In my vision, space-age objects, in the form of small computers, will cross these cultural barriers to enter the private worlds of children everywhere. They will do so not as mere physical objects. This book is about how computers can be carriers of powerful ideas and of the seeds of cultural change, how they can help people form new relationships with knowledge that cut across the traditional lines separating humanities from sciences and knowledge of the self from both of these. (p.4)
I want to look at DRAMA VICTORIA’S HELPFUL LINKS that help teachers explain the benefits of drama education to students and parents . The challenge before teachers is to be precise and rigorous in their assessment and evaluation of student achievement while, at the same time, avoiding educational jargon. Jargon is so often counter-productive in helping teachers visualise for students the ‘progress map’ of learning in drama.
A picture is worth a thousand words. An interface is worth a thousand pictures. Content strategist, Kristina Halvorson.
What’s your understanding of ‘high’ and ‘low order’ thinking?
As school leaders and teachers, we have to ‘pick our battles’ as we work to understand the value of what we do.
Curriculum design requires both creativity and rigour. I test this approach in THE NONSENSE PROJECT.