Oliver Hadingham of Waseda University, Japan, discusses the reform and growth of the English public school system in the nineteenth century and the forces that drove its change during this period.
Professor Frances Shiobara examines whether Malcolm Gladwell’s 10,000 hour rule can be applied to language learning and examines opportunities for maximising students’ second language acquisition in the context of the Japanese education system.
In his Conference Chair Address at The European Conference on Education 2016, held in Brighton, UK June 29 to July 3, 2016, Professor Brian Hudson reflects on the conference theme of “Education and Social Justice: Democratising Education”.
Using two excerpts by contemporary authors, Francesca Pierini examines our perception of knowledge, and the ways in which it can both empower and limit a society.
Half a century after its inception, Professor Joel Campbell looks back at Star Trek and explains why the cherished television franchise is a perfect tool for illustrating concepts of international relations in the classroom.
Professor Donald E. Hall and Dr. Joseph Haldane discuss the origins of Queer Studies, The Routledge Queer Studies Reader and interdisciplinary study.
Professor Craig Sower argues that developers’ planned data collection Panopticon is another reason why parents, teachers, and citizens should oppose the Common Core State Standards Initiative (CCSSI).