Welcome to Mantle of the Expert.com
Hello, welcome to Mantle of the expert.com. This website has been designed as a central location for information and resources on Mantle of the Expert. It will be useful to teachers, students and school leaders interested in using and developing MoE as an approach to teaching and learning for the 21st Century.
â€śAs a cross-curricular learning tool it is someÂ of the best educational work we have seen.â€ť Head of Drama, Cockburn High School, Leeds
A participatory theatre event
- The students are introduced to the world of the story and the characters within it.
- We work with a small group of students so each individual can contribute to bringing the story to life. They will experience it not just as themselves but ‘in roleâ€™ from the viewpoint of people inside the narrative.
- The students’ investment grows with the story because they see their ideas being incorporated.
â€śI really enjoyed being able to take part and feel like we were there, feeling the pain and sorrowâ€ť.Â Student, Brinsworth School, Rotherham
A scheme of work developed by experienced teachers…
These templates are examples of planning for the medium term overview of a mantle of the expert inquiry.
We’ve provided two examples – The Mountain Rescue Team and The Garden Centre – and a blank copy which can be used by teachers to plan their own moe inquiries.
For more detailed, step-by-step planning, please visit our sister site: www.imaginative-inquiry.co.uk
Social and Cultural Learning Through Drama – Teaching for progress in the child-centred classroom
A conference for teachers of all phases, lecturers, leaders, artists, dramatists and community educators
Friday 27th â€“ Sunday 29th September at Oriel College, Oxford
National Association for the Teaching of Drama and Alwoodley Primary School
Dates Thursday 2nd and Friday 3rd May 2013 9.00am-3.30pm
At this two-day event, Luke Abbott will look at how we can adapt and respond to the needs of children as we work in Mantle of the Expert…
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 [...]
London Association for the Teaching of English
Saturday 9th February 2013, 9.30 – 1.30
Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL
There has been a long history of teachers using drama to support learning in English. Considering recent moves threatening the place of drama in and across the curriculum, we think it important to affirm the centrality of drama to English teaching. This conference will offer practical approaches for teaching that explore and develop the connections between English and drama.
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…
- Luke Abbott: Responding to Childrenâ€™s Needs
9-10 February, Woodrow First School, Redditch
- Iona Towler-Evans & David Allen: Drama and History
27 April, Newman University College, Genners Lane, Birmingham B32 3NT
- Eileen Pennington: Strategies for Learning
15-16 June, Newman University College, Genners Lane, Birmingham B32 3NT