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About pauleustice

Retried, more or less, but see www.bpfe.eu for activities

Two paperbacks on study skills (How To Learn)


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All roads lead to Rome


If an elephant trod on your foot you would probably be impressed with its power and size, but you wouldn’t necessarily wish to develop a long term relationship. Visiting Rome can be very similar.  The architecture is essentially bullying, bearing … Continue reading

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University essays marked by computer


Let’s follow the logic of this. A student receives an essay title. They’ve attended the lectures and seminars, done the reading, discussing and thinking, so now they type out their thoughts in essay form and press SEND. A few seconds … Continue reading

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Sixth paperback just out …


http://www.amazon.co.uk/Paul-Eustice/e/B00BG4V9AO Chapter 3 Differences and how we respond to them Sherry Turkle is professor at MIT and author of The Second Self: computers and the human spirit. She took her 14 year old daughter to see an exhibition on Darwinism … Continue reading

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A Measured Response


Paperback and Kindle from Amazon Opening Chapter: Enter stage right, trudging. The moon rose on Ed Ormaloid. Not that he’d been sleeping. Not exactly. He arose unsteadily from a tarmac surface. Fragments clung to his cheek and made small indentations, … Continue reading

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Managing Teachers in FE


paperback and kindle on Amazon Extract: As so often in any context involving social interaction, there is no single solution to any problem, even if we had a single definition of what the problem might be. There is no role … Continue reading

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Extract from A Crack in the AShell


paperback and kindle Short stories and poems in paperback and Kindle Nostos,  a gardener’s lament It’s commonly believed that a little gentle gardening Brings peace to those whose arteries are hardening, Whereas, in fact, one learns to dread the spring, … Continue reading

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