Turning Thinking on its Head: How bodies make up their minds
Embodied cognition and challenging the assumptions that underlie the dominant sedentary and disembodied approach to the high status bits of education
Expanding the capacity to learn: A new end for education
There is a widespread belief that being an effective, powerful, real life learner is a useful thing to be, and that twenty first century education should be aiming to help young people develop this genetic capacity to learn
School as an Epistemic Apprenticeship: The Case of Building Learning Power
Giving all children a more focused, practical and relevant send-off on their journeys through the rest of the 21st century
Involuntary Simplicity: Changing Dysfunctional Habits of Consumption
Why is it so difficult for 'voluntary simplicity' to become truly voluntary? This analysis makes clear why certain popular forms of campaigning and education are ineffective and looks to methodologies of self-transformation.
Some Points and Questions (Ps and Qs) that might help us explore better ways to evidence the benefits that young people have gained from their time at school.