Wednesday, 6 February 2013

Secondary schools should look to primaries for innovative ideas | Teacher Network | Guardian Professional

Secondary schools should look to primaries for innovative ideas | Teacher Network | Guardian Professional:
"Innovation is the single most important quality needed in a staff common room. It's the thing students don't know that they want in their teachers, but the thing they value the most when they reflect on your teaching.

Innovation takes many forms, but nowhere do you see so many of these, than in the best primary schools. The creative curriculum is alive and kicking in primary schools, but it is in danger of being dead and buried in secondary education."


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