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“Planning is bringing …”

“Planning is bringing the future into the present so you can do something about it now.” – Alan Lakein (author, writes about time management) I like this quotation. Over the past few weeks, I’ve been starting to feel more and … Continue reading

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Saturday Play – What would you save?

If your house was burning down, what would you save? I came across a website today that is made up of people’s answers to this question. It’s pretty interesting – link: The Burning House. After some thought, here’s what I would save: … Continue reading

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Thesis Thoughts: the plan

Having posted about Tall’s Three Worlds of Mathematics last week, I think it’s a good idea to keep the maths education theme going this week. And I’ve been thinking about my (Master’s) thesis, and in the last few weeks a … Continue reading

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Tall’s Three Worlds of Mathematics

Disclaimer: as I am only starting to read up on these things, there may be some errors below – everything is true to the best of my knowledge, but my knowledge is as yet shallow. For the last few weeks, … Continue reading

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The Petersen Graph

I’m feeling slightly fed up with Educational Research at the moment … had my first supervision on my essay (due next month, comprises half of my assessment for this year) yesterday, and I have a lot of stuff to fix. … Continue reading

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