Ian Warwick is Founder and CEO of London Gifted and Talented (LG&T). Ian founded LG&T as part of the groundbreaking London Challenge, which has transformed education across London since 2003. LG&T have worked with over 4,000 schools and 11,000 teachers internationally, and more than 150,000 educators worldwide have used LG&T’s award-winning, high-challenge e-learning materials.
Warwick co-wrote Educating the More Able Student (Sage) and World Class (Routledge) in 2016, and co-authored two books for Routledge in 2018, Redefining More Able Education and Redefining English for the More Able. He recently completed Learning with Leonardo: Unfinished Perfection (John Catt, 2019), which explores strategies for improving creativity and innovation through a study of the ways in which Leonardo da Vinci worked and learned.
On our podcast there is also a talk from Warwick, 'Learning with Leonardo: Invention, Thinking Aside and Adjacent Possibilities'.
Interview with Cat Davison
Professor Matthew T. Lee: 'Open Space, Transformative Education, and the Pursuit of Flourishing'
Virtues in the Classroom - Closing Remarks
Virtues in the Classroom - Opening Remarks
Virtues in the Classroom - Dr Laura D'Olimpio: 'Educating for the Future: Being Critical and Kind'
Virtues in the Classroom - Dr Brendan Larvor: 'What virtues do we philosophers model in our classrooms?'
Virtues in the Classroom - Dr Peter Dennis: 'Teaching Epistemic Virtues'
Virtues in the Classroom - Professor Angie Hobbs: 'Virtues, Flourishing and Education in an Age of Uncertainty'
The Science of Successful Learning
The Importance of Internationalism in Education
Collaboration in Education after Covid-19: International Collaboration
Collaboration in Education after Covid-19: Independent State School Partnerships
Interview with Research Schools International
Ian Warwick: ‘Learning with Leonardo: Invention, Thinking Aside and Adjacent Possibilities’
Professor Dame Alison Peacock: 'Learning without Limits: an alternative school improvement agenda'
Interview with Professor Dame Alison Peacock
Professor Bill Lucas, 'Creativity, curiosity and character in schools: is England stuck in the slow lane or beginning to catch up with the rest of the world?'
Interview with Professor Bill Lucas
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