Luxembourg is just about to make its public transport free. The first country (albeit a small one) to do so. But do the promises of a cleaner, less congested urban environment really stack-up?
Beninese musician/activist/genius Angélique Kidjo has released a tribute to Talking Heads' Remain in Light and IT. IS. FUCKING. AMAZING.,Angélique Kidjo is a Beninese musician of enormous talent and repute (and three Grammys!); with 10 brilliant albums to her credit; album number ten is special, though: a tribute to Talking Heads…
Boston University professor Ellen Shell talks about her new book The Job on the latest episode of Recode Decode with Kara Swisher.
There are plenty of people with STEM skills. What social scientists have found just in recent years is what kids lack are what they call analytic skills. That is not problem-solving per se, but knowing what problems to solve.
Our focus should not be on job training, but instead training students to be able to learn on the job. This all feels a part of the move ‘back to basics‘.
Two years on from their breakthrough hit ‘Ubu’, Methyl Ethel return with their third album, Triage.
With a group behind him that recalls the electronic jazz splatter of ’90s New York, Dave Harrington’s guitar work becomes a psychedelic, soft-hued quest for transcendence.
Read Jesse Jarnow’s review for a further breakdown of the album.
download: Radio #EDUtalk 27-02-19 PressED WordPress and Education twitter conference Pat Lockley talking about PressEd the conference about WordPress run completely on twitter. PressEd uncovers many aspects of the use of WordPress in all areas of education. We discussed some of the aspects and fea...
https://media.blubrry.com/eatthispodcast/p/mange-tout.s3.amazonaws.com/2019/baking-powder.mp3 Podcast: Play in new window | Download (Duration: 27:09 — 21.9MB) Subscribe: Android | Google Podcasts | RSS | More Linda Civitello is a food historian whose latest book is Baking Powder Wars: the cutthr...
Dr Stewart Riddle discusses issues facing teachers engaging in social media, and questions the notion of who gets to speak on behalf of teachers.