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Back in June we reported on an article published in Forbes online magazine which featured the ideas of Sebastian Thrum who had declared that “He wants to foment a teaching revolution in which the world’s best instructors conduct highly interactive … Continue reading
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Last June we reported on some radical thoughts on education that we’d come across in Forbes’ online magazine – http://www.forbes.com/ Our blog post can be read here: https://3diassociates.wordpress.com/2012/06/16/forbes-radical-thoughts-on-education/ We’re referring back to it today in the light of our recent … Continue reading
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(Sir) Michael Barber is an appalling New Labourite who worked hand in glove with David Blunkett, Tony Blair (as head of Blair’s ‘policy unit’ in Downing Street) and Chris Woodhead to ‘drive up standards’ in education through putting in place … Continue reading
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Today’s post is very short – just two references to two excellent articles that we strongly recommend as essential reading for anyone who cares about children and education. Please make time to have a look at them, and then scroll … Continue reading
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As you can gather from the rest of the 3Di website, we’re very keen on innovation and forward-thinking in education. Anyone who fails to grasp that motivation, learning and creativity are being hugely impacted by new generations of lightweight and … Continue reading