Tuesday June 4th 9.30-3.45pm at Victoria Park Primary Academy,Â Sandwell, West Midlands.
The workshop is appropriate for school and curriculum leaders in Nursery, Primary and Secondary schools. The cost is only ÂŁ100.00 per person including lunch.
Spaces are limited so please apply as soon as possible to avoid disappointment. For more information on making a booking visit the workshop website here.
We are delighted to publish Quality Mark practitioners in both Lead Teacher and Learning Support sectors in Primary Phases. They are from St Aidanâ€™s Catholic Primary School, Redbridge where the Head Teacher, Helen Brown has ensured all her staff has had deep training whatever their role is in the school.
Lead Practitioner certificates are awarded to:
Creative Teaching and Learning:Â Incorporating creativity and critical thinking into your school.
The school curriculum is changing, and we need creativity in our classrooms more than ever before. Michael Gove may be ploughing on with his plans for a new facts-based curriculum, but Ofsted are increasingly stressing the need for learner engagement, lively creative teaching, the use of dialogic teaching approaches and student collaboration…
This letter was originally published by Debra Kidd – @debrakidd – on her website Love Learning
Debra was the only practicing teacher invited to sign the “100 Academics” letter published in the Independent – “100 academics savage Education Secretary Michael Gove for ‘conveyor-belt curriculum’ for schools”
Many teachers contacted Debra asking if they could add their voices to the protest. This is her response.
In the past few years much has changed on the educational stage in the UK and internationally. Drama for learning methods as well as the adoption of Mantle of the Expert systems in many learning contexts is becoming more widespread in the UK and in several other countries.
In response to these exciting developments we have initiated a Quality Mark for the application and development of Mantle of the Expert in schools where the use of the system is significantly affecting school wide curriculum structures and pedagogy…
Dear Friends and Colleagues,
It’s been a busy term for Big Brum, with both The Edge and The Giant’s Embrace touring schools. This week we are off to Rouen to meet with colleagues from Hungary, Spain and France and continue to celebrate and explore the work of Edward Bond. While there, Big Brum will be performing [...]
- introduction to www.imaginative-inquiry.co.uk
- news on extra weekends at Ringsfield Hall
- conference information
- study days at training schools and networks
- mantle of the expert in Palestine
- new photograph gallery of Dorothy Heathcote working in the 1970s and 80s
- information on the draft national curriculum
- word clouds comparing the new draft curriculum and the existing curriculum 2000.
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Drama NZ is offering two $500 scholarships to support teachers to attend their conference this year. One scholarship is for a beginning teacher, the other is for a teacher from a rural school.
Te Kore â€“ Drama NZâ€™s national conference for 2013 will be held at Waikato University 26-28 April. The conference suits primary, intermediate and secondary teachers and a number of presentations and workshops will be specifically devoted to Mantle of the Expert.
Article first published on the Guardian Teacher Network. Introducing imaginative-inquiry as an approach to teaching and learning that harnesses children’s power of imagination to create meaningful and challenging learning experiences.
JANUARY 31, 2013 â€˘Â CATEGORIES:Â BLOGÂ â€˘Â BYÂ TIM TAYLOR
Article for the BlogSync Initiative : â€śThe Universal Panacea? The number one shift in UK education I wish to see in my lifetimeâ€ť
Lets imagine, just for a moment, there really is a universal panacea for all our problems. A shift in thinking so monumentally seismic it will make us think [...]