Episode 12 of The Curriculum is the second episode with special guest, Hywel Roberts. He talks about his ‘Imagineering’ work with schools and how this pedagogy can set teachers imaginations free to create exciting learning. It’s fascinating to hear Hywel talk us through his ideas, so it’s a big thank you to him for joining us on the show for the second time.
Included in the episode is chat about Hywel’s second book, written with Debra Kidd, Uncharted Territories: Adventures In Learning and his future book Bad Hat Harry and Imagineering!: Making the curriculum your own.
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About Hywel Roberts
Hywel Roberts is a teacher, author and educationalist who works with schools, colleges, universities and other educational organisations across the UK and beyond. His first book is called, Oops! Helping Children Learn Accidentally. And he has a new one, Unchartered Territories, Adventures in Learning, out next month, and then Bad Hat Harry and Imagineering! Making the Curriculum Your Own, which comes out in January 2019.
Notes and links
Here is a list of links to some of the things we reference on the show.
- Create Learn Inspire – Hywel Roberts
- Hywel Roberts on Twitter
- Debra Kidd – Independent Thinking People
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