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Research Shows an Empty Backpack Is as Good as a Parachute

www.emilymeadows.org @msmeadowstweets A study published in BMJ last year showed that parachutes are no more protective against death and injury than a standard, empty backpack[1]. BJM (previously the British Medical Journal) is a peer-reviewed publication, the study design was a … Continue reading

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Alternative Facts: Is Your Practice Really Data-Based?

Follow Me on Twitter @msmeadowstweets So, I’ll start this piece with ‘so’, in a light-hearted tribute to Daniel Kerr’s signature blog-commencing line, and in honour of his 200th post for The International Educator.  Student Preparedness It is expected that educators train … Continue reading

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