In the last post I made a case for not only the teacher but also the students to increase their tolerance for ambiguity. I suggested the following approach: ask about and clarify when behaviours are unexpected. even better is to anticipate misunderstandings and to make as much clear from the […]

Reducing ambiguity

It is undeniable that a large part of the Leave vote in the referendum over the UK’s membership of the EU was about the perceived effects of immigration. It did no good to argue that it is globalisation and the current government’s austerity policies that lead to the under-funding of […]

BREXIT – no quick fixes