Just a Thought: The Playground of Today

Children and teens are growing up in a constantly changing and fast-evolving digital world and the tangle of technology’s wires is tightening around them a little more each day.   Televisions in doctor’s offices, touch screens on airplanes, tablet cases with

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Why Have Indoor Plants In Your Learning Environment?

Having live plants indoors is linked with improved concentration and memory, while many also cleanse the air and increase oxygen levels. What does this mean for learners being educated in classrooms with live plants? They experience higher levels of productivity

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Behaviorism or Constructivism

Behaviorism or Constructivism “Is it possible that our children are not really as well educated as we would like to think?”   Now that millions of parents have been forced to become their child’s educator during the COVID-19 pandemic, perhaps

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“I think I can, I think I can,,,,”

“I think I can, I think I can,,,,” Is it time to transform our worldview from one of cynicism and pessimism to a more refreshing outlook full of hope and promise?  If that sounds like a good idea, it requires

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WWW.WHAT WENT WELL

WWW.WHAT WENT WELL   The research coming from the field of positive psychology has identified there are four attitudes to consider – hope, gratitude, forgiveness and playfulness.  Gratitude is simply the readiness and willingness to show appreciation for those things

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Finding Benefit in Life’s Adversities

Finding Benefit in Life’s Adversities   Unlike in a utopia, a mystical paradise on Earth, joy is not confined to a particular place, nor is it the result of any specific life circumstance.  It is a by-product of physical, emotional,

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