Tag Archives: Alice Roberts

Storytelling in learning: the power of narration

I arrived at the hotel at five to nine, tired from a long drive. The welcoming lights loomed out of the darkness and i was more than ready for a hot meal and maybe a beer by the fire. England … Continue reading

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Breaking the rules: what we can learn from the thrill of the forbidden.

Roger Deakin wrote a beautiful book called Waterlog, his account of wild swimming through moats, rivers, lakes and tarns around the English landscape. His viewpoint, with his nose ploughing a furrow through the pondweed and tadpoles, viewing nature from a … Continue reading

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