Faith at Gloucester Cathedral

Originally posted on Dispirited:
I was honoured to be featured by the fantastic Gloucester-based artist Russell Haines in his current¬†Faith exhibition at Gloucester Cathedral. He had decided early in the project that an atheist voice/faith was going to be part of the mosaic of ideas and beliefs that his project explores. The project attracted some…

Is written feedback on assignments useless? Listening to Phil Race at Gloucestershire..

On January 20th, we had the pleasure at Gloucestershire to welcome Phil Race, to spend a day with us, talking primarily about the issues of assessment and feedback in Higher Education. You can read more, and download the slides he used, via his blog post about the visit, but I want to focus in hereContinue reading “Is written feedback on assignments useless? Listening to Phil Race at Gloucestershire..”

Getting High in the Low Countries.

Originally posted on Dispirited:
This is a piece I wrote for the¬†Holdbreaker Climbing blog. The original is on their blog, but they seem to have had some technical issues recently, so am mirroring it here… Middle-age, it seems, is full of surprises. Of twists and turns that befuddle attempts at prediction and sense-making. These thoughts…