The School I'd Like: Revisited: Children and Young People's Reflections on an Education for the 21st Century

The School I'd Like: Revisited: Children and Young People's Reflections on an Education for the 21st Century✺ [BOOKS] ✮ The School I'd Like: Revisited: Children and Young People's Reflections on an Education for the 21st Century By Catherine Burke ❄ – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk Wonderfully illuminated by children s essays, stories, poems, pictures and plans, this ground breaking book offers a unique snapshot of the perceptions of today s school pupils French bookstore Lavois Wonderfully illuminated by children s I'd Like: PDF/EPUB æ essays, stories, poems, pictures and plans, this ground breaking book offers a unique snapshot of the perceptions of today s school pupils French bookstore Lavoisier lavoisierIn , The Guardian launched a ground breaking competition called The School I d Like , in which young people were asked to imagine their ideal school This vibrant and compelling book presents material drawn from that competition, offering a unique snapshot of perceptions of schools by those who matter most the pupils In , The Guardian re launched the competition and this updated The School eBook Ò nd edition reflects upon the next generation of reflections and summarises, through the children s insightful commentary, what has changed over the intervening decadeThe book is wonderfully illustrated by children s essays, stories, poems, pictures and plans Placing their views in the centre of the debate, it provides an evaluation of the democratic processes involved in teaching and learning byidentifying consistencies in children s expressions of how they wish to learn highlighting particular sites of disease in the education system today illustrating how the built environment is experienced by today s children posing questions about School I'd Like: PDF/EPUB ¿ the reconstruction of teaching and learning for the twenty first centuryThe School I d Like Revisited offers a powerful perspective on school reform and is essential reading for all those involved in education and childhood studies, including teachers, advisors, policy makers, academics, and anyone who believes that children s voices should not be ignored.