prepared for a good job (defined in many PD sessions as "a job with an above-the-poverty-line" wage) then nobody will be poor and everybody will be healthy and happy and successful. There are two huge problems with this argument.”
|Crisis in education|
got to their plates. From food miles and Fairtrade to the environmental and health benefits of becoming a vegetarian, no aspect of the journey from soil to supermarket shelf was unexplored. At the end of the class, the penny finally dropped. Asked what they can do to source more sustainably, the response from pupils was emphatic: "Grow my own vegetables," shouted one girl. "Buy foods locally," offered another.”
|Freedom to learn vital|
|Ann Murphy Paul|
The future is about learning not education. Education is what someone gives to you – learning is what you do yourself. We need to focus on ‘teaching’ students ‘how to learn’ – to ‘seek, use and create their own knowledge’ as it says in the 2007 New Zealand Curriculum.
|Mike is now Princ at Waimari|
|Hattie:Peddling meta research|