FORUM Volume 62 (2020) Issue 1

ISSN 0963-8253

Contents

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Celebrating Education

Editorial. Celebrating Education, pages 3‑6
GAWAIN LITTLE, KEN JONES, JESS EDWARDS Free to download

Pedagogy and Enlightenment, pages 7‑18
TERRY WRIGLEY

'Pedagogy for Transformability': a challenge to 'psychological prisons' of fixed learner identities and claims of 'pedagogic naivety'? Teachers' Perspectives, pages 19‑30
PHIL WRIGHT

Walking the Talk: moving forwards with sustained shared thinking and dialogic teaching, pages 31‑40
CATHERINE GRIPTON, RUPERT KNIGHT

'There's No Time to Talk because the Evidence is in the Writing': fostering talk in an evidence-driven primary education culture, pages 41‑52
FAYE WORTHY-PAULING

The Humanities as an Essential Element of a Balanced and Broadly Based Primary Curriculum, pages 53‑64
TONY EAUDE

'Mastery Mathematics' - but Who is the Slave?, pages 65‑68
JULIAN WILLIAMS

The Philosophy for Children Pedagogy in a University-Based Initial Teacher Education Course: a case study of a 'disruptive' pedagogy, pages 69‑78
FUFY DEMISSIE

Mantle of the Expert, pages 79‑90
TIM TAYLOR, NICOLE WINTER

Creative Activism: learning everywhere with children and young people, pages 91‑106
PENNY HAY, RUTH SAPSED , ESTHER SAYERS, MELISSA BENN , SUE RIGBY

Being an Inspector is Not a Bed of Roses, pages 107‑110
COLIN RICHARDS

How We Teach: the start of a longer conversation, pages 111‑112
PAUL PARSLOW-WILLIAMS, GEMMA WATTS, EMILY ROWE

Where Now for Pedagogy in England?, pages 123‑138
GAWAIN LITTLE

BOOK REVIEW Education and Democratic Participation: the making of learning communities (Stewart Ranson), pages 139‑142
PATRICK YARKER

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