Don’t Cry Over Spilled Validity | whatonomy

An analysis of A Level English Literature Introduction In his introduction to Testing Times, exemplifying the fitness-for-purpose of a test, Gordon Stobart states that we ‘do not want somebody to be given a driving licence solely on the basis of a theory test’ (2008, p.14). He posits three questions which force a philosophical and practical […]

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Dreaming of Freshwater | whatonomy

Well, I’ve done it again, haven’t I? I wake up in the middle of the night to the sound of the air conditioner’s finger, wet and sliding along the rim of a wine glass. My throat is swollen, my sinuses closed and I’m gasping for breath – only the number, flickering on the LED screen […]

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Don’t Cry Over Spilled Validity | whatonomy

An analysis of A Level English Literature Introduction In his introduction to Testing Times, exemplifying the fitness-for-purpose of a test, Gordon Stobart states that we ‘do not want somebody to be given a driving licence solely on the basis of a theory test’ (2008, p.14). He posits three questions which force a philosophical and practical … Continue reading “Don’t Cry Over Spilled Validity”

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The Toddler and the Telescreen | whatonomy

In a previous life, I worked as a content developer for an international telephone network. It was my role to source and publish education content for the company’s mobile internet portal. My remit was to nurture an emerging market in mobile education services. In one of our promotional videos for our services, we showed a … Continue reading “The Toddler and the Telescreen”

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