This article in today’s Observer caught my attention and has prompted me to get back to my reflective blog space here. The article draws our attention to the changing fortunes […]
The film looks so 80’s now but the song is as fresh as ever! “Engagement” is a buzz word currently in education, with companies and managers trying to convince us […]
I was fortunate to be able to meet Lawrie Phipps in person recently when presenting at the DMLL on our virtual exchange activity Clavier. I have been a twitter follower […]
Who are we to judge?
Today sees the conclusions of the 2 year-long Hillsborough inquests. On the radio this morning they played clips from the day and it was clear that there was little realisation […]
Compartmentalisation is helpful for filing. Grouping objects or indeed ideas that are similar can help to identify commonalities and differences. Such classification was a vital component of the development of […]
You have spent at least 4 years at university, worked hard to develop your own language and intercultural skills and you are off to share them with others. Perhaps you […]