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Welcome! I am a British Freelance Writer and Educational consultant working in Bangladesh. I also have ADHD.
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Tag Archives: education
Continuing on my current obsession with funny stuff, this time I’m making the tenuous link of education being one of the themes of this blog. These are brilliant, brilliant examples of how to be a teacher. Apart from a couple of … Continue reading
Last week, my family and I had the honour of taking my Grade 10 and Grade 8 students out for dinner. We have no Grade 9 students this year, hence the gap in years, but it has been my tradition … Continue reading
A new post of mine is coming soon (several actually) but for now I wanted to share this post which touched my heart to read it on Black Box Warnings. I found myself sympathising with the writer – Rutabaga – … Continue reading
Mr J This is the very final post on this series of interviews carried out during the summer with four scallywags who all used to be taught at LAMB school before moving on to bigger and better. In a way, … Continue reading