18 Jun 2015
“I have personally witnessed many times, the magic light up in the eyes of young people, when they realize what the combination of art & science can summon within them – you can see potential start to shine, when they realize that it is their own lives which are the materials for growth and self-realization.” Prof Helen Storey MBE
14 May 2015
Anthony Painter explains the key research and findings of our first Power to Create paper - The new digital learning age: how we can enable social mobility through technology.
20 Apr 2015
Louise Bamfield - RRS Blog Profile
Louise Bamfield explores Research Rich Schools, a new website and toolkit offering ideas and practical support for school leaders and teachers.
13 Apr 2015
Following the publication of the Creative Learning action plan by the Welsh Assembly Government RSA Fellows in Wales are hosting an informed debate on it's potential reach and impact. Rich Pickford explores why you and the RSA should be interested.
31 Mar 2015
If we want to give schools the power to create the first thing they might need is the space to reflect.
10 Dec 2014
Our new animation and publication explore how we can unleash creativity among teachers, with 11 authors offering their perspective from practice, policy and academia on how we can improve teacher quality.
10 Nov 2014
Young people could be put off becoming the next generation of teachers due to a culture of top down accountability measures, pay-related incentives and high stakes testing and appraisal, according to the latest report from the RSA.
06 Nov 2014
Debra Kidd is a teacher and author of Teaching: Notes From the Frontline
03 Nov 2014
Next week the RSA launches its Licensed to Create animation and publication.
16 May 2014
The government has no coherent strategy for the development of teachers’ professional capabilities once they enter the classroom, according to an 18 month joint inquiry by BERA and the RSA into the use of research in the teaching profession.
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