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Education Reform: Preventing the Rise of Drones and Clones

Our current education system excels at churning out millions of homogenous, disenchanted drones every year. Isn’t it odd that students, regardless of ability or interests, are placed into the exact same system, where they are each force-fed an identical curriculum? 1,352 more words


A spiral of enquiry; Negotiating a location, Research in action... Charette week at RGS Art Department 2017.


has always been a keen motivator for me, I am an observer and a learner. As an Art Department we have been part of TALE, a research project tracking cultural connections in school with Tate and RSC. 1,689 more words


Welcome to my little blog and first post; I’m so pleased you stopped by!

I’ve already spent time in my About page explaining the reasoning behind my interest in growth mindset and design thinking, as well as a bit about my unique work experience. 386 more words


Superior School

Jakarta Day 5: Wednesday, July 19, 2017

We had traveled through narrow, winding streets and across railroad tracks to get here, but once we arrived at SMAN 8 Jakarta, it was in a quiet neighborhood. 1,296 more words

Teachers For Global Classrooms

Education Commits a Crime!

Breaking news! There is a rise in number of deaths of creativity and the culprit – Education –  is on the loose. Thousands have been affected and the killer is striking its victims at a steady rate. 1,023 more words

Planning, Instruction, and Assessment Approaches in Different Curricular Designs

Teachers today are tasked with preparing students for an increasingly uncertain future. For example, the changing technological landscape has seen some jobs become less relevant, while new jobs have emerged or expanded.   431 more words


4 Roles That Expert Teachers Play

Since I was on about the significance of “the”, here’s a counter-example. Again, I’m citing Ken Robinson’s excellent book Creative Schools, but this time over a less inspired, more mnemonic use of 4 categories. 367 more words