Flowscape: the ‘calculus’ of perception
Oliver Caviglioli begins a new, regular column on visual tools with an examination of Edward de Bono’s Flowscape
Tracy Packiam Alloway and Susan Gathercole explain how hard school can be for young children with poor working memory. Can anything be done to help them?
Cartoons Computers and Silly Walks
Charlotte Yonge explains her use of art and drama to help the education of a child with Aspergers Syndrome
The Under Room
How does drama affect the way we think? Steve Williams visits Big Brum Theatre in Education Company to find out
Did I really say this?
What do children think when they read what they have said? Julie Winyard and Matthew Lipman find out what happens when children reflect on a previous dialogue
Thinking skills in the early years
Kate Ridley reports on research about what teachers do and what children are capable of doing in the early years
Start Thinking - Daily Starters to inspire thinking in primary classrooms and Education and Everyday Life: Short stories with long endings
Is the future of learning playful?
Keri Facer asks whether Could computer games help to transform the way we learn?
Drama energy and the crane
A classic Polish childrens book a group of primary children in Derby and legendary teacher Dorothy Heathcote. Steve Williams finds out what happened when they came together for one extraordinary week