I am regularly asked for some “easy tips” on how to make working from home more comfortable. A couple of days with the laptop on the sofa, or sat amongst the dishes in the kitchen is all well and good … Read the rest
COVID-19 has thrown up challenges for us all, and I suspect will continue to do so for many years.
One such challenge, thrust on us over night, was the need for people to ‘work from home’.
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Oh dear, another year, a new (ish) Government, the UK on the brink of Brexit and the Government still think that it’s words that are important rather than actions! On the surface the recent article in The Times entitled “UK … Read the rest
Bit of a strange one this, but somewhat apt as one of my most vivid memories of Bill is sitting in our lounge in Hull on a Saturday evening. My father and I would probably have been to watch Hull … Read the rest
August 21st 2019: The New Statesman cover story was entitled The Great University Con: How The British Degree Lost Its Value, including the rather Churchillian comment:
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Never before has Britain had so many qualified graduates. And never before have
Marshall Innovations is a family owned Educational Business which historically has provided content and consultancy direct to the school system.
Very much the domain of John Marshall, former teacher, lecturer and inspector of mathematics for Staffordshire, the manipulatives, educational books … Read the rest