Yes. Serious question.
I guess you are probably assuming I am thirty and middle aged, old fashioned, read the IKEA catalogue and bird watch in my free time. Or possibly you agree with me to some extent, but answer “we all have different ideas of what entertainment is” or “not all nightclubs are the same.”
Before I go and answer my burning question, let me assure you I am nineteen, in my first year at university – the year I am “supposed to go out and enjoy myself” – and that includes, supposedly, going out to enjoy nightclubs, heavy binge drinking, and generally chasing the opposite sex (or for some people, the same-sex). I am supposed to “let it all out” before the second and third years of my studies, where grades actually matter, since first year doesn’t count towards anything, or at least so we think.
I am your typical nightclub age, and have entered probably about 10 nightclubs, and much as I have tried, I have never enjoyed any of them (shock, horror!). Continue Reading
Firstly, I apologise for being away so long. The work load increased quite dramatically at college towards the end and I was really busy. However, I will attempt to post more often. In the meantime, I would just like to add a little note about where I am now… Continue Reading
In this day and age, it’s about time! Now full equal rights of marriage, adoption etc etc…
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Have any of you read anything by, or video of Sir Ken Robinson? I have an app, TED.com, and while browsing the talks happened across one of Sir Kens’ talks. Can I just say, if you have any interest in education or the way government policy affect education, then you will be interested in what Sir Ken has to say. I can’t help but be, what would it be, inspired, utterly convinced, shattered (that he isn’t Minister of education). Although, I suppose the idea that any government would be willing to put someone with such views in a position of power at this stage would be naive.
He makes so much sense, there should be a radical change in the education systems of the world. I have been saying this for some time. Obviously not as clearly or as articulate as Sir Ken does, and to be fair, I have never really thought about what would be the best way, I just felt that the education system was not working.