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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.
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Category: MoE Training
RFH October 2015 – Saturday Morning Beanstalk – Castles “If I said to you, castles, what sort of things could you invent to do with that subject?What does castles bring to the curriculum table?” Sheets of A3 paper in the middle of the carpet, laid out in a rectangle with a single sheet placed above. […]
In 2010 Dorothy Heathcote travelled to Turkey to work on her last large scale Mantle of the Expert project. She spent a week working with a class of teenagers creating an elaborate context involving a team of engineers. On her return she wrote up her planning in enormous detail and sent a handwritten copy to […]
We are delighted to announce the following teachers have been awarded the mantle of the expert Quality Mark: Priory Church in Wales School, Brecon – August 2015 Lead Practitioner certificates are awarded to: Shelley Elizabeth Hughes Janet Marie Davies Miss Amanda Jeanette Blain Lisa Preece Angela Howell Lynsey Anne McCrohon
I’ve recently read two important documents regarding changes to Ofsted and the new arrangements for school assessment. These changes will significant affect primary practice and the way schools monitor teaching and learning, as a consequence they are essential reading for everyone in primary eduction. The first was published by Ofsted in May 2015: Ofsted inspections – […]
RFH Saturday Morning Projections of Role: 1. Teacher in and out of Role 2. Full role 3. Twilight role (coming ‘into’ the role) – Luke rolls up his sleeves (also called shadowy role) 4. Secondary role (he’ll be here soon, someone to consider who’s not in the room) Tim in secondary role: Step 1: LA […]
The West Midlands Mantle of the Expert Network has launched a new website, which introduces the range of activities the network undertakes, including training events, coaching and mentoring, and special projects in schools. Current work includes a Mantle project for primary schools on Anglo-Saxon Britain. The website can be found here: www.westmidlandsmantle.co.uk
The following notes were taken during the Advanced Practitioners weekend at Ringsfield Hall Nov 7-9, 2014 Essential Reading: Bolton & Heathcote – Drama for Learning: mantle of the expert approach Morgan & Saxton – Teaching Drama Morgan & Saxton – Asking Better Questions Heathcote – Collected Writing Other reading: Breen – Chamber Theatre Wenger – […]
Birzeit University and the A.M. Qattan Foundation Center for Educational Research and Development (QCERD) wish to announce the availability of a visiting lectureship in the field of education and culture. Visiting scholars will have to be in residence for a four month period in Palestine, during which they teach a couple of courses at the […]
Category: Job opportunities
Oriel College. Oxford. Drama: the curriculum shapeshifter Come together for a weekend of learning. Internationally renowned dramatist, Edward Bond, will speak up for drama; see process drama come to life with T.I.E. practitioner Chris Cooper of Big Brum; explore script-writing for young people with playwright and teacher, Brian Woolland; delve into Mantle of the Expert sessions, […]
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