Education systems across the world consist of content-rich curricula which are “delivered” to children who are sorted by age and tested regularly. It's a system was well suited to the industrial economy we grew up in . . . but it’s now out of date. Read More
We live in an information economy. But the world has altered beyond belief. How did it change? Did anyone see it coming? And can past events help us to foresee what is to come?
This compelling section will fascinate you.
For the past seventy years we’ve been able to treat infections with antibiotics - but it’s coming to an end. Soon, a minor scratch could be fatal - if you’re unlucky. What will the world be like without antibiotics?
The Diary of a 20th Century Gentleman
Read my father's fascinating life story.
He was born in 1922 and grew up between the two great wars of the 20th century.
He describes a full life which includes Naval Service in World War II, the Cuban Missile Crisis and the Politics of the Late 20th Century. It’s a well-written book that you'll be glad you read.
When the National Curriculum was written in 1989 we were often asked why we didn’t teach DOS "because that’s what children would be using when they left school”.
They’ve left now and they’re not using DOS. The subject they studied was called ICT but in 2014 it changed to Computing.
This website is a collection of items that interest me. I’m sure you’ll find something to enjoy.
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