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Exercise 4.4: Techniques File

I chose to create an organised techniques file, in a way that could easily be accessed by myself in the future.  I used a lever arch file, separated into sections, clearly marked.  791 more words

Assignment Four

Writing a Transport History of the Great Exhibition III: Transporting Goods

In this series of posts I am writing about my initial work on the transport history of the Great Exhibition that I presented last year at a workshop of the… 1,079 more words

Research

Standing on the Shoulders of Giants: Developing Antibiotics

Hannah Behrens explains her DPhil research. This article was originally published on the St Edmund Hall MCR website.

Although first discovered in 1928, it was only during the Second World War that Penicillin was developed into a drug that could cure people of bacterial diseases. 493 more words

Public Engagement

Monday 22nd May 2017 - Katherine monologue rehearsal

I spent the morning trying to learn the rest of the Katherine monologue as Rose, which I deliver to Ed at the end of the show after he accuses Rose of being just as bad as him. 706 more words

Daily Logs

At-Home Preparation

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As we begin to embark on what my grandmother has colloquially named, “my turtle trippin’,” there are certain preparations to be set up.  There is actual items that will be purchased, including things from REI to enable me to go camping with the lab, as well as things to set up in preparation. 303 more words

Research

Monday 22nd May 2017 - Group discussion

This morning Lynn called a group discussion as it had come to her realisation that there was a section of script in the second act that had no Cabaret acts in and so resulted with a mass of spoken dialogue, and she wanted to discuss our opinions on this and whether we thought it was a problem in regards to the arch of the show as a whole.

Daily Logs

News From The NEPC: Closing Low-Performing Schools Is A Failing Reform Strategy

From the inbox late last week…

Closing schools to improve student achievement is, at best, a “high-risk/low-gain” strategy.

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Education