Monthly Archives: January 2018

Children’s experiences of classrooms: drawing on the authority of their own voices

  Eleanore Hargreaves.  I was advising my daughter about her education when she remarked, ‘Well, I’m not like you!’ Children may experience classroom teaching in ways that, as teachers (or parents), we have not imagined. By finding out from children

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Posted in Childhood & early education, Teaching, learning, curriculum & assessment

Slow down you move too fast, you got to make the meaning (sic) last

‘Slow’ human intelligence must be valued more holistically if we are to really benefit from the power of AI, says Rose Luckin.  The end of 2017 brought some worrying observations about the progress of Artificial Intelligence with respect to UK

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Posted in Education policy, ICT in education