Sandringham Learning Journal Sandringham Learning Journal Volume 4 Volume 4 of the Sandringham Learning Journal was launched at Sandringham School on Tuesday 12th July 2016. To download a free pdf version, click here. Scroll down to read reviews from teachers, school leaders and academics about the journal. How we got started Our story Founded in Chicago, Illinois, when two school district employees set out to bridge the gap between how students live their lives and how they learn in school, Edmodo was created to bring education into a 21st century environment. Today, Edmodo is based in San Mateo, California.
Primary & Secondary Education Get back to basics with our primary & secondary education article collection. From teaching methods and tools, to education policy and sociology, this collection offers the latest research in primary and secondary education. These articles are free to access online until 30th September 2014. Research in Teacher Education The Research in Teacher Education publication is published twice a year by the Cass School of Education and Communities, University of East London, Water Lane, London E15 4LZ. The periodical offers a forum for informed debate and discussion on all aspects of teacher education. The publication showcases work from the teacher education teams at the Cass School of Education and Communities and the wider teacher education community in the UK. The definition of ‘research’, in its broadest sense includes any gathering of data, information and ‘facts’ designed to advance knowledge. While nurturing and publicising the creative talent within teacher education the periodical seeks to stimulate, provoke and extend discussion and debate with other professionals associated with this field.
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Nebraska Uni Follow index Representing teachers as criminals in the news: A multimodal critical discourse analysis of the Atlanta schools’ “Cheating Scandal”, Theresa Catalano and Lauren Gatti Moving people and minds: Dance as a vehicle of democratic education, Theresa Catalano and Alison E.
Best Evidence in Brief Best Evidence in Brief is a free fortnightly e-newsletter produced by the IEE and the Center for Research and Reform in Education at Johns Hopkins University in the US. Every two weeks we send a round-up of the latest education news to nearly 15,000 subscribers worldwide. What makes Best Evidence in Brief different is that we focus on stories with practical implications for schools and policy makers, and try to include only high quality research.
Finland schools: Subjects scrapped and replaced with 'topics' as country reforms its education system For years, Finland has been the by-word for a successful education system, perched at the top of international league tables for literacy and numeracy. Only far eastern countries such as Singapore and China outperform the Nordic nation in the influential Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) rankings. Politicians and education experts from around the world – including the UK – have made pilgrimages to Helsinki in the hope of identifying and replicating the secret of its success. Which makes it all the more remarkable that Finland is about to embark on one of the most radical education reform programmes ever undertaken by a nation state – scrapping traditional “teaching by subject” in favour of “teaching by topic”.
BELMAS Journals As a BELMAS member you will receive: 6 issues of Educational Management Administration & Leadership (EMAL) every year Educational Management Administration & Leadership (EMAL) is a peer reviewed journal that publishes original contributions on educational management, administration and leadership in the widest sense. EMAL is published 6 times a year and edited by Tony Bush, University of Nottingham. 4 issues of Management in Education (MiE) every year MiE provides a forum for debate and discussion covering all aspects of educational management.