Attack 12! Drama as part of everyday classroom life

Welcome to ATTACK! 

ATTACK! is a two-page occasional publication giving attention to the curriculum – the holistic curriculum.Screen Shot 2016-01-23 at 11.06.53 AM

ATTACK! is for you, also to introduce to your colleagues. Each issue will be restricted to two pages. A cover graphic for a file or folder to store ATTACK! issues is available.

Most of ATTACK! will be concerned with the holistic curriculum which, if acted on, is a fundamental way to undermine the present undemocratic education system. Don’t be discouraged if opportunities to teach holistically are limited, do your best, be a guardian, and act as a witness to this culturally significant and inspiring way of teaching and learning.

To get in touch for comment, questions, and the ATTACK! issues to be sent to you personally:  ksmythe@wave.co.nz

Attack! 12 Drama as part of everyday classroom life

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3 Responses to Attack 12! Drama as part of everyday classroom life

  1. thanks Kelvin an interesting read. I’ve set up a blog for people to add their analyses of Hattie’s book Visible Learning. We’ve analysed the effects: self-report, Piaget, worked examples, concentration and diet so far. I am surprised at how often Hattie misrepresents meta-analyses.
    http://visablelearning.blogspot.com/

    • Kelvin says:

      My next Attack! is a two-page launch against Hattie – particularly in how it reduces classroom teaching and teachers. Well done George. I have heard that he is conspiring with Pearson to benefit from an organisational idea (clusters) he has promoted in NZ.

  2. Kelvin says:

    Kelvin
    Wanted to say thanks for the Attack! article about drama. It really inspired me to use drama again as I once used to as a student/new teacher way back in the late 90s.
    Thanks for the wonderful inspiration as always.
    Nga mihi nui

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