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Julia Steiny: Giving Thanks for What’s Left of Childhood Magic

Totally by accident, on a get-away to Maine, my husband and I ran across a fairy village developed by kids.  It was so large and thrilling, it took us a … Continue Reading →


Project-based learning: how can you make it work in your school? – live chat

Solving difficulties in the real planet is a crucial component of undertaking based mostly understanding. Photograph: Graham Turner Task-based mostly finding out has become so effective in America that 1 … Continue Reading →


Secret Teacher: low morale and high pressure leaves no time for inspiration

Becoming forced to educate every person the very same way can make personnel and college students truly feel like robots, says Secret Teacher. Photograph: Alamy As a pupil at school, … Continue Reading →


At the New School’s New Building, a Sign Isn’t Just a Sign

Mr. Baur, 57, is acknowledged for getting created the visual identity method for the Pompidou Center in Metz, France, and the Cinémathèque Française, made by Frank Gehry. He has created … Continue Reading →


Counting the cost of universal primary education

Right here are some numbers: 57 million kids in the world denied a basic main education. The cost of educating all children in minimal-income nations could be $ 53bn per … Continue Reading →


Research in brief: curriculum confidence, gang violence and the $4,000 project

College students as youthful as five will be required to tackle fractions and laptop algorithms in the new nationwide curriculum, but teachers and leaders aren’t assured it will aid the … Continue Reading →


Good to meet you … Paul Shillito

Excellent to meet you … Paul Shillito I began studying the Guardian when a teenager as an antidote to my parents’ option of newspapers, which started out out on the … Continue Reading →


Gonski row: independent schools don’t want a ‘war’ with the public system

A peak body for independent schools says they do not want a federal funding windfall at the expense of the public technique, pleading against reviving previous “wars” between training sectors. … Continue Reading →


Gonski: Christopher Pyne should know that Australia isn’t England | Tom Bentley

Christopher Pyne staged a dramatic intervention in the politics of Australian education this week. Employing the platform of the Blue Room in Canberra’s parliament property, he announced that he intends … Continue Reading →


Female philosophers | @guardianletters

Jonathan Wolff is probably a tad out of touch (Report, 26 November). There are any number of brilliant youthful and not so younger women philosophers in the United kingdom. The … Continue Reading →


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