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French Revolutions: A Crit(ical) Appraisal

What is a criterium, or crit as they tend to be affectionately known? Well it’s basically a circuit race, a style of racing very common in the UK (more often than not on closed motor circuits) and also, of course, in Belgium with the fabled kermesses. 849 more words

What Makes For Successful Feedback?

Feedback is crucial to the development of students, but only if it is delivered correctly. Learn more about effective feedback on my blog, here.

Robert Peters

PSU doctoral student recipient of national science teaching award

Alfonso Garcia Arriola is the District XVII recipient of the Robert E. Yager Foundation Excellence in Teaching Awards from the National Science Teachers Association (NSTA) 226 more words


EMRRL #2 – Another Perspective

I have just read Richard’s blog post about his experience of the second East-Midlands Road Race League event kindly organised by Beeston CC and thought I would share my own reflections on Rich’s view of the race. 614 more words

Our Pregnancy by LMP

LMP, or last menstrual period…used to date pregnancies.

According to our LMP (if we get a positive pregnancy test in a few weeks from our FET) we would technically be considered pregnant right now, as we speak!! 216 more words



Finally managed to track down a reasonably priced copy…

I’m hoping to build a Corpus of MCC-related pupil texts through the BGE; I have one year, and if I can trace S1s that were reassigned midway (chronic staffing issues) I’m in a good position…

Race Day

First Race Darley Moor in March, there’s nowhere else I’d rather be… Well actually there probably is but it’s become quite a long-standing tradition now to open the season at the Ashfield Road Club circuit races that seem to have been held in the first few weeks of March since time began. 522 more words