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“Thalassa kluzei panta t’anthropon kaka” Euripedes, from the play “Medea” So says the Greek lettering on a building in Tenby, South Wales. “The sea washes away all men’s ills” is its translation and is part of the town’s emblem.
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What is creativity? Can it be taught? Can you teach teachers how to teach creativity? Or is creativity something that’s intrinsic – either you are creative or you’re not? As a child, I couldn’t draw. As an adult I’m relatively … Continue reading
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Arguably March 1st is one of the most significant days of the year: if you assume the three months of springtime are March, April and May, then March 1st is the first day of Spring. Alternatively, if you have … Continue reading