Plymouth Health, Wellbeing and Citizenship Education Conference: 21st. March 2019
Doubtless fabulous, but nothing to do with us.
Do contact https://www.sheu-peppersauce.com/
A year or so ago, there was a startling article by Jean Twenge in The Atlantic, asking, Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?
This is something of an accidental blog post. We were asked recently for some information about young people, which I misinterpreted as asking about differences between local authorities.
New SHEUNews newsletter September 2018: http://sheu.org.uk/content/page/sheu-news
I always learn things from listening to the radio. On 'The Infinite Monkey Cage', I heard Brian Cox rattle off a 'rule of thumb', which goes something like:
A number plus or minus the square root of the sample size is consistent with random sampling error.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b04yfsst (listen from 20 minutes in)
I hadn't heard that one, but deploying those key research tools, the back of an envelope and a pencil, I could see where it comes from.
This is a test page for exploring colour schemes kinder to people with colour vision anomalies.