Tag Archives: Style

Finding your fashion: learning to coordinate learning

Superdry is an achingly trendy brand at the moment: i know this because all the cool kids are wearing it. And half of my friends. In a fit of Christmas shopping enthusiasm, i ventured into the store over the weekend … Continue reading

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It’s black and white: gloss and substance in learning stories.

We used to have a black and white television. It was small and, for some years, you had to hit it on the side periodically to make it work. In today’s world of Blue Ray and HD, this seems a … Continue reading

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