Monthly Archives: January 2014

Of course, I never do it

Roads in Britain have a speed limit of 70 miles per hour, though you’d never think it applied on motorways. I’m cruising down the motorway, at spot-on seventy, So why is all the other traffic overtaking me? Where are the … Continue reading

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Unnecessary ologies

In a book* about research in teaching there’s a sentence which made the eyes of a certain teacher glaze over: “Ontological assumptions will give rise to epistemological assumptions, which have methodological implications for the choice of particular data-collection techniques”. We … Continue reading

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Ageless

Why didn’t I think of it before? Continue reading

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Oh! Mister Porter

A dastardly deed at Crewe . . . Continue reading

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Noddle models

Brains evolved (and survived) by making mental models, not by understanding reality – whatever that is. Continue reading

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