DIDACTICS

Communicative Professional Didactics (KFD), by Tilman Grammes

    Democracy and teaching

       

        Professional Didactis

            Democracy can be understood in current times as being a  communicative process that is tied to public and participation for the production of legal and legitimate decisions in all social spheres.

            As a historic invention of humanity, it represents an attempt to organise an error-friendly, reversible, public learning process.

 

A Parents' Guide
        Special Education Needs (2006-2007)


    The Royal Borough of Kingston upon Thames believes that all residents of this borough, along with other users of its services, are entitled to fair and equal access to the full range of its services. It does not

    tolerate discrimination in any form and actively looks to identify where there is discrimination and to make the necessary changes to stop it.

 

Creating Room for a Child´s Presence by David Lafond and Mary Anne Purdy, Vancouver, British Columbia

In the classroom, we must work “outside the box” and make space in the curriculum for each student’s unique experiences, qualities and talents. When we, as teachers, are able to see children in a variety of different situations, this opens the door for a number of possibilities. “In terms of pedagogy we must learn to discern those moments when children in subtle, quiet ways are ‘opening’ their gifts in front of us because how we receive them will determine whether or not the child will learn to find herself in the world creatively” (Smith 1999, 146).

dmoz open directory project

    Here we go, Kids!

        Kids and Teens: School Time: Science  (5,253)

 

Taking Stock of our Future

    New Horizons

        Program Evaluation and Assessment of Global Issues Education, by Kim Rakow Bernier and Gilda Wheeler

        Everything that can be counted does not necessarily count; everything that counts cannot necessarily be counted. ALBERT EINSTEIN

 

 

C.S. Lewis Foundation

       Inspired by the life and legacy of C.S. Lewis, our mission is to advance the renewal of Christian thought and creative expression throughout the world of learning and the culture at large.

These Educational Guides have been produced in order to offer an intensive, chapter-by-chapter means for teachers, especially those in public school settings, to teach literacy and character education lessons  using the reading of the book The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C.S. Lewis. They may be downloaded in their entirety, copied and pasted into learner activities and used, in part or in whole, as deemed most appropriate to the learning styles and developmental levels of particular student groupings.

         The Self and the Search for meaning

Oxbridge 2008 offers a two-week conference unlike any other. Gathering amid the "dreaming spires" of Oxford and the riverside beauty of Cambridge, we will explore the theme “The Self and the Search for Meaning” with renowned scholars from the arts and sciences, leaders in ministry and the major professions, as well as an array of literary, visual, and performing artists.

    Chronical Careers

    Five reasons why Politicians Hate Higher Education

 

Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) New!

    Learning Resources for Home and School

      

       BBC SCHOOLS

           

            1. Preschool

            2. Primary subjects - (Ages 4 - 11)

                Art / Geography /  History /  Languages /  Literacy  / Music /  Numeracy  / PSHE  / Science  / Other Subjects

            3. Secondary subjects - Ages 11 - 16

                Art /  Business Studies /  Citizenship /  Design & Technology /  English /  Geography /  History   IT /  Languages /  Maths /  Music /  PE /  PSHE /  RE /  Science /

                Study Skills / Other Subjects

            4. 16  +

                General Studies/ Geography /History /Languages/ Maths/ Science / Other Subjects