Amazing People Library

Amazing People Library

Sep. 18, 2013 by

Walt Disney would have liked it. William Shakespeare would have been amazed. Yes, the new generation of libraries has arrived. Instead of going to a building, you click your computer and you receive the book or article online. News today

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Seven Senses and Six Questions

Seven Senses and Six Questions

Aug. 10, 2013 by

Each day we succeed or fail depending on how well we  use our senses to gain and understand information. We wake up and our senses immediately tell us many things. We may hear the rain, or feel the heat, or

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Is it Probable or Certain?

Is it Probable or Certain?

Aug. 4, 2013 by

‘ ‘It is probable that the event will not be on, because it is raining.’ ‘I don’t think he will change his mind’. It is unlikely that will occur.’ I often hear people say things that  they regard as probable,

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Amazing Performances

Amazing Performances

Jun. 1, 2013 by

Is superior performance due to a natural gift linked to intelligence or practice? For example, was Mozart given a music gene and Shakespeare a writing gene that made them excellent at their craft? Given my interest in the lives and

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Psychology and Amazing People

Psychology and Amazing People

May. 28, 2013 by

In the main, teachers gain their jobs because they qualify in subjects such as science, maths, history, or other topics in the curriculum. Each day, teachers then spend most of their time managing the behaviour of students and dealing with

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Contributors and Achievers

Contributors and Achievers

May. 2, 2013 by

Mozart, Einstein, Curie and others have established their names forever. How did they do it? In short, they made valuable contributions to society. As a result, we recognize their achievements. Their examples provide inspiration for students of today who will

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