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Expansive Education
is an approach to teaching
and learning that develops life-long learners.

Central to this practice is Action Research as ongoing CPD for teachers to develop positive attributes in learners, preparing individuals to meet the challenges of life and work.




 

 


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Featured teacher action research: Launch of teacher-led research journal at Highlands College

  Featured eedNET school: Highlands College, Jersey - Celebrating Expansive Education research project publication
 
  Featured article: Schools accused of stifling skills of would-be engineers - New CRL report
  Featured Book: Leaders of Their Own Learning - Ron Berger


  eedNET research digest (members): New issue: Craftsmanship: a desirable outcome of education   Featured AR blog: Action research plan as a blog: Chemist with a conscience




               


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      'If we are going to transform outcomes for young people from all backgrounds then we need teachers who are both expert in their subject and have a bigger view of education. We need to help young people become powerful learners as well as excelling at maths or history. And we need all teachers to be hungry for new ideas and new methods. That's why I am a strong supporter of the Expansive Education Network and all that it is advocating and doing'
             
      James Westhead, Executive Director,
      Teach First
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      Action Research gives more than your average CPD...

           

      Upcoming events

      03 Dec 2014 • Bath Spa University - Newton Park Campus
      09 Dec 2014 4:00 PM • Park View School DH3 3QA
       
      New book: 
      Expansive Education:

      Teaching learners for the real world
       
        
       
       
       
      "I would like to thank you personally for all your support and encouragement over the last couple of years. Getting involved in expansive education has been a great experience for me and I hope to work with the expansive education network again soon."

      London teacher - June 2014 
       

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