Have been listening/watching all morning to the live video stream from the Learning Without Frontiers 12 (#lwf12) Conference in London and feel immensely stimulated by what I am hearing. I do so hope that Mr Gove is watching.
Sorry but I just can’t bring myself to write much about this. I am recording it here for posterity really. Just wanted to record the moment in England’s education history when satisfactory wasn’t … wasn’t satisfactory I mean. This from the BBC Education News. I had to go to the […]
My Twitter friends … specifically in the is case @nightzookeeper … come up with information that I feel that I would never come across in any other way. ‘Sweden debuts first classroom-less school’ This is a great example of what I mean and is a wonderful example of the potential […]
Sunday evening television and a chance to visit places and ideas about the countryside with the BBC programme Countryfile. The embedding of natural sculptures into the Wolds of East Yorkshire was fascinating and I can’t wait to get out and walk the route to see developments. But what really attracted […]
‘Time and tide wait for no man’ – originally St. Marher, 1225 At the North of England Education Conference in Leeds today Mr Twigg appears to have discovered Sir Ken Robinson: He told delegates: “On a conceptual level, many schools are still organised like factories. The workers down tools when […]