Where My Philosophy Stands Now
During one of the lectures in EDUC 140, Mr. Thomas mentioned the idea of being an “activist” more so than a teacher. 1,437 more words
It’s an elephant guys – come on.
Metaphor is so deeply embedded into the language of teaching that Greene (1973) argues that it would be possible to organise a history of educational ideas around recurring metaphors. 803 more words
The idea of a National Education Service (NES) is gaining speed. It’s described as “a scheme to join up the disparate elements of education… 687 more words
The new semester has started rolling in Australia. While the Northern hemisphere is busily gearing up for a new academic year, in the Antipodes we have had a brief break, perhaps punctuated by conferences, before rolling into the second semester. 437 more words
The word “trivium” comes from the Latin prefix “tri” meaning “three,” and the Latin root “via” meaning “way,” or “road.” The word literally means “the three-fold way or road.” The trivium refers to the three stages, or ways, of learning that coincide with a child’s cognitive development as he matures. 1,831 more words