Economics lecturers need to teach their students about more than just numbers.
In both the global North and South, economics tends to be taught with micro- and macroeconomic models that are disconnected from sociopolitical realities. We suggest new ways of teaching economics.
Coach John Triscari talks to the Australian Paralympic Wheelchair Basketball team during the Women’s Gold Medal Game at the London 2012 Paralympics.
Coaches are sometimes thought of as 'teachers' of their sport. So what can coaches learn from the field of education?
Brazilian educator Paulo Freire wrote extensively about education that oppresses.
The lessons Paulo Freire learnt nearly 90 years ago and the theories he developed from painful personal experience still resonate across Africa's schooling systems today.
The eloquent way to get ahead in life.
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A recent report confirms that the alumni of British “public schools” still control politics and many top professions. One reason those people are so successful in public life is, of course, that their…
A new online hub has been established for teachers interested in interactive teaching models. Researchers at Harvard University…
Thinking ahead: Let children with higher intellects break free of age groupings, says Miraca Gross. Flickr/ACPL.
Schoolchildren should be classed by intellectual ability in subject groupings rather than lumped together according to age…
Speedy and decisive action is needed from the government to ensure our future energy security.
That “Eureka” moment when a student thunders over an educational hurdle opening up a new realm of learning, is the holy grail for educators. The technical term is a “threshold concept”, and they’re being…