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A new type of learning, a new kind of teacher

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by Peter Hyman.  If we are to prepare children to succeed in the 21st century, then teaching and learning has to change dramatically.  That is the conclusion we have come to while planning to set up School 21, a new 4 to 18 school in Stratford, East London. If we want children to leave school […]

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A change of attitude?

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by Marc Rowland. I recently allowed myself to be distracted by a debate about education standards and the achievement gap on Twitter (probably involving @samfr) as a way of avoiding a challenging piece of work. Twitter is great displacement. One of the things I find a little frustrating about the education community is that we are […]

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Welcome to Adhyayan blog

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The Adhyayan: Reflections on Quality in Education Blog is a new web space that allows Adhyayan network associates, partners, clients and others dedicated to improving school quality, to debate new ideas and current events in education policy in India and internationally. It will promote discussions between private sector, public sector and NGO education providers, encouraging innovation and […]