On 8th March 2021 the National Association for Primary Education held their annual Schiller Lecture presented by Dr. Tony Eaude. Due to the pandemic this was the first time it was held virtually and the recording is available for you here.
Dr. Eaude has published widely on a range of educational topics extending from pedagogy in the classroom to children’s moral, social and cultural development, earning himself the reputation as one of the most articulate and enlightened voices in the primary sector. His most recent book (2020), Identity, Culture and Belonging: Educating Young Children for a Changing World, characteristically draws on his wealth of teaching experience in the primary school, including headship and his insights into the changing contexts for schooling and children’s development. This was recorded at the Zoom NAPE Conference 2021 accompanied with the slides Tony had written for it.
To find out more about Christian Schiller HMI please click on the link below https://nape.org.uk/publications
The Schiller Book, published by NAPE, ‘In His Own Words’, can be purchased for only £5.
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