Archive for July, 2013

Notes on the advanced weekend in November

Monday, July 29th, 2013

The Advanced MoE weekend in November will have a strong learning and teaching focus for advanced practitioners concerning the use of language and role choices. There have been suggestions that we look into the challenges of working with other colleagues who are new to teaching and the first steps of inducting people into the system

More stories of science and mantle of the expert from Jericho

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

I am working with a team of five deeply committed science teachers in Zbeidat School for boys in Jericho area that is in fact, a long drive away from the town of Jericho itself.

Curriculum 2014 – Programmes of Study

Monday, July 22nd, 2013

Teacher Alex Crump – @alfiecrump – has compiled the complete programmes of study for the new Primary Curriculum, due to become law for non-academy primary school in September, 2014.

History Lessons Regarding

Sunday, July 14th, 2013

A little background may help people comprehend the unique opportunity I grasped to raise the profile of what I and many others believe to be one of the most significant educational inventions of all time, that of Mantle of the Expert. This opportunity was also at a significant time in the history of education in the UK. I did this in spite of deliberate and obstructive opposition from a number of quarters, in the firm belief that MoE needed to be disseminated beyond the few and to happen urgently. For me, the time was right in 2005.