Matthew Shaw

10 Flips | 3 Magazines | @MatthewShaw4024 | Keep up with Matthew Shaw on Flipboard, a place to see the stories, photos, and updates that matter to you. Flipboard creates a personalized magazine full of everything, from world news to life’s great moments. Download Flipboard for free and search for “Matthew Shaw”

36 Core Teacher Apps For Inquiry Learning With iPads

<b>36 Core Teacher Apps For Inquiry Learning With iPads</b><p>The interest in <b>inquiry-based learning</b> seems to ebb and flow based on–well, it’s not clear why it …

What Your Kitchen Really Needs Is... a Blowtorch

Do you NEED a kitchen blowtorch? Maybe not. But you're gonna really, really want to invest in a Searzall once you see what this baby can do.<p><i>Welcome to Test Drive, in which we subject kitchen tools and equipment to the rigor of the Bon Appétit Test Kitchen—then judge which ones perform best.</i><p>If it's …

Jamie Oliver lambasts schools that 'just teach children how to make fairy cakes'

The healthy eating campaigner calls for more money to be invested into cookery lessons, which are now compulsory in schools across Britain<p>Jamie Oliver has called for school inspectors to clamp down on cookery lessons as he claimed some children were just being taught how to make fairy cakes.<p>The …

Required watching for any TED speaker: The science of stage fright

One thing can strike fear into the heart of the fiercest warrior, the most powerful CEO and the smartest person in any given room: having to speak in …

Watch French Chef Olivier Roellinger at MAD 4: 'It's Up to Us Chefs'

Chef <b>Olivier Roellinger</b> earned three Michelin stars during his days at Maisons de Bricourt in the South of France. At this year's MAD conference Roellinger offered a moving speech about his life story — from how a beating that put him in a coma made "him realize he wanted to be a chef" to how he …

Experience Travel

How to service a headset and replace headset bearings

If you're experiencing play (unwanted movement) in your headset, or a rough grinding when you turn the bars, it's likely that it's time to service …

Seven ages of a chef: Albert Roux

My father was a charcutier; my grandfather and great-grandfather too. But when I left school in France at 14 my destination was the priesthood. Then I had an unfortunate encounter with a smelly old priest. So I gave up my training and I went off church for many years, but never off God. God had …

Seven ages of a chef: Rick Stein

I hardly worked in anybody else's kitchen before I worked in my own. I had six months in the kitchens of a hotel in Paddington when I was a teenager, where I was actually training to be a hotel manager, to please my dad. In truth I was a bit of snob then and didn't feel totally at home. It was a …