Radio 4 Today, Intuition and Solving the World’s Problems. | 3D Eye

From time to time the Today programme on Radio 4 broadcasts an item that actually sheds light on an interesting and/or important topic, in which the two speakers who are brought on to debate the topic find they agree with one another. Today was such a day. 08.55 Last week Richard Dawkins argued on Today … Continue reading Radio 4 Today, Intuition and Solving the World’s Problems.

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The Various Intelligences of the “Gifted” Child | 3D Eye

An interesting item about “gifted” children on BBC Woman’s Hour caught our attention this week: http://ift.tt/2udxKka Tina Crawford spoke about her experiences as a parent of a child with a high IQ, who was experiencing unhappiness at school. Very academically able, a little unstimulated by the curriculum, his main problem was his ability to socialise … Continue reading The Various Intelligences of the “Gifted” Child

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“Three Girls” and a System that Perpetuated their Abuse | 3D Eye

If you ever wanted an illustration of a well-intended policy that’s tragically flawed and horrifically neglectful you’ll find it in the Rochdale sexual abuse cases. You’ll find similar cases in other parts of the country – historical and sadly, some present too. The “Three Girls” drama on BBC1 this week has highlighted a mass of … Continue reading “Three Girls” and a System that Perpetuated their Abuse

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A revolution in the way we think and feel about food? A few tips from Amsterdam. | 3D Eye

Finished your Easter chocolate? How do you feel when you see a large empty box that once contained what looked like a month’s supply of chocolate? Embarrassed? Ashamed? Obese? According to Ruby Tandoh, writing in the Guardian, you shouldn’t feel any of these, and you wouldn’t feel these things if we – as a society […]

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