In a recent Guardian article Stephen Heppell, professor of new media environments at Bournemouth University’s Centre for Excellence in Media Practice believes in the ‘shoeless classroom’ and cites many perceived benefits. He also believes that teachers should also be shoeless.
Teachers, including Tom Starkey @tstarkey1212 are more cautious.
There are, I find, a number of issues with the ‘shoeless’ policy; no one single ‘fix’ will resolve all the problems, we are complicated and subject to numerous whims and toes can still be stubbed and injured.
My main objection though is to Stephen…
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