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Subject knowledge has enjoyed a recent rehabilitation within education. Whilst there are groups ideologically opposed to teaching content (either on the grounds that it ‘stifles creativity’ or amounts to ‘indoctrination’), the simple fact that children and schools are typically assessed … Continue reading
This June 2013 article takes a critical look at three pervasive myths that continue to pop up in education. The first legend is one of learners as digital natives for whom ‘old’ media and methods used in teaching/learning no longer … Continue reading