The Importance of Conversation & Dialogue in Education Pascale Mompoint-Gaillard with Laureen Golden How might conversation and dialogue support the professional development of educators? How do Educators learn through talking? How might conversation and dialogue support the professional development of educators? In order to give the essence [...]
A democratic school does not just happen, it is an ongoing process, and one that may not run smoothly or be harmonious or devoid of conflicting views and opinions.
The Cards for Democracy for All are out now!
Announcing the launch of the central pack of the Cards for Democracy Series. Join us live on 3 April at 19:00 CET.
What was taught in your history lessons and how was it taught? Is history used or abused to shape who we are?
No matter what we do in the classroom, our actions are always political. This blog revisits some of the best articles we published on the topic of teachers and politics in 2017.
Most civics education today at best educates young people to be voters, not to participate in a democracy. Considering today's enormous disruptions and challenges, educating children to be ‘good voters’ is no longer a reasonable answer.
The way we choose to do things in the classroom today has a direct impact on the world of tomorrow.