Found some great tips to consider when creating a makerspace from Make: Considerations Design, Fabrication or Both? How you plan to use the space will determine your spatial flow. Dirty […]
Its times like this that I wished I paid attention to my mandarin classes. Or if they thought it this way, I might have been more interested.
I recently learnt about this african parable, The Monkey & The Fish. It helps to put into perspective and understanding how two different cultures can view the essentials of life […]
This article shares how parents play a role in teaching their children to fail by Carolyn. Well, they say that we teach what we need to learn most. So, here […]
When the economy is good, many companies spend on training and “upgrading”. Many of these trainings go into bringing out leadership in managing teams. While that sentence is errounosly put […]
A new insight to mediation by being the antagonist or common enemy. Will this work in community mediation? When we imagine the typical mediator, we tend to think of a […]
I’ve been teaching human anatomy part time to students who aren’t going to be scientists or doctors. So I wondered what would interest them. Listening to Vanessa Ruiz share about […]
A recent Inc.com article highlights that the Mindfulness trend is something you can’t ignore; Everyone from Fortune 500 executives to Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are talking about mindfulness. Mindfulness is the […]
While charts do make a difference, remember that using the right chart can be as important in showing the insight that you will want to get from your audience.
This UpWorthy article show how a school replaced their detention class with meditation; Robert W. Coleman Elementary School has been doing something different when students act out: offering meditation. Misbehaving […]