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Civil War, Colonisation and Taught History

One may wonder who within the Nigerian Ministry of Education removed History as a subject from the national academic curriculum several years ago. Many have claimed that it was removed to hide the ‘darkness of the Civil War’ and to quell potential tensions. 769 more words

Grimot Nane

Muslim Hegemony Through Education

When I wrote the articles Getting Ready to Islamise Nigeria? (https://wp.me/p1bOKH-BE) and The Complaints: Getting Ready to Islamise Nigeria? (https://wp.me/p1bOKH-BT), it was taken by many as mischief with a keyboard or a pen. 780 more words

Grimot Nane

Thinking inside the Box(ED)

Watching scientists pitching their research projects felt like being in an episode of Dragons’ Den. I sat among a group of fledgling science communicators, tasked with choosing a project to develop into a school science activity. 495 more words

Science Communication Unit

Checking phonics

A guest post by Jonathan Glazzard

The teaching of systematic synthetic phonics in school has been a political focus since the publication of the Rose Review back in 2006 (Rose, 2006). 1,028 more words

A journey into the Chilean early years (EY) worker psyche: In the search of the children within

*Photo credit: “Las hijas del pescador, villa de Horcones” (Sergio Larraín, 1957)

In this post we would like to highlight the presentation of Coca Lagos at the UCLU Chilean Society on 10 March 2017. 1,140 more words

Apoyo Académico

National Curriculum Links

Links to the Curriculum

Here is a post to show how the app we have created will support the school with links to the curriculum… 493 more words

Reflections

The Teaching Resource Pack.

Our original idea in terms of what we going to do in order to make change happen involved the creation of a teaching resource pack. We originally separated and split the school grounds into four different sections, assigning one section to each of us as a focus. 411 more words

Reflections