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#teacheroath: Swearing not Pledging

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Out-trending #xfactorresults last night was #teacheroath – a twitterstorm of response to a hashtag started by @teacherROAR. As someone said – who but teachers would give up part of their Sunday evening to take part in such an “event”? (Yes … Continue reading

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#TellNicky – What Our Teachers Want for Education

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On 30th September, Nicky Morgan delivered her inaugural speech as the Secretary of State for Education to the Conservative Party Conference. Here is the full transcript, and click here for more information about the woman that replaced Mr Gove. Following … Continue reading

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To Dream, to Act, to Unite

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Last night, there was another programme on BBC2 celebrating the 50th anniversary of Martin Luther King’s “I have a dream” speech. Various people reflected on the effects of this speech on their own lives. People such as Oprah Winfrey were … Continue reading

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Tablets Needed in the Classroom

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In our last post, we commented on the excellent article by Dr. Yong Zhao regarding his childhood instruction on how to handle water buffalo, and how it didn’t exactly prepare him for the world of work or indeed his future … Continue reading

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The Culture of Democracy in the Classroom

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There are times when too much information can be counter-productive. This is something that Mr Gove hasn’t fully understood. If we spend our time teaching facts to children rather than enabling them to find and use facts for themselves, then … Continue reading

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Articles on Education: Resources on the Internet

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One of the main aims of 3D Eye is to bring to the attention of parents, teachers and policy-makers some current ideas, issues and opinions within the world of education and beyond. Progressive change takes place as a result of … Continue reading

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Key Concepts for the Learning Revolution

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Today we’re presenting a concise summary of some very fundamental and some very practical ideas about teaching, learning and schooling in the 21st Century. Soon, apparently in the new year, England’s Minister for Education, who happens to be a Scot, … Continue reading

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3D Eye – One Year On

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Approaching one year since the launch of our current website and its blog – 3D Eye on WordPress – on 11.11.11 to be exact – it’s time to take stock on 10.11.12 and see where we are. It’s been an … Continue reading

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The Olympics Begins – and the Whole World’s Watching

So finally – it begins. Last night’s opening ceremony of the 30th Olympic Games was, as expected, a terrific mixture of the sublime and the ridiculous, the eccentric and the mainstream, the joyful and the laughable. Clearly it amazed, entertained, … Continue reading

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