Monthly Archives: December 2012

Tove Jansson

Just a brief post to link – while it lasts – to BBC i-Player and the programme on Tove Jansson. And a related link: a little hard to navigate, but this site has some wonderful links to Jansson’s illustrations for … Continue reading

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Nativity Plays…

…are always poignant, partly because Christmas brings its own nostalgias, regrets, hopes and fears. Julian Grenier in Inside the Secret Garden has posted a really lovely incident of a child who overcomes a sadness with a sense of wonder: “He had held … Continue reading

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Bloom’s Taxonomy?

Steve Wheeler, the author of this post argues that “often a mistake to try to represent complex ideas in the form of simplistic diagrams,” and goes on to suggest that Bloom, so much hailed as a model of thinking, requires … Continue reading

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