Monthly Archives: October 2014

Codified Body of Knowledge – Response to Challenges – Part 2 – Is history being rewritten?

As noted in my recent posts, in July I spoke at the Festival of Education, advocating for a codified body of knowledge that all teachers were expected / given the opportunity to learn in training. One criticism levied against my … Continue reading

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Codified Body of Knowledge – Response to Challenges – Part 1

Following my speech at the 2014 Festival of Education, the conversations over the past few months have been fascinating.  Having posted the transcript yesterday, the debates have been reinvigorated, and amongst the many voices who keenly and encouragingly cry out … Continue reading

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Festival of Education – 2014

I’ve been meaning to put this up for a while now.  It’s the full transcript of my speech from Wellington this year.  I’m still keen to hear other teachers’ thoughts on and challenges to the ideas here. **** I’m just … Continue reading

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