Reads of the Week #15

First here’s Simon Oxenham on Why the widespread belief in ‘learning styles’ isn’t just wrong but dangerous.

Next, Tom Healy suggests that Irish trade unionists need to debate and consider a coherent approach to economic and social progress here.

Damien Searls asks here how do you define “poetry”?

In one of the most affecting pieces I’ve read in a long time, Emily Adler writes abou her father, the philosopher.

Here’s Harry Fletcher-Wood on how historical knowledge is crucial.

Oliver Farry writes on the difficulty of bringing Stalin, Hitler and Ceauşescu to the screen, here.

And finally, the most popular link I tweeted all week, Michael Rosen says here teaching poetry cannot be about retrieving a single ‘right’ answer.
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And the archive on previous posts is here 


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