Let’s stop sawing sawdust: Conversations in education that build

Let’s stop sawing sawdust: Conversations in education that build

It is time for those of us in education to stop simply commenting and to start creating proposals, to test models and to look to hybrid solutions that take account of the complex nature of the 21st century and of education and create positive sum outcomes.  Let's not be like all the king's horses and all the king's men. Let's stop sawing sawdust. 

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Equity-mindedness: challenging the “land of inequality, disadvantage and marginalisation”

Equity-mindedness: challenging the “land of inequality, disadvantage and marginalisation”

I published an article recently – Personalising learning: A wicked challenge! As I read some of the comments, I realised that people did not see “Personalising Learning” through the rich lens of a humanising education as I did. Many saw it as an individualised, technical process and even neo liberal in intent. Hence, this article is, at least partially, a reframing of “personalising learning” into the more political Equity-Mindedness.   

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