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Creating Tomorrow's Schools Today

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<div>Education is the platform for our success or failure, but is our system still fit for purpose? Will our children be equipped to face the challenges the future holds: the rapidly changing employment patterns and the global environmental, economic and social crises ahead of us? Or will our children grow up to resent their school years and blame them for th ...more
Paperback, 176 pages
Published (first published February 4th 2010)
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Rozana
Excellent read, progressive outlook! Education must be 'transformed' globally, not merely reformed! The example of Grange Primary School in Nottingham is an insightful one where the author brings hope and light to a once helpless case of failing school system, I loved the realistic and common sense approach to creating a curricula, system, k& pedagogies that were both successful and not complicated as I had imagined it to be..
Gloria Denoon
Richard Gever is a from-ground-up version of Ken Robinson, both promoting the development of individuals’ unique talents and interests along with creativity.

The book has real substance in both the conceptual ideas and how to implement them. Part I focuses on the conceptual aspect of future education, while Part II the actual implementation of those concepts at his former school in England. For instance, in part I there is a discussion on the importance of making school magical, making learning
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Haani
Excellent! Inspirational and has many good ideas for educationists.
Robert Drummond
Great book. Read this in about a week. Gerver has loads of great ideas which transformed his school and the lives of the children within his school. Nice to read an education book which isn't just 'This is what we should do' but is 'This is what we did and how well it worked'.

Cigdem
Inspiring read about how children as well as the local community can work together to create learning environments of tomorrow.
Rui
delicious. He's is not a great thinkers, but he's working on the field with the best theory, with courage, commitment and great results. Educations needs a revolution. And its possible ...more
Michele Velthuizen
Finally, a book that gives solid advice on how to change schools. I want to start today and make ASH the first international school to break away from tradition. Who's with me?
Sven Meys
An interesting view on the education system today and what can be done to improve it.
If only more people shared the authors vision.
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