Names aren't problem

September 14, 2007

Kevin McCarron ("You don't need to know a name to teach a student", August 31) is wrong to think memorising student names interferes with the ability to teach. Worthless staff development programmes impact on my work far more than learning names.

Thom Brooks
Reader in political and legal philosophy
Newcastle University

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