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Resources from Paul Clarke

Hope or Silence - We Can't Have Both

Preparing to go back to school when it is clearly not safe to do so is not the least of Professor Paul Clarke's concerns - it's the compliance with which we do what the government tells us that is a serious underlying worry.

Five-minute read

The IIlusion of Peacefulness

Associate and environmentalist Professor Paul Clarke reminds us not to confuse clear skies with clean skies - there are bigger battles left to fight.

Three-minute read

Watching the World Like Never Before

Associate and governmental environmental and education advisor and thinker Professor Paul Clarke summarises the opportunity we have as a species given the current pandemic. But we need to stop relying on certainty.

Four-minute read

Perceive

A challenging and profound read from our Professor Paul Clarke on perception, scientific understanding and how Edgar Allan Poe might have stumbled across the Big Bang Theory.

Five-minute read

Keeping It Simple

Brace yourself as Professor Paul Clarke, long-time Associate, takes you through what we can learn from slime about creativity, complexity and creating a whole new, wholly natural, organisational model.

Five-minute read

Nature Is Still Here

Professor Paul Clarke, an Independent Thinking Associate and active environmentalist, offers some words of advice for turbulent times.

One-minute read

What Would Nature Do?

Associate Professor Paul Clarke examines the need to rethink entirely the way we approach our education system, moving away from the broken mental model we use now and learning from nature in the process.

Five-minute read

Dung Beetles and Monday Mornings

On Saturday 13th Feb 2016 we held a different sort of event for Independent Thinking. It wasn’t a day course, an INSET session or a conference but a not-for-profit gathering of interested teachers and Associates to look at a climate change curriculum.

Four-minute read

Reconnecting Education and Breaking the Illusion of Certainty

Off the back of the 'success' (time will tell) of COP21 in Paris in December 2015, Associate Professor Paul Clarke describes why we urgently need to reconnect education to the world we live in.

Two-minute read

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