it for ICT as it enters the ‘core’ (where did science go?) And if you wish to get a […]