Attack! 104 In the Early World: Elwyn Richardson

Welcome to ATTACK! 

ATTACK! is a two-page occasional publication giving attention to the curriculum – the holistic curriculum.

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! 104 In the Early World: Elwyn Richardson

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2 Responses to Attack! 104 In the Early World: Elwyn Richardson

  1. Kelvin says:

    From Auckland University:
    Great article. Much needed in these days of cuts in the arts.

  2. Roger Young says:

    we need more of this sort of publication.
    there are two things, among many, that primary education does to its peril.
    First In the current drive to failure we have a system which tries to prevent any teachers from exploring and experimenting especially with ways to get children to express their learnings.
    Second, we refuse to learn from or use any of the skill and knowledge of our successful older teachers. Or in fact learn from any history as suggested in the article about Elwyn Richardson.

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