Monthly Archives: March 2011

Only one chance

We’ve been running Drop-In Centre tutor training recently, and as part of the training we discussed the statistics on how students use the Centre. The focus of this post is the following graph:

The graph describes how many students visited the Centre various numbers of times across 2010.
There are many things you could notice about this […]

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Charlotte’s Sudoku

The other night I was doing a Sudoku, and my two-year-old daughter Charlotte decided she wanted to help, as she always does at any time when I have a pen and paper she could steal.
So she bent over the paper concentrating very hard and a while later she threw her hands in the air and […]

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