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Discussion in 'Education news' started by JL48, Oct 14, 2019.
Love the attitude here.
We already have far too many nasty American imports from McDonald's to Bonking Johnson. No more please.
Easy rhetoric, not much to argue with unless you're the current Ed Sec.
Will anything actually change in the dark corners?
Gee folks, guess I am not from the land of restricted vocabulary. I do not eat weaners, cookies or jello. I am never 'sick' because I always specify what ails me. I do not need to carry a gun for protection or pay for health care.
Anyone know what American values translates into nowadays with regards education ?
Another nasty American import is the TES spell check. Why can't we have an English spell check?
I just love the passion. It seems to have been (understandably) drummed out of English teachers at the moment.
The spelling checker is in the browser, so you've configured yours incorrectly.
How can I change it?
Yes. More bleached chicken, more steroidal beef and more tasteless "beer" which will leave you sober and hungover. Thats what we need.
I've managed to change it. It's American by default and not very obvious how to change it to English.
But she's a politician, not a teacher. I bet that kid never meets the newly appointed Education Secretary.
She was an educator
Yes, Sulphur existed long before the illiterati called it Sulfur. Cheques obviously do not exist in the USA and they maximize the confusion by selectively swapping z for s.
My father, who had met American servicemen in Germany, at the end of War and just afterwards, had a pithy phrase to describe them, (which i daresay this site's filters will not let me type): 'Mother-f***ing sweet potatoes'.