A team of science educators has set out to change the teaching of science throughout Palestine in order to enable students to take part in a world-class science programme.This project requires teachers to challenge the current orthodoxy of instruction styles of pedagogy and adopt new practices requiring an emphasis on learning rather than teaching through instruction. To date the results of experiments in Jericho with over 50 teachers have been very encouraging. Read more…
This page documents some of the outcomes from the Kent mantle of the expert project, which ran from October 2009 and July 2010. The project involved 22 primary schools from the Dartford area. Each school included two project teachers who made a commitment to study the approach and trial it in their own classrooms.
conventions-notesThe first weekend of the mantle of the expert advanced course was held at Ringsfield Hall on December 11th-13th, 2009
The following are links to books and resources used and refered to during the course:
Peter Brook – The Empty Space
Jerzy Grotowski – Towards a Poor Theatre
Ruth Beall Heinig – Improvisation with Favorite Tales
Jerome Bruner – Toward […]
This project in Kent involves 22 schools from the north of the county. It runs from November 18th, 2009 until June 16th, 2010.
The Project timetable contains:
An Induction Day – November 18th, 2009
Demo Day 1. An in-school demonstration and seminar day for each network during the week of March 9-12, 2010
Training Day – March 16th, 2010
Demo Day 2. The second in-school demonstration and seminar day during the week of April 20 – 23, 2010
Demo Day 3. The third in-school demonstration and seminar day during the week of June 8 – 11, 2010
Project End and Dissemination Day – June 15th, 2010