Thea’s homework nightmare

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Recently I was asked, what was my worst homework nightmare? Trawling through the distant remnants of my school past, I was suddenly struck by a memory. Copying Maths homework – of which I was a master. I found Maths easy until I hit GCSE level and tried to apply creative interpretation to the subject. ‘But... Read more »

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Online learning: The Pro’s

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Whenever man makes some great advancement in life, it always seems to be down to a bit of technological boffinry. The wheel, the internal combustion engine, the Sinclair C5 … alright, we can’t get it right every time. Either way, it’s technological innovation that seems to be the only thing capable of perpetual motion. It goes without saying that... Read more »

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Can Online Learning combat rurality?

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After my recent musing on how VLE’s could signal the death knell for the snow day, I got to thinking about the other ways in which the internet can help overcome some of the challenges facing education. So picture the scene: you live in a small community, with a small school, on a small outcrop somewhere... Read more »

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