Creating Tomorrow's Schools Today: Education - Our Children - Their Futures

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A&C Black, 2010 M04 8 - 160 páginas
Education is the platform for our success or failure, but is our system still fit for purpose? Will our children be equipped to face the challenges the future holds: the rapidly changing employment patterns and the global environmental, economic and social crises ahead of us? Or will our children grow up to resent their school years and blame them for their unfulfilled potential and achievement?

Creating Tomorrow's Schools Today explores these questions in the context of early schooling and primary education, presents powerful arguments for change and highlights strategies that offer a solution.
 

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SECTION 2 The way it could be
93
Leading into the unknown
149
Bibliography and references
153
Useful websites
155
Index
156
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Richard Gerver was formerly Headteacher of the internationally respected Grange Primary School in Long Eaton, UK, where he put into action his passionate belief in child-centric learning that focuses on experience and context. He is an international speaker, and has been an adviser to the DCSF, the QCA and the Government on many areas of education policy, mostly in defining school change for the 21st century. A former National Teaching Award winner, Richard has been described as one of the most innovative and inspirational school leaders of our time. Sir Ken Robinson is an internationally recognized leader in the development of education, creativity and innovation.

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