Archive for March, 2010
The National Association for the Teaching of Drama has very generously made available their entire existing archive of Journal for Drama in Education, stretching back nearly twenty years. We have started the process of digitizing the archive, to view the journals as they come online please visit the archive webpage. The Journal for Drama in […]
Throughout the year we organise and run weekend residential training courses in mantle of the expert. Currently these are run at Ringsfield Hall in Suffolk, however, we have plans to begin running courses at further locations across the country. Please keep an eye on the website for more information.
Residential courses are ideal for both newcomers and experienced users. Running from Friday night until Sunday lunchtime, they contain a series of practical workshops that explore all the fundamental skills of drama, planning and teaching needed to teach MoE successfully in the classroom.
Throughout the year we organise and run weekend residential training courses in mantle of the expert at Ringsfield Hall in Suffolk. These course are ideal for both newcomers and experienced users. Running from Friday night until Sunday lunchtime, they contain a series of practical workshops that explore all the fundamental skills of drama, planning and teaching needed to teach MoE successfully in the classroom.
There is a great deal happening at the moment, both nationally and internationally in regards to the development of mantle of expert and education in general. Very soon, possibly as soon as May, there is going to be a general election. Inevitably education is going to be high on the agenda of all the political parties and we hope whoever wins they will continue the movement towards integrated learning and the focus on the importance of speaking and listening.
We welcome the publication of the new primary curriculum, in particular the emphasis on developing the skills of literacy, numeracy and ICT across the curriculum and the conception of learning as a process of developing meaning and understanding…
Super Seminars (www.superseminars.co.uk) is a new approach to professional and school development, especially for Heads, Senior Managers and Curriculum Coordinators. 17 leaders in their curriculum fields have agreed to give presentations tailored to the specific concerns of seminar delegates including Curriculum Purpose and Design, Critical and Creative Thinking, Learning to Learn, PLTS, Philosophy with Children, and many more at the forefront of curriculum development.
Call for Papers & Proposals
WCCES (World Council of Comparative Education Societies)
XIV World Congress
Bordering, Re-Bordering and New Possibilities in Education and Society
Bogazici University, Istanbul, 14th – 18th June 2010