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Disability, Disadvantage, and Negatives Into Positives

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‘I’ve never thought of being blind and black as a disadvantage.‘ – Stevie Wonder http://www.guardian.co.uk/music/2012/aug/30/stevie-wonder-blind-black-disadvantage We all have our disabilities and disadvantages, even if we don’t recognise them as such. The trick is to turn a potential negative into a … Continue reading

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Fun and Games – Part 2. This Time It’s Serious.

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Continuing with the theme of our recent post on fun and games – here’s a link to a TEDx talk on ‘learning methods’ – by a 13-year-old!

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Tackling Prejudice, Shaping Character, and Other Aims of Education

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Saturday in Britain is traditionally a big sports day. A recent programme on TV documented the continuing occurence of sexism in football in Britain and elsewhere. No big surprises there. Racism, in spite of the successes of the “Let’s Kick … Continue reading

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