Monthly Archives: July 2012

Stuart Yates – my great friend and mentor

Stuart Yates 10th September 1949 – 31st July 2012 Stuart passed away early  on the morning of 31st July 2012.  He has been a great friend and mentor since I first met him some 20 years ago (can’t recall the … Continue reading

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The Flipped Classroom

Just been reading a white paper from Cisco about the Flipped Classroom.  The paper describes how the teaching and learning model used around the world today has it rootes in the 18th century.  This is based the premis that lessons … Continue reading

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EFF Debate 5 – From Learner Voice to Global Peace

I felt privileged to witness the latest Education Fast Forward Debate, which took place on Tuesday 1oth July 2012.  This one was different in the sense that the debaters were all young people various parts of the world. There were … Continue reading

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