Knowing What to Do in School: what is it useful for educational leaders, teachers and students to think about?

FORUM - ISSN 0963-8253
Volume 61 Number 1 (2019)

Knowing What to Do in School: what is it useful for educational leaders, teachers and students to think about?
JOHN BLANCHARD, pages 113-124
DOI: 10.15730/forum.2019.61.1.113

Abstract

This article tries to show that combining opportunities to imitate and study with self-inspired and autonomous activities can facilitate the exploitation and exploration of different kinds of knowledge and ways of learning. This approach might inform leaders' and teachers' education and development with a focus on promoting students' capability and understanding through problem-solving and the pursuit of projects for personal satisfaction and public recognition. The intention is for effective teaching and learning to contribute to healthy, inclusive, productive communities in a sustainable world.

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To cite this article
JOHN BLANCHARD (2019) Knowing What to Do in School: what is it useful for educational leaders, teachers and students to think about?, FORUM, 61(1), 113-124. https://doi.org/10.15730/forum.2019.61.1.113

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