Taught Not Caught: Educating for 21st Century Character by Nicky Morgan
As secretary of education from 2014 to 1616, Nicky Morgan had a job she described as "one of the best ministries in the British government." At the time, she announced…
Taught Not Caught synopsis
As secretary of education from 2014 to 1616, Nicky Morgan had a job she described as "one of the best ministries in the British government." At the time, she announced a £ 3.5m program to promote extracurricular activities and lessons that build "sensations" and "flexibility" in a generation of schoolchildren. Here, she reveals why she believes that building distinctive children has a positive impact on academic achievement.
In writing this book, she had the privilege of visiting some of the schools that won the Ministry of Education awards. Hear their stories, consider the work they have done to promote personal education and identify the values that they want to include in their schools and see how positive they are about this area of their school life have assured them that the focus on the characters sits together with the acquisition of knowledge.
In fact, the latter helps. The generosity of schools has enabled it to capture basic examples and bring life to life.
Change in education does not happen by accident. Need to pay deliberately.
Public awareness should be increased, the need for the government to clarify to those in the education system that this is a priority they will support, and more importantly, the front lines, ie schools, presidents, teachers, and conservatives. Communities must be empowered to create the conditions for systematic change to be established and developed.
Education is the biggest investment we can make in the future of our country. The greatest investment that the education system can make in our students is to ensure that they have access to knowledge and personality..
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