Punk Learning – Be Realistic, Demand the Impossible

Posted: May 21, 2013 in Punk Learning
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“Freedom is the positive sense of being free to do what one likes and to realise ones full potential” Demanding the Impossible; A History of Anarchism – Peter Marshall

Below is my presentation that I delivered at Pedagoo Sunshine in Gateshead.

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Some more reading on the ideas;

“For creativity to flourish, schools have to feel free to innovate without the constant fear of being penalised for not keeping with the programme.”

Ken Robinson article – have to admit, I’m not a huge fan off all that Ken Robinson has to say, but this struck a chord with me as I was preparing this presentation.

A critique of this article by Tom Bennett can be found here

“Our ultimate goal is to do what’s best for children, which often requires us to be rebels.”

Alfie Kohn article

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  1. Thank you for sharing!

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