The Chendgu Bureau of Education recently invited Dr Gerry to speak to 1,000 School Principals about the role of technology in education. The following blog was written (in Chinese) as a reflection to Dr. Gerry’s Key Note speech
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Dr Gerry will be speaking at the Youth Mental Health Conference in Kent on 24 June 2013 which showcased innovative initiatives for delegated to gain a deeper understanding of the range of services and innovations currently available for young people. There a number if spaces still available at the conference.
A recent article in The Chronicle of Higher Education (http://i.imgur.com/onHXq.png) pointed out that the US and Chinese education systems were moving in opposite directions. Put simply China was embracing a more liberal approach that embraces skills and creativity and downplays rote learning. Meanwhile the US is embracing astandards driven agenda that attempts to precisely define […]
Beyond the curriculum there are a wider set of issues relating to change: Teaching and the work of teachers: How can this be made more effective? What does effective look like? How can we better motivate teachers to contribute effectively? Why does a highly educated workforce often behave in orthodox highly unionised ways? Why are […]
The Skills Lab
- B-Learning Project24/11/2015 - 3:07 am
The Skills Lab has teamed up national bodies, non-governmental organisations, research and/or education, training institutions in Latvia, Austria, Cyprus and the UK in a European Union funded project to develop a Blended Learning toolkit. The digital revolution is transforming the way children and young people play, access information, communicate with each other and learn. However, […]
- Emotional Intelligence29/04/2015 - 4:54 pm
A brief history of Emotional Intelligence.
- Chris in Buenos Aires22/04/2015 - 12:32 am