Did you know other phone companies launched touch screen phones before Apple? At times more often than is shared as common knowledge, creativity can propel a business faster than a monetary investment. Just as in education, students who don’t care too much for education for one reason or another endure years of education creatively and […]
More Critical Thinking embodied in the arts for the common good is in need. Resourceful: https://www.artsmanagement.net/Articles/Why-Art-Matters-Art-and-Critical-Thinking,3984 “This article discusses how the creative/ artistic mind, in tandem with the problem-solving/ practical mind, can better serve pursuits of happiness, shape our values, and reach for higher goals, especially in times of crisis.” Please visit the above article, […]
After communicating with a few people about various mindsets and really delving into where do people speak from intuitively, I thought it would be ideal to share the following link to an article. This article provides a list of definitions in regards to various perspectives of the concept: mindsets. What is a mindset? https://sourcesofinsight.com/what-is-mindset/
Indeed we shall delve into various mindsets to learn to communicate more in-depth with one another. Let’s begin with what has been defined thus far on Google about the mindsets of success: the mindsets are emotional intelligence, growth, connection and and performance. In the interim please share the post and your comments.
Post #7 “Constructive Action Planning,” (Iman Rastegari, Leah Shafer) shared in an article gathered from the The Harvard Graduate School of Education. “We need to assist our test-takers with learning how to create action plans at a young age, thereby they will become more actively result driven with documentation to reference.” Nicshelle A. Farrow M.A.Ed […]
Post #3. Photo Credit: Elements 5 Digital It feels so good when you accomplish a task like being able to fit in clothes you haven’t been able to wear for awhile due to having gained weight. I agree that it takes so much more time to lose weight than it does to gain weight. So […]
Post #7 Photo Credit: lil artsy “Sometimes, test-takers just need a break from the stress (task/challenge) in order to sit in the moment that’s about being in the position and being equipped for the test that is about to take place. Often times, it’s high expectations that cultivate the need to focus strategically and persistently. […]
Post 5. Photo Credit: EKATERINA BOLOVTSOVA Metacognition Thinking about the way we are thinking is something to think about. Indeed, we can take in consideration multiple intelligences and physiology as well as sleep patterns to foster our holistic viewpoint of our metacognition. Metacognition in the Classroom Please note, based on my experience, there are professional […]
Compassion Compassion is taking the time to understand the suffering of others and, hopefully, being able to do something about it. There is a lot of struggle and suffering that can be alleviated in the world; with a core value like compassion, you might be able to help your fellow humans in some meaningful way.