With Professor John Stephenson
Report on the Seminar Linked with the 'International Centre for Learner Managed Learning'
Held on 11th January 2000 Twelve Centre members and guests spent a fascinating afternoon hosted by University of North London Business School in January. Through dialogue with Professor John Stephenson, we learnt about linking learners, universities and organisations.
Professor Stephenson has had a long association with learner centred approaches to learning and has set up the International Centre for Learner Managed Learning at Middlesex University.
He posed a couple of questions at the start of the session -
How can we prepare ourselves for a world that...
The inquiry team established by the Centre has produced its first report on Summerhill School.
The team of eight, chaired by Ian Cunningham included the following; Stuart Ainsworth, Co-Director, Equality and Discrimination Centre, Faculty of Education, University of Strathclyde; Dr Harry Gray, Chairman of MES Ltd and Visiting Professor, University of Salford; Derry Hannam, Education Consultant and Council of Europe Expert Adviser in Education for Democratic Citizenship; Dr Peter Honey, Chartered Psychologist and publisher; Jill Horsburgh, Head, The Godolphin School, Salisbury; Colin Reid, Head, St Christopher School, Letchworth; and Dr Michael Rosen, writer for children and broadcaster.
The following is a report...
with Professor John G. Burgoyne
Fifteen CSML network members and invited guests from as far away as Finland enjoyed a participative afternoon with John Burgoyne, as guests of NOP in Blackfriars.
John is Professor of Management Learning and Head of the Department of Learning at Lancaster University Management School, a visiting Professor at other universities and business schools, as well as working with several large national and multi national organisations. He was a founder member of 'The Learning Company' project with Mike Pedler and Tom Boydell.
John explained the basic ideas behind the Learning Company concept, defining such a company as "An organisation...