Category Archives: Life management

Life philisophy and general interest.

How many “poker chips” do your students have?

In a previous blog, I discussed my strong belief that IQ is a false measurement of intelligence. Perhapds I should have clarified what I believe to be a very good indicator of a students educational progress. Attitudes and behaviours will, … Continue reading

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Is IQ really a measure of intelligence?

For quite a number of years, as a Further Education lecturer, I have had to deliver “Functional Skills” subjects (Maths / English / Employability) to students who have few or no academic achievement. Many have been socially discfunctional and often … Continue reading

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How did I get here?!

I’ve thought about starting a blog for years. I convinced myself that I had something important to say (or at least worth saying), but I could never really get my head around what it was, or should be. I am … Continue reading

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