This unit considers environmental responsibility and what may matter from a caring perspective and an accountability perspective. Caring for an environment compromising the natural world and ensuring accountability for harm or wrong done to the environment.
The Bloom behind the Taxonomy
In the world of educational objectives, Bloom's Taxonomy is widely referred to. It provides a set of hierachical classification systems to judge the complexity and progression of teaching objectives. This set of resources provides information on their development and use.
Individual education plans Visual impairment
Individual education plans Visual impairment Please could you tell me where¬†I could find more detailed research on IEP plans and how they help maximise learning? I have undertaken an investigation on a visually impaired year 9 pupil. the IEP Plan is great in theory but the pupil I am following does not accept the disability and wants independence so will not use any added help. I have noticed her peers are essential in her learning, more so than the plan itself. Please could you tell me where¬
Early Years Education: An International Perspective
Funded by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) and other key stakeholders, this 2002 report focuses on trends in Early Years Education around the world. The report is the result of collaboration between the National Foundation for Educational Research (NFER) and QCA. The International Review of Curriculum and Assessment Frameworks Archive (INCA) was a major source of the data presented.
A website of the Spanish ministry of education and science (MEC) providing access to research, journals and other educational resources from the Spanish speaking world.
Introduction This unit is designed as an introduction to the academic study of the concept of rules, but will also serve as an introduction to a variety of different writing styles that are used in the academic world. It will challenge you to think about why some statements are rules and some are not, and what it is that distinguishes rules from habits and customs. It also looks at more formal rules and how such rules are applied and enforced. Rules shape our lives because they set out what we may and may
This unit is designed as an introduction to the academic study of the concept of rules, but will also serve as an introduction to a variety of different writing styles that are used in the academic world. It will challenge you to think about why some statements are rules and some are not, and what it is that distinguishes rules from habits and customs. It also looks at more formal rules and how such rules are applied and enforced. Rules shape our lives because they set out what we may and may
Online Training Materials for Music and ICT (R&DA 2: 07)
This report identifies and describes the differences between the culture of composition and performance of music inside and outside school. The important context of this work was the observation that ICT has transformed musical practices outside educational contexts. However within schools, whilst there have been advances, there are also significant barriers to the same transformation. The report identifies differences between practice in schools and contemporary music in the outside world.
Report from the International Society for Teacher Education 27th International Seminar
The International Society for Teacher Education (ISTE) 27th International Seminar was held at the Institute of Education, University of Stirling, Scotland. This was a truly international conference that welcomed delegates from all over the world to explore the theme ‚ÄėThe Future of Teacher Education and Professional Development'.
England falls in reading league
This BBC news item concerns the national report for England 2006 from the Progress in International Reading Literacy Study (PIRLS), which found that the reading performance of children in England has fallen from third to 19th in the world.
Adding, Subtracting Exponents and Radicals
In this Language of Mathematics video the instructor uses a chalkboard to demonstrate the rules for addition and subtraction with exponents and radicals. ¬† He uses real world examples to prove his points.
citizED: The UK‚Äôs Place in the World
This scheme of work, designed for KS4 Citizenship students over 6-8 lessons, aims to give the learners a good overview of the UK's place in the world.
Teachers TV Performing Wonders Season
Teachers TV has a three week season of programmes, beginning 14 December, featuring inspirational music, dance and drama projects and initiatives in the UK and around the world that demonstrate the benefits of offering young people opportunities to get involved in and express themselves through the performing arts.
Teachers TV Media Literacy Week
This week (14 - 20 July), Teachers TV delves into the world of media literacy and explores its different aspects, looking at both how to teach it, and how children use media.
Harold Rosen Obituary
The educationist Harold Rosen, who has died aged 89, was a leader of thought in the world of English teaching in the second half of the 20th century.
Marie Curie - Biography
Marie Curie was one of the first well known female scientists in the modern world and¬†was a pioneer¬†in the research of radioactivity. This video¬†gives¬†the life of the two time Nobel Prize winner, Marie Curie. Run time 04:12.
Safer Children in a Digital World: the report of the Byron Review
The Byron Review (under the Chairmanship of Dr. Tanya Byron) is an independent review supported by officials from the Department for Children, Schools and Families and the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. The review carried out an assessment of the internet and video games, and informs children, adults and policy makers how they might affect young people. The report describes how the evidence was collected, what it revealed, the effectiveness of existing measures, and includes recommenda
Obituary: Douglas Keen
The former Editorial Director of Ladybird books has died aged 95. The series developed after the second world war as affordable books for all children to own and their price remained the same (two shillings and six pence) for nearly thirty years.
Future of Chemical Research
Interviews with leaders from academia and industry explore the frontiers of chemical research. Chemistry is changing our lives through medical advances, new resources, and new molecules. Chemists come from a variety of backgrounds and share a curiosity about the world. Chemistry will be essential to the solution to the problems that face our world today, and new technolo
Teachers TV Green Week
During the week commencing 16 February, Teachers TV has a week of programmes exploring how schools can become greener, plus a range of documentaries looking at some of the environmental problems facing the world, and some of the potential solutions.
Report on Learning and Technology World Forum
The first ever Learning and Technology World Forum, 12-14 January 2009, was organised by Becta (the UK government's lead agency on supporting technology in education) on behalf of the Department for Innovation, Universities and Skills (DIUS) and the Department for Children, Schools and Families (DCSF).