Over the summer break, students and teachers alike seem to get very bored, many finding themselves a summer job to get themselves through, and earn that extra cash. This summer I have been working with a great summer camp, teaching children sports and playing games, but there was a time I was asked to play […] Continue reading →
January 23, 2018
by Claire Smith Comments Off on Keep your Chimp in the Cage!
January, you’ve caught me out again. Your presence inflicts upon me the sort of gloomy, stern feeling that tightly stretches out the hours of daylight and compresses the moonglow. I’m left hanging on until the end of month, desperate that a prince will rescue me into the romanticised February. This New Year seemed to shower … Continue reading “Keep your Chimp in the Cage!”Continue reading →
September 28, 2017
by Katie Jones Comments Off on Resource allocation task.
Last week I had my first workshop as a student at the University of Dundee and it opened my eyes to an issue I have, until now, overlooked; the impact poverty can have on a child’s education. In the workshop we were split into groups, given envelopes filled with materials and told to make a […] Continue reading →
September 21, 2017
by Blaze Lambert Comments Off on How Our Resource Allocation Task Reflects Society
The resource allocation task seemed a simple endeavour. However, little did we know how thought provoking such a small and seemingly simple task could be. As one of the many enthusiastic freshers in the room, I was eager to begin the activity. The task was to create a tool for a new student, using the materials […] Continue reading →