Listen to your children. Invite your children to listen to you. Talk to a partner family online, together.
Lockdown saves 90 minutes daily commuting time. Let's use this time to cultivate good conversation!
It's 3 pm and time for Facetime. Felix talks to his mate Benjy in Nottingham. Over the last two years the two lads have held daily chats about what they currently learn at school.
Around 7.30 in the evening, they're all set for their very first 30 minute family-to-family talk - a video conference between two living rooms. They've decided to make leverage the topic of their conversation. Robert thinks it's a great idea to explain and discuss leverage in numerous other contexts. In politics, in business, in negotiations, in finance - leverage matters. Robert and his wife Sabine both work in financial management, both are news-junkies and follow international affairs with avid interest. They can think of many examples of leverage, and they can tell some amazing stories to illustrate them. It turns out that Benjy's parents, a teacher and a nurse, also have quite a lot to say about it. Leverage has its place in medicine and in education too!