It’s strange, and when I come to think of it very strange, that it never occurred to me in England or Scotland, and that it was only when I was teaching in Penang, Malaysia that the penny dropped. Just a bit of background: since 2002 (that’s not long after the Webmag began) I have been … Read more…
The need for space and risk in order to develop and learn
A follow-up to a series by a parent of a disabled child.
A unique project which throws up lots of questions.
Lots of clever technology – but are things better for children?
Human development is more complex than the standard theories.
The child within the family, the family within the community.
A busy and balanced day makes for a healthy body and active mind.
Social Pedagogy as a secondary opportunity to reach so-called ‘unreachable students’ and their families
We seek security – and find it in different places.
Good practice is often thought-out concerned common sense.
Babies are hard-wired to survive.