Inspired by 18th Century Lunar Men

Jim Wynn explains in his article for SecEd how the 18th century story of the lunar men acted as inspiration for an exciting new education charity that aims to drive change and transformation

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22nd Nov 2014 8:48 pm

We must teach our children the rules of the game

Alliance member Professor Mick Waters considers the merits of these claim in his new SecEd article We must teacher our children the rules of the game

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27th Oct 2014 8:53 pm

What exactly makes for good teaching?

In his SecEd article for the Alliance, Professor Mick Waters asks ‘are we measuring the worth of our teachers in the right way?’

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3rd Jul 2014 7:39 am

Going SOLO

The Alliance’s Fellow Samantha Broom argues that the technology used by students is not important, as long as it is the right tool for the job.  To read Samantha’s SecEd article on her Fellowship research Going Solo

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5th Jun 2014 7:53 am

Be Brave Ofsted

Professor Mick Waters offers his vision of how inspection should work and how schools and teachers should be judged.

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1st May 2014 7:43 am

Confusion and Contradiction

Professor Mick Waters looks at puzzles and contradictions from the loss of the Ashes to reaching the South Pole and the impact of confusing thought on schools today.

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27th Feb 2014 8:53 am

Preparations for PISA2015

Martin Ripley, 21CLA Director, is involved in the management of the PISA 2015 tests, and explains what is involved in SecEd

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5th Feb 2014 8:32 pm

Action Research Fellowships

Maria Dawes, head of school education at Babcock 4S and a financial supporter of the 21CLA’s Fellowship programme, argues the case for teachers taking on classroom research

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30th Jan 2014 9:02 am

14-19 One System, Many Pathways

TSir Mike Tomlinson the Co-Chair of the Alliance has Co-Chaired a six month enquiry for the Skills Commission that has resulted in a new 14-19 education report.

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29th Nov 2013 2:43 pm

Teacher strikes - will history repeat itself?

In his new SecEd article Teacher strikes – will history repeat itself? Professor Sir Tim Brighouse finds himself involved in a staffroom debate on current industrial action and recalls the teacher strikes of the 1980s.

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14th Oct 2013 2:13 pm