I’ve not posted anything in over a month… this is not good… I’ve already therefore not met one of my aims (which I only wrote in December)… I’ve also stopped 2/3 […]
This is the second post of three inspired by the BBC Radio 4 Documentary “Publish or Burn” about Mein Kampf. In this post I’ll explain why knowledge should be the […]
The copyright on Adolf Hitler’s dreadful book Mein Kampf expires this year. This has raised several questions regarding the nature and importance of knowledge (Part 1 of 3)
Second of the ‘Thanks’ series. This time a ‘big thanks’ to Daniel Willingham and his book “why don’t students like school?”
I have just finished reading Daisy Christodoulou’s ‘Seven Myths About Education’ and several of the myths she explores have highlighted some questions I’ve had regarding the IB Middle Years Programme[i] […]
I like Star Trek and I like Bones from the Original series, I especially like the fact that Bones knew what he was and he avoided passing judgment on areas outside of his expertise . So when should we trust the ‘non-expert expert’?
This is part of an ongoing series of posts where I would like to say “Thank you” to someone who has made me aware of something interesting, opened my eyes […]