Crime scene investigation in literature

12/10/2020 by Samuel John Williams
In the late 19th century Sir Arthur Conan Doyle opened our eyes to the world of crime scene investigation. A Study in Scarlet introduced us to Sherlock...

From Beowulf to Ken Follett

06/10/2020 by Elena Tonus
There is no other historical age like the Middle Ages that maintains its charm unchanged. Even the first words that evoke it capture each one’s attention:...

The Future of Teaching

22/09/2020 by Samuel John Williams
If we take a look back over the last 100 years, we can observe that there have been significant changes to the way that we teach. Technology has changed...

Follow Tom and David!

14/09/2020 by Elena Tonus
Growing up is a great effort. Every day you have new experiences, there are new responsibilities, adults begin to make many demands. Sometimes it’s...

781 Million!

07/09/2020 by Gina D.B. Clemen
It’s a big number, isn’t it? That’s the number of people in the world who are illiterate—young people and adults. They can’t read or write! It’s...

Inspiring Teachers

01/09/2020 by Gina D.B. Clemen
It’s that time of year again—it’s time to go back to school, to see your classmates and to meet your new teachers. Today students enjoy a spacious...