New Jobs for Older Workers (2012) is the result of years of dedicated application by Jenni Proctor. It is a great targeted little book for those who wish to settle for a more rewarding career as they approach that wonderful … Continue reading
Janet Cameron is a retired university lecturer who now manages a channel called Philosophical Linguistics. To explain what the channel is about Janet writes that Ferdinand de Saussure (1857-1913) has been celebrated as “The Father of Linguistics” for his work … Continue reading
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Pressifield says; “The enemy of the artist is the small-time Ego, which begets Resistance, which is the dragon that guards the gold.” [The War of Art 2012] In the The War of Art] (2012) Pressfield labels the enemy of artistic practice … Continue reading
Unlike other reviewers I don’t yet have a book on Amazon. As you all know I am about to publish a Middle Years Creative Arts textbook soon. Global Citizens will be packaged in an eReader and will become an example … Continue reading
Twitter is an online social networking and microblogging service that enables users to send and read text-based messages of up to 140 characters. Users can tweet via the Twitter website, as well as androids, smartphones, and SMS from a mobile. (Wikipedia … Continue reading
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Soapstone Carving Rapid eLearning is about empowering the students to get organised around all aspects of their learning. There is so much information available on the Internet and provided freely in public libraries. Students can take advantage of the tools of … Continue reading
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Here are a few of the pieces that were assembled into the cross.
Wisdom is your perspective on life, your sense of balance, your understanding of how the various parts and principles apply and relate to each other. It embraces judgment, discernment, and comprehension. It is a gestalt or oneness, and integrated wholeness.” … Continue reading
Daniel Coyle of the The Talent Code (2010) provides a compelling argument to show that creativity (ability) can be created and nurtured. He demonstrated that the wiring of our brains is one of the most active elements of the learning process and traces how this influences … Continue reading