When working with teachers, a colleague of mine often asks, “Why do people speed?” The inevitable list of reasons include but are not limited to: time lack of awareness everyone else is doing it just going with the flow no-one else is around etc, etc, etc. Her response is always, “Hmmmm. No-one mentioned it was […]
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