How Does God Act in the World? A Critique of Models of Divine Action
Prof. John Pilbrow : Course
Human Responsibility for the Environment in a Fallen World
Revd Margot Hodson : Course
Sustainability of the Non-Human World
Prof. Sir Ghillean Prance : Course
Physics and the Real World
Prof. George F. R. Ellis : Course
How does God interact with the World?
Revd Dr John Polkinghorne : Seminar
The Subaltern Learns to Speak: African Voice and the Haitian Revolution in The Kingdom of this World
The subaltern may not be able to speak in a world inundated by Western philosophy, thought, and political organization, but in The Kingdom of This World, Alejo Carpentier offers the possibility of unlearning the language of the hegemony. In this novel, African voice solidifies African resistance in Haiti, and that voice is symbolized through the novel's agnus dei, Ti Noel. This African slave's first words are a daring question that begins to highlight his potential for rebelli
Children’s Workforce Strategy: A strategy to build a world-class workforce for children and young
This consultation document considers options for the reform and development of the children's workforce.
citizED Primary Strand: My 'Self' and the wider world: Interpreting the British Empire and Commonwea
An article from the Citizenship Initial Teacher Training Professional Resource Network (citizED) on work undertaken during a humanities week.
NASA CONNECT World Space Congress 2002: The New Face of Space
The World Space Congress 2002 is the meeting of the decade for space professionals. From the discovery of distant planets to medical advancements, from geological exploration to urban planning, from water on Mars to energy sources in developing nations, you'll find it all here in NASA CONNECT World Space Congress 2002: The New Face of Space. Grades 6-8
PISA 2006 Science Competencies for Tomorrow's World – results show UK performance in Reading, Math
The Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) published the results from their 2006 Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) on 4th December 2007. These indicate how fifteen year olds in the UK have performed in science, mathematics and reading from within a cohort of 57 countries.
citizED: The UK’s 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.
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
Welcome to delegates at the Learning and Technology World Forum
A welcome to delegates from around the world attending this event in London from January 11th 2009
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).
TDA Response to the Byron Report: Safer Children in a Digital World: the report of the Byron Review
In September 2007, Dr Byron was asked by the prime minister to conduct an independent review looking at the risks to children from exposure to potentially harmful or inappropriate material on the internet and in video games. As part of the final publication of the report, which is reviewed on the TTRB, a number of recommendations were made to the TDA. This document outlines the progress that has been made in relation to these recommendations and the activities that are currently underway.
Excellence and Equity: Making England’s Schools System World Class
The resource is a four page research brief of an analysis developed by McKinsey and Company, who were commissioned by the DCSF to investigate the performance of England’s education system, along with that of high-performing systems overseas.
Crossing Views on the First World War
Crossing Views on the First World War is a project website. The partners in the project include educational associations and teaching bodies and are carrying out research in schools in France, Belgium, Romania, Austria, Italy, Poland and Germany.
Uncut classrooms: Knowledge and Understanding of the World
The resource is a 45 minute video located on Teachers TV, made in August 2008. The video is of an uncut, unedited lesson on mini beasts with a mixed ability reception class. It is part of a series of uncut lessons which focuses on the pupil and teacher roles in teaching and learning.
World War II Mini–Theme Week on Teachers TV
Teachers TV has a World War II Mini-Theme Week w/c September 7th.
World Bank opens free access to development data
In an unprecedented move, the World Bank has made its extensive store of developmental data available to all free of charge. From now on more than two thousand health, economic, human development, financial and business statistics will be accessible via a new website, data.worldbank.org. In the past such information has generally only been available to paying subscribers.The decision is part of the World Bankâs broader effort to increase access to information and it hopes that a varied rang