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Autonomy, Classroom Management, Pedagogy

What is Liberationist Pedagogy and how can you apply it?
By Ben Greenwood on February 26, 2020

Liberationism flips the traditional classroom on its head. By putting the student at the centre of the classroom instead of the teacher, pupils have more say in what they learn and how...

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Autonomy, Blog, guide, Student Engagement, Teacher Resources

5‭ ‬Steps to Increase Autonomy in the Classroom
By Bethany Spencer on May 10, 2017

It is our duty, not only to educate our students‭, ‬but to instill in them skills that will help them to succeed in a‭ ‬life outside of education‭. ‬By encouraging our students to become...

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Autonomy, Autonomous learning, News, Articles, Blog

Autonomous Learning in the Classroom - Giving Students the Reins
By Louise Raw on November 14, 2013

Teaching is hard. In case keeping 30 kids focussed for 60 minutes wasn’t difficult enough, you also have to complete enough paperwork to bury a school bus. What if there was a way to...

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