Project Based Learning (PBL) is increasingly seen by schools as a way to equip students with the skills they will need as adults. Its introduction into the school curriculum timetable can be a serious challenge, however: classes need to be longer, and team teaching is desirable as are team planning sessions. Examples from English schools provide some solutions.Read More
Traditional curriculum design is based on the delivery of segregated silos of knowledge, however, learning is more effective when it fulfils a real need and integrates of a variety of knowledge and information. In this Google Education on Air presentation we examine recent case studies from Wapping High School to demonstrate how technology is being used in the UK to embrace the concept of schools as communities of learners where students and teachers learn with and from each other.