The Teaching instinct and 12 principles of modern education (developed by the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Pedagogy)
The teaching instinct– is it inborn or can it be brought up? It is always a question for teachers and parents all over the world.
On all NIS Internet platforms, Professor Wyse reflects on the memorable principles for pedagogy that help to ensure high quality education, on the school-parent partnership, and effective pedagogy for young children in homes and schools.
Our Intellectual podcast speaker Dominic Wyse is a world-famous expert in the field of early childhood and primary education, the President of the British Educational Research Association (BERA), Professor of at Institute of Education of the University College London (UCL), and Founding Director of the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Pedagogy (0-11).
Dominic Wyse has worked in the top universities and held high-profile positions. From 2015 to 2019 Dominic was Head of the UCL Academic Department Learning and Leadership. Prior to that Dominic was Faculty Director of Research, Consultancy and Knowledge Transfer, in the Faculty of Children and Learning. Before joining the IOE Dominic was a Senior Lecturer at the University of Cambridge. He was also appointed as Churchill College Cambridge’s first Director of Music-Making, where he was also a Fellow and Director of Studies for Education. Dominic’s extensive expertise in music began with his undergraduate studies at The Royal Academy of Music. Before the University of Cambridge, Dominic was a Reader at Liverpool John Moores University, and a teacher with experience working in London, Bradford and Huddersfield in infant and junior phases. The wide range of his work includes consultancy for major international companies and advice to governments. His consultancy work has included acting as an expert witness in legal cases. He has been an invited expert featuring in media including BBC Newsnight, BBC Radio Four Today, the Times Educational Supplement, the Guardian, The Economist, and The Times.
Professor Wyse’s book “Becoming a primary school teacher” was translated into the Kazakh and Russian languages and presented by Bilim Media Group at the XI NIS International research-to-practice conference in 2019. Now, the book has become an indispensable tool for initial preparation of primary school teachers in the Higher pedagogical college named after Zh. Dosmukhamedov that is NIS partner.
Dominic Wyse’s podcast “The Teaching Instinct: Effective Pedagogy for Young children in Homes and Schools” is available in three languages at the following links: