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Diary of an ECR #8

Research. What is it’s definition? Let me define it as “having something to show for yourself”.

Having: It must be yours. Attributable. Responsible for it. 277 more words

Education Institutions

Podcast: Ed Tech Integration Philosophy

Here’s a link to a little ole’ podcast I made about my philosophy regarding technology and it’s place in the classroom.

The Three Pillars of Education

As the role of education is shifting in order to better prepare students for the 21st century, it is crucial that every now and then we stop and reflect on what is our philosophy of education. 586 more words

Engaged Students

The problem with the grammar school debate

Grammar schools, those schools in England that select pupils on ability at the age of 11, are once again in the news due to the government allowing an existing grammar school to open an ‘annexe’ in Sevenoaks, effectively bypassing existing legislation that prevents the opening of new selective schools. 1,398 more words

Philosophy Of Education

Call for Papers: SEPES and SAPES 2016

CALL FOR PAPERS — Proposals Due November 1, 2015

For the 68th Meeting of the
and the 60th Meeting of the… 230 more words


Are all classrooms unique?

The following two statements have become something of an orthodoxy in education in recent years.

(View 1) Pupils are unique and classroom contexts are unique – this means that large-scale research projects (such as randomised controlled trials) are of limited use in education. 572 more words

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Decolonizing Modern Philosophy

            Modern Philosophy is white. In fact, it could be argued that philosophy from Descartes until post-World War two philosophy (postmodern) is the “whitest” philosophy has ever been. 1,883 more words