A Classic(s) Dilemma Why should we look to preserve and amplify Classics as a subject on all secondary school curricula, why is it useful, and what are some of the intrinsic problems involved in trying to implement or preserve Classics in schools? The video below was produced for @BrewEdCleethorpes on the topics above! Leave your … Continue reading Opening Pandora’s Box: The Case for Classics on Secondary School Curricula.
The Platonic school, learning as 'recollection' & the Theory of Forms The Theory of Forms is a school of thought attributed to Plato. First of all this theory concerns itself with how we know what we know, and can be considered epistemological in this regard. Plato and his ilk put forth the worldview that everything … Continue reading What can Socrates teach us about cognitive science? (Pt 1.)
Good, loyal and dependable: have a few good boi retrieval strategies ready to go. Retrieval practice has been a hot-topic issue in the Twittersphere and in general educational discourse for some time now, and particularly since the release of Kate Jones’ (@87History) accessible and insightful edubook of the same title. Many teachers can be put … Continue reading Golden Retrievers