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Movies That Destroyed Art

For so many years I was regularly confused about The Nation and the National Review. I knew one was a William F. Buckley conservative magazine and the other was more liberal and less dogmatic. 892 more words

If i have to choose an example to explain about DEMOCRACY, then i’ll consider it as an END STAGE of MALIGNANCY (KANKER GANAS STADIUM AKHIR). Can you treat that kind of disease from ‘its inside body’ ?!
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Political readings of 'The Lego Movie'

As I return from my annual break on the sun-kissed shores of Cornwall, I worry that I have almost singularly failed to think about learning, teaching or any other aspect of my work. 779 more words


Promoting a sixth form student research culture

Good news: Extended Project qualification (EPQ) entries were up again this year. The qualification which is equivalent in value to an AS level accredits a substantial piece of research on a topic of a students’ choice, usually culminating in a 5,000 word dissertation. 901 more words


30 Day Blogging Challenge

Yesterday, I was enjoying my long weekend by pursing twitter. and actually reading some posts! I love using twitter to connect with other teachers, and often find some wonderful resources! 673 more words


“It All Depends on How You Look at Things”

Carol A. Hand

These were the words often repeated by the Churkendoose, a voice from the margins in the first book I remember reading as a young child (Berenberg, 1946). 789 more words

Critical Thinking

Civilization has always loved the authoritarian. The authoritarian mindset is one cloaked in coats of many colors.

Civilization has always loved the authoritarian.  The authoritarian mindset is one cloaked in coats of many colors.

Civilization has always loved the authoritarian. The prime driver in conquerors, marauders, law and order givers, keepers of the flame, caste system managers, believers in the governance of the efficient, believers in the protection from and demonizing of the mob, believers in philosopher kings and gangster states, 174 more words