If you've lived a while, you definitely, well, hopefully, know how to relate to yourself. Otherwise +ACYAIw-128586+ADs Most monks do this well too. Cut off from significant interaction with people they are able to lead peaceful lives. Unfortunately, you and I don't live in a bubble and can't afford such luxury, so we must unlearn unproductive habits. Hopefully, you've had some success … [Read more...] about Book Review: Lifelong Learning and Re-Evaluation in Human Interactions
The quality of our decisions will influence our lives, but if we use sub-standard reasoning processes we may end up with results we do not want. The 21st century has been described as an age of information, or perhaps an age of information overload+ADs depending on your school of thought. As the Internet has created a global village and made it quite easy for information to be … [Read more...] about Can critical thinking in decision-making affect your life?
Odd to think design in education, would you say? Design thinking generally brings to mind connotations related to the arts or fashion, but the tide in innovation is shifting. The concept of design thinking may seem at home with creative arts, but shouldn't be alien to other fields. This concept has gained a more structured framework and is increasingly been used within … [Read more...] about Is “Thinking Design” the future of Education?
By - Uchechi Iroakazi Hello dear. Howdy today? Hope your day is going pretty well. One of the most awkward conversations you can have with your child is on sex. Its uncomfortable both for the parent and child. Naturally, most parents tend to shy away from talking to their children about sex. They assume their children will learn it from their teachers at school. While … [Read more...] about Teach Your Children About Sex
By - Suleiman Murkthar There is no gainsaying the dilapidated state of the Nigerian educational system. It has become so evident, so much it has become like clothes spread in the sun to dry, so obvious for everyone to see. It has become that clear that our priority as a nation has little or nothing to do with education as the federal government has since ignored the … [Read more...] about The Cracked Walls Of Educational System In Nigeria