Monthly Archives: June 2012

Contrarianism and T&L

The whole ESRI debate surrounding the working paper of economist, Richard Tol, has been interesting. I know little about economics and less about Prof. Tol, so I’m not going to talk about him except that to say that he, and … Continue reading

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Admissions and Points

It is interesting to see the Universities, or rather the Presidents, getting a bit of a bollicking from the Minister for not coming up with suggestions for making changes to the points system. They walked themselves into this, really, as … Continue reading

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Teaching and Learning and Masters Degrees

Two things on my mind……….   Teaching and Learning I have to confess that despite being very committed to my role as an educator, there has always been something about the whole ‘Teaching and Learning’ industry (for lack of a … Continue reading

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