There is a need for new initiative to respond to the educational challenges of 2020-2021.  Challenges for example that emerge from uncertainty about the global impact of Covid-19, the positive messages of Black Lives Matter, the urgent need to engage with climate change issues and concerns about, for example, international relationships [globally and in Europe]; and UK international development priorities [with the winding up of DfID]. 

There is a need to make connections that enable learners to engage, now and in the future, with many global realities.

 

 

See: The Elephant Times [3] January 2021

To review indivdual articles: ET [3] Articles

 

If you have problems downloding from

file [above] the whole magazine ET [3] is also here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

See The Elephant Times [2] October 2020.

To review or print individual articles: ET [2] Articles

 

If you have problems downloading from interactive

file [above] the whole magazine ET [2] is also here. 

 

 

 

 

See: The Elephant Times [1] July 2020.  

To review individual articles go to Articles: The Elephant Times

 

If you have problems downloading from interactive

file [above] whole magazine ET [1] also here.

 

 

 

 

Why ‘Elephant Times’?  Deep in the DEC/ Tide~ archive [from 1984] we find The Elephant Times newsletter.  This title was inspired by a rewrite, by Robin Richardson, of an ancient Indian fable to highlight the fragmented curriculum and the need for connection and cooperation between different areas of innovation.