Pearson’s Five Things Education Project

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The Five Things Project contained thoughts from influencers in the Education Sector

Back in 2012 The Pearson Foundation launched a website that interviewed and gained contributions from education thought leaders.

While I don’t think the contributions are being updated regularly anymore, the good news is that they are still there for people to come and read.

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Listening and reading from others who are experts in their fields allows our minds to be sharp. It gives us opportunity to sharpen our own skills and to evaluate best practise. I would highly encourage you to take some time to read at least five contributions and see where their wisdom can be placed into your setting and thinking.

The posts are relatively short and include contributions from Pam Allyn (Litworld), Robert Becker, Tony Jackson (Asia Society), and Ewan McIntosh (No Tosh).

Link: The Five Things Project

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