[SUSSKIND, D. (2020). A world without work: technology, automation, and how we should respond.] I first came across Daniel Susskind when he gave a keynote speech in November 2020 at EdTech. He introduced ‘A World Without Work’ - the research for which he used in his presentation. I could have had the eBook moments after … Continue reading Daniel Susskind: A World Without Work
An astonishing and unique autobiography that exposes the depth and violence between segregation in the US 1900 to 1940s.
There's at least 12 hours reading here even if you pause to make notes, make lunch and walk the dog. Kate Clanchy has been my weekend read. I go through most of it on one of those 'stay in bed', wet mid-December days in 2020 when bedtime became most of the time - at least … Continue reading Some kids Kate taught and what they taught her