Monthly Archives: February 2015

‘Dyslexia’ and the 21st century

I’ve been reading a lot about the brain recently (Susan Greenfield’s controversial book ‘Mind Change’) and it has got me thinking… Most years there will be at least one student in each of my classes who has been diagnosed with … Continue reading

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Neglecting the grass roots in STEM education

One of the perennial questions that comes up when people discuss the funding of sport is whether ploughing money into elite sport enhances the sport at a grassroots level. When a country or a province or a club performs well, … Continue reading

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