National curriculum in England: The first 30 years, part 1

Mary James

2 October 2018

Mary James

For the whole of the 1970s I taught in secondary schools. (I am that old!) At that time there was no national curriculum (NC), so teachers usually decided what to teach as well as how to teach. These decisions were often guided by the content of textbooks, or examination syllabuses, although a number of innovative curriculum development projects were set up around this time, many by the then Schools Council in response to the decision to raise the school leaving age to 16 in 1973....

Gamifying programming education in K-12

Teemu H Laine & Renny S N Lindberg

18 October 2018

Teemu H Laine & Renny S N Lindberg

To touch or not to touch? Early childhood educators’ beliefs about using touchscreen technologies with our youngest children

Maria Hatzigianni

16 October 2018

Maria Hatzigianni

Second language programmes in international schools

Maurice Carder

10 October 2018

Maurice Carder

Performative education policy and the challenges for teachers with specific learning differences

Annemarie O’Dwyer

9 October 2018

Annemarie O’Dwyer

Adopting a MasterChef approach to studies: Further anecdotal tales in pursuit of the elusive doctorate

David Morris and David Cudworth

5 October 2018

David Morris and David Cudworth

National curriculum in England: The first 30 years, part 2

Mary James

4 October 2018

Mary James