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Titan Newsletter – Related articles

Here is a link to the latest Titan Newsletter. The articles on The Diversity in Leadership Conference and The All Kinds of Everything Workshop Initiation are both of interest to The Eureka Project. http://www.titan.org.uk/news/

The Grammar school debate in the UK.

A  new 3 part documentary in the UK on the BBC examines the Grammar school debate through a number of case studies. The first is set in South East London. The series is timely given the recent allocation of funding by the Education Secretary Damian Hinds of £50...

Teaching pupils with Asperger’s: a guide

An education paper in the UK reports the following article : One student with Asperger syndrome reflects on her school life, and suggests what teachers can do to tackle the stigma. It includes the following statement "People with Asperger syndrome all have either...

Self-evaluation: What makes a good school?

SecEd in the UK posted this article on the 16th May 2018. What makes a good school? Archie McGlynn, former chief inspector of schools in Scotland, offers his litmus test and 10 self-evaluation questions for your whole staff. What is good about schools? Despite the...

Another perspective on “YouTubers”

Steve Spriggs from William Clarence Education writes YouTube is excellent for many things, such as watching videos of your favourite band or step-by-step instructions on how to change a tyre or make a pecan pie. But the new craze from ‘study tubers’ – teenagers who...

The dying art of storytelling in the classroom

An interesting read in "The Conversation" based on practice in the UK. How does it compare  to practice in your own country and institution? Storytelling may be as old as the hills but it remains one of the most effective tools for teaching and learning. A good story...

The dying art of storytelling in the classroom

An interesting read in "The Conversation" based on practice in the UK. How does it compare  to practice in your own country and institution? Storytelling may be as old as the hills but it remains one of the most effective tools for teaching and learning. A good story...

Six Amazing Women who changed the world

It is International Women's Day. The BBC have an interesting section on their BBC teach site. Today they are promoting video clips on six women who changed the world. I hope you can view it. Certainly you can view some of the resources on there if not the videos. Here...

Great First Meeting/Website address

Hi all, great to meet you last week and look forward to a fruitful working relationship over the duration of the project. The url available 'theeurekaproject.eu' seems like a good one to me Alan, simple and without the need to do numbers etc. Stiofán