Preparing for futures unknown

November 6, 2019 0

Preparing for futures unknown “Knowledge is changing so fast that we cannot give young people what they will need to know because we do not know what it will be” […]

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It is finished!

March 14, 2019 0

It is finished! Last week, Values and Visions went to press. After three years of writing, editing, drafting, re-drafting, sourcing images, seeking permissions trialling, adjusting according to feedback and everything […]

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A New Year’s Message to Inspire

January 9, 2019 0

A New Year’s Message to Inspire This week I received the new year’s message from Avaaz, an organisation I support and greatly admire. Their message could have come straight out […]

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Building community in your classroom

September 15, 2018 0

Building community in your classroom It was the first advisory of the year: Forty minutes to spend with the group of grade 7s (year 8s) I would see every morning […]

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Walk the corridor in their shoes

August 19, 2018 0

Walk the corridor in their shoes Back-to-school for teachers generally means getting back into gear, checking your timetable, preparing your classroom and first-day-handouts, organising the first week’s lessons, reminding yourself […]

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Will robots take over from humans?

July 29, 2018 0

Will robots take over from humans?   No, they will not, according to a fascinating BBC Radio 4 programme I heard last week. In How Do Our Kids Beat the Robots? […]

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A Man Who Embodied Values and Visions

July 2, 2018 0

Last week I had the pleasure of seeing the newly released documentary – “Won’t you be my Neighbour?” highlighting the life of the remarkable Fred Rogers. Growing up in the […]

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Don’t just poop and leave!

June 20, 2018 0

When we first started supporting the Loibor Siret School community in remote northern Tanzania in 2012, we were the generous visitors from a much more fortunate school coming to help […]

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