Monthly Archives: June 2011


A small experiment in book talk

By |June 28th, 2011|

I have a theory that everyone can remember at least one book that was special to them as a child, whether it’s a one their parents read to them, stories they read at school or ones they shared with friends. And since starting my new role I’ve been posing that as a question a lot, […]

Why we might pay less attention to initiatives and more to the things we know make a difference

By |June 27th, 2011|

Ken Robinson, in a talk in March this year, reminded the audience at Learning without Frontiersthat education involves a teacher and a learner and nothing should be added to that without there being a need for it.

He said: ” formed a kind of sclerosis around it”. […]