Perhaps the disconnect between nature and young people has revealed something that we all intrinsically know: that young people learn and thrive in nature. According to a world-first review by … Continue reading
On the launch pad and ready to go in the first week in April: Future Proof Your School by David W Hughes!
Exciting times! The book is available to order here: Future Proof Your School
An Open Invitation from the Learning Renaissance to Join Our International Reflective Learning Community Resource
If you represent a school or other learning establishment, you are very welcome to include a link to the Learning Renaissance on your online Continuing Professional Development (CPD) library. There … Continue reading
Many of this month’s stories share a similar theme – that of how our interaction with the virtual world (either spending time hooked up to the Internet, or using algorithms, … Continue reading
For those serious about effective learning, the Theory of Knowledge newsletter is required reading. In the November issue they consider views of history – does the teaching of history reflect … Continue reading
Although the movement of state controlled education systems tends towards an overwhelming preoccupation with content over process in learning, there are some brighter and more enlightened beacons in this mire … Continue reading