@impactEduk

@impacteduk is a community for educators to discuss and debate the innovations and practices in education and evaluate them against research for impact on children’s learning. It is a community interested in evidence and rigour. This is not the place for anecdotes and opinions, unless they are to stimulate discussion. This is a community where people are respected, and ideas are evaluated critically.

Suggestions for discussions

If you have an idea for something we should explore, research and discuss, please add it to the forum below.

25 comments on “Suggestions for discussions

  1. peteyeo
    July 15, 2012

    esafety

  2. peteyeo
    July 15, 2012

    Sex Ed in Primary School

  3. peteyeo
    July 15, 2012

    Philosophy for kids

  4. peteyeo
    July 15, 2012

    Blogging

  5. Carol Allen
    July 15, 2012

    Inclusive communication for access to learning.

  6. theo kuechel (@theokk)
    July 15, 2012

    Subject Silos

  7. Carol Allen
    July 15, 2012

    The link between pedagogy and learning spaces.

  8. Carol Allen
    July 15, 2012

    When CPD goes wrong!

  9. l4l1Leon Cych
    July 15, 2012

    Teaching Schools

  10. theo kuechel (@theokk)
    July 16, 2012

    Creative Commons and sharing resources

  11. theo kuechel (@theokk)
    July 16, 2012

    Using Wikipedia (teachers and students)

    • peteyeo
      July 16, 2012

      nice one – I opened it up a bit to include the creation of wikis and collaboration. Hope thats ok – wikipedia fits as a subsection of this maybe?

  12. l4l1
    July 16, 2012

    Emergence of bottom up professional groups

  13. jamesmichie
    July 16, 2012

    Independent Learning

    • peteyeo
      July 16, 2012

      could you expand upon what you mean?

      • jamesmichie
        July 16, 2012

        I think there is a body of us who are interested in Independent Learning, particularly its place in the classroom. I have completed M.Ed research on the topic in terms of KS5.

        https://docs.google.com/file/d/0B11Esdv8Jur6V1h2cm1scGhTMWF0TE1RN05QbDFJZw/edit#

        Mitchell Resnick argues that IL or ‘exploratory’ forms of learning are prevalent in ‘early years ed’ but as learners progress through the stages of education it is ‘replaced by transmission-based teaching’ (2012). I think there is scope for this to be explored further. Why does this happen. Can it be changed? What barriers are there? Do we all agree on what IL is? What does the research have to say? What is the effect on student preparedness for HE study?

        My research was a small scale study, I believe there is more to be done both in practice and in pedagogical research. Particularly the potential of MIE within school settings.

      • peteyeo
        July 16, 2012

        understood – so would a title of “independent or self directed learning” be ok?

      • jamesmichie
        July 16, 2012

        Yes… I think that would be perfect.

        Really looking forward to seeing how this all develops BTW. 🙂

    • peteyeo
      July 17, 2012

      done

  14. Doug Woods
    July 17, 2012

    I’d like to suggest a discussion on Social Media and its use in Schools

  15. peteyeo
    July 19, 2012

    Spellings – what’s the point?

  16. Using NLP in the classroom

  17. Sheila (in Scotland)
    November 12, 2012

    Why do stories stick?

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