New Perspectives on ... courses
New Perspectives ... offers two main types of course designed for headteachers, teachers, those training to teach and, often, other staff or governors in primary and nursery schools. This page describes the courses New Perspectives on ... while those Thinking Through Pedagogy can be seen by clicking the link.
All of the courses are designed to encourage discussion and the sharing of good practice, recognising the need for teachers to think through and reflect on the complexity of children's learning. They are, therefore, very different from courses which offer simple solutions.
The courses are based on research and experience, with both theoretical and practical elements. Courses are set up, usually in schools, in response to requests, rather than organised on pre-set dates. If you wish to discuss holding one of these courses in this school and how these can be of most use to you, then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
New Perspectives on ... are designed as one day training courses addressing a particular theme and helping participants to explore what these involve and the practical implications. However, these can be tailored to the specific needs of an individual school, partnership or group and can be adapted as a set of two or three twilight sessions. The rationale, audience, timescale and commitment and intended outcomes of each of the established courses can be seen by clicking the appropriate link from the left-hand column or below. These are New Perspectives on...
Identity, Culture and Belonging: Educating Young Children for a Changing World is due to be published by Bloomsbury Academic in February 2020. Details of how to order are on the Bloomsbury website.
Developing the expertise of primary and elementary classroom teachers -professional learning for a changing world was published by Bloomsbury Academic in January 2018. A paperback version was published in July 2019. Details of how to order are on the Bloomsbury website.
New Perspectives on Young Children’s Moral Education
-Developing Character through a Virtue Ethics Approach was published by Bloomsbury in December 2015. Details of how to order are on the Bloomsbury website.
How do expert primary classroom teachers really work? - a guide for teachers, headteachers and teacher educators was published in 2012. For further details, see the publications section of this website or contact email@example.com
Details of how to order are on the Critical Publishing website.
Download flyer (pdf, 3.3MB).
Thinking Through Pedagogy for Primary and Early Years was published in January 2011. For further details see Thinking Through Pedagogy for Primary and Early Years.
Children's Spiritual, Moral, Social and Cultural Development by Tony Eaude (second edition, 2008)
Enhancing Achievement for Young Bilingual Learners
Download flyer (pdf, 410K) by Tony Eaude, published in March 2007
For more details on how to order these, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org