TESpro links and references - 181111

1st December 2011 at 00:00
All the weblinks and references from the November 18 2011 edition of TESpro in one place

propedagogy - Enquiry-based learning

Personal Inquiry project

http:www.nQuire.org.uk for the toolkit

http:www.tlrp.orgtel for the "next generation problem solvers"

Roger Sutcliffe


Expansive Education network


Open Futures


Additional references

Paul A Kirschner, John Sweller and Richard E Clark (2006) Why minimal guidance during instruction does not work: An analysis of the failure of constructivist, discovery, problem-based, experiential and inquiry-based teaching, Educational Psychologist, 41:2, 75-86

Cindy E Hmelo-Silver, Ravit Golan Duncan and Clark A Chinn (2006) Scaffolding and Achievement in Problem-Based and Inquiry Learning: A response to Kirschner, Sweller and Clark, Educational Psychologist, 42: 2, 99-107

John Sweller, Paul A Kirschner and Richard E Clarke (2007) Why minimally guided teaching techniques to not work: a reply to commentaries, Educational Psychologist 42: 2, 115-121

Jerome Bruner. 1962. The Process of Education. Harvard University Press.


Faith to Faith - from the Tony Blair Faith Foundation



An extract from Gererd Dixie's new book, Getting on Better with Teenagers: Improving Behaviour and Learning through Positive Relationships, published by Continuum (pound;17.99)http:bit.lyrcCoEi

Tom Bennett's blog


To pose your questions to our behaviour experts, add a new thread here: www.tes.co.ukbehaviour


Verbal and non-verbal intelligence changes in the teenage brain

Sue Ramsden, Fiona M. Richardson, Goulven Josse, Michael S. C. Thomas, Caroline Ellis, Clare Shakeshaft, Mohamed L. Seghier amp; Cathy J. Price

The stability of individual differences in mental ability from childhood to old age: follow-up of the 1932 Scottish Mental Survey



To pose questions to the TESpro Career Clinic, visit: www.tes.co.ukcareerclinic


To contact the editor of TESpro, email: michael.shaw@tes.co.uk


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