Project-Based Learning is the pedagogy of the future . It mostly closely resembles high quality work in the real economy. It also develops the skills of research, problem solving and collaboration that everyone accepts children need in the 21st Century. However, it is a major paradigm shift for schools, and is not an easy option.
Howard Sharron looks at the controversy over teacher assessed grades and the likelihood of bias and inconsistencies
Us researchers have confirmed that The BARR Center's model of intervention is having a remarkable impact in closing the achievement gap
It is not simply Boris that is the problem. The cause of our malaise as a country goes much deeper and has just been exposed by Covid-19 writes Howard Sharron, ,editor of School Leadership Today
Recycling Education Programme, R-Generation, is widening its reach for 2018, and will now be available to every primary and secondary school in the UK. Following its launch in 2016, Nestlé Waters UK is continuing its partnership with recycling charity, RECOUP, and environmental education organisation, Wastebuster, to deliver an updated programme for 2018.
There is no doubt that Boris Johnson’s splashing the cash immediately after his election sent a little frisson of excitement throughout the education community. It might be a piece of early electioneering, but £14.2 billion was something worth believing in. Wiser counsels might have warned that the current disastrous period of cuts in education was […]
Head teachers have lost a great deal of their influence and ability to positively affect the education environment over the last decade. Geoff Barton, head of the ASCL, seemed destined to turn this around. But is his softly, softly approach the right one? SLT editor Howard Sharron reports.
Blog by Howard Sharron on knife crime and the policy challenges in reducing it
The Editorial of School Leadership Today 9.1!
The editorial of Creative Teaching & Learning 8.1