Monthly Archives: April 2018

Lessons from History – what learning looks like some 100 years on.

Last weekend, 40 boys and girls from Year 10 spent 2 days on the Ypres Salient in Belgium. It’s difficult to emphasise just what an important experience this is for any person, in part because the lies from their leaders, … Continue reading

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It’s been a long time coming, this end-of-winter-2017/18. For those very few that await my weekly blog, they’ll have noticed that it went missing this Lent 2018. That’s not to suggest the choice was not deliberate, it’s just that the … Continue reading

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April Fools day Post from The Learning Scientists – GUEST POST: How to Study Poorly

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