Archive Monthly Archives: Jun 2015

Education Myths and Teaching Dogma

Education

I’m not sure what’s it’s like to be a teacher. On the one hand, it has to be one of the greatest jobs or vocations ever invented but on the other, what to do when the government of the day keeps changing things? I once saw a film, it was quite an old film, which […]

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What Does an innovator Look Like?

Business Innovation

When I was an employee I used to wonder why the people I worked with seemed unable to see what to me was quite obvious. Back in my early twenty’s I had this quite naive idea that if things were obvious to yours truly they must be obvious to everyone else. Wrong, wrong, wrong. Learning, […]

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Mass Media Misleads You and How to Protect Yourself

Mass Media Misleads You and How to Protect Yourself

If you’re anything like me, you would have likely heard of conflicting stories which tend to confuse. Typically a headline like; “Coffee is Good for You” and a couple of weeks later we get a headline like this; “Coffee is Bad for You.” This leaves me at least, in something of a dilemma, is coffee […]

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Thought Police Take Away Childrens Lunch

Scotch Eggs

It was reported in the media that Colchester’s Cherry Tree Primary school removed scotch eggs from lunch boxes. On the basis that teachers, school governors, parents, politicians and government want to do what’s best for our young ones. What’s going on here and why? Okay, so where is the research? How many parents out of […]

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