Gavin Crewe, Author at Homeschooling

    Articles by Gavin Crewe


    The International Mathematical Olympiad

    Mathematics competitions began between schools in the Austro-Hungarian empire in the 19th century.


    The History Of Education

    One of the earliest records of education can be traced back to around 3500 BC, where Egyptian priests would strengthen and preserve their culture by retaining strict, traditional thinking.

    The metaverse

    The Metaverse

    The metaverse will forever change how we interact with each other, from how we work to how we socialise and entertain ourselves.


    Origami Beyond Art

    The practice of origami has found many novel and practical uses in our modern-day age.


    DNA: The Blueprint Of Life

    We can think of DNA as a large book containing all of our genetic information.

    May Day.

    The Origins Of May Day

    May Day is thought to have originated the Roman festival Floralia, an event dedicated to the goddess Flora.

    Spanish Language Day

    Spanish Language Day

    Spanish Language Day is observed every year on the 23rd April as a celebration of cultural diversity and homage to Miguel De Cervantes, an important figure in Spanish literature.

    Nikola Tesla

    Nikola Tesla: Illuminating the Future

    Tesla was constantly inventing. Even while working as a telephone line repairman, he would tinker around with the equipment, and through this invented a precursor to the loudspeaker.


    COP28: Milestone Or Not?

    It is currently predicted that global temperatures will reach 2.5C in the near future despite the current pledges to tackle emissions.


    Entrepreneurship And Its Evolution

    What does it mean to be an entrepreneur in this modern age?