I do wonder whether it should provide experiences only – because if you provide the outcome for each experience you’ve pre-determined the learning and that’s detrimental to the learning process.
'Revisiting our educational history might encourage us to question some of the prevailing orthodoxies of our time...Perhaps we should ask why there are no comparable radical voices in Scottish education today.'
Hard hitting stuff. in reply @athole lists some possible radicals Sceptical Scot looks like a good addition to my rss reader.
Read: The Blank Walk By Elisabeth Sanxay Holding 📚 ★★★★☆ A surprise. Noir-ish from the POV of a well off mother. Raced through it.
Retrieve public RSS feeds from SoundCloud and iTunes urls
I had linked to another tool that did this that has now disappeared.
DIY alternative Get RSS feed from iTunes podcast links – Super User
Read: The Priory by Dorothy Whipple ★★★★☆ I can’t imagine that this novel would get through a writers workshop or past a publisher today. Several story arcs weave, some slip away. Lovey clear writing, some nice nature and a rather comfortable happy ending. 📚
Beautiful dawn this morning.
Craig and Robby wax philosophical about automation, and then turn to everything bucket apps.
I enjoyed this show. I am a sucker for a back and forward around apps and automation.