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Martin Robinson

Martin Robinson worked for 20 years in state schools in London as a teacher, a leader and an advanced skills teacher. Now an education consultant, he works with schools and other institutions on curriculum development and a wide range of other issues. He is a regular on the conference circuit both in the UK and internationally.

Click here to hear what Martin has to say in his interview with Francis Gilbert of the Local Schools Network.
Click here to listen to the podcast Naylor’s Natter where Phil Naylor talks to Martin about Curriculum-Athena versus the Machine.


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Publications by Martin Robinson

Trivium 21c

From Ancient Greece to the present day, Trivium 21c explores…

Trivium in Practice

Trivium in Practice brings together a series of case studies…

Curriculum

Martin Robinson’s Curriculum: Athena versus the machine explores the educational…

There Is Another Way

Edited by Ian Gilbert with chapters by Mark Anderson, Lisa…

Author Blog

Ofsted and Knowledge.

January 26 2020

It’s what you do, not how you label it that matters. What is the difference between ‘disciplinary’ and ‘substantive’ knowledge and what other ways might there be of organising knowledge? In this excellent article Christine Counsell explains that: “Substantive knowledge is the content that teachers teach as established fact – whether common convention, concept or … More Ofsted and Knowledge.

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Whose Cultural Capital?

December 17 2019

“[educationl is in fact one of the most effective means of perpetuating the existing social pattern, as it both provides an apparent justification for social inequalities and gives recognition to the cultural heritage, that is, to a social gift treated as a natural one.” (Bourdieu, 1974, p. 32) Education maintains inequality. Bourdieu argues that in … More Whose Cultural Capital?

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