via Calling All Teachers.
I went to the London Festival of Education last weekend. Or at least I think I did.
You can never be quite sure because I seem to have spent most of the weekend confronting a different version of reality, one way or another, to a lot of other people.
So for instance, I thought the question and answer session with Michael Gove was, apart from a few responses to questions from the audience, largely uncontentious.
This one thousand word piece examines ‘A new research agenda for educational leadership and policy’ by Stephen J Ball and is followed by some suggested research questions where I seek to understand the difference between policy science and policy scholarship. Continue reading
The MOOC is over. I’ve got to say it was great and I got a lot out of it-being able to reflect on my time at The Map Squad. Continue reading
I again missed the class room session but I will do my best to be there next week. Continue reading
Human Capital- Gary Becker
Taken Out of Context: American Teen Sociality in Networked Publics-
Democracy and Education-John Dewey
Making is Connecting-David Gauntlet
Reassembling The Social-Bruno Latour
We Think-Charles Leadbeater
Weaving The Web-Tim Berners Lee
An Introduction to Economics with Emphasis on Innovation, Pol, E Carroll, P, Joseph Schumpeter
Piaget’s Theory-Jean Piaget
A Theory of Justice-John Rawls
The Element-Ken Robinson
Network Culture: Politics For The Information Age-Tiziana Terranova
Brief and presumably needs more detail.