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The Tongue Twister Game

by: EJ on 07/30/2018

In The Power Manual: How to Master Complex Power Dynamics, Cyndi Suarez includes a section on games.  She says, …

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Freedom to Learn, An Interview with Dr. Art Willans

by: Sara on 05/04/2018

Ditch the behavioral charts and start teaching for universal success. That is the message behind the new book Freedom to Learn:Creating a Classroom Where Every Child Thrives by Dr. Art Willians and Cari Williams. Using behavioral science to develop new teaching methods Freedom to Learn give teachers the tools to transform even the most difficult …

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Land Based Aquaponics the Solution to Troublesome Fish Farms?

by: Sara on 01/04/2018

Today's blog post comes from Adrian Southern, owner/operator of Raincoast Aquaponics and the co-author of The Aquaponic Farmer: A Complete Guide to Builidng and Operating a Commercial Aquaponic System. It is written in response the the video of clouds of bloody water being emitted from Vancouver Island salmon processing plants.

By now, most of us …

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Give the Gift of Health and Happiness

by: Sara on 12/03/2017

 

The holidays can be at time of over indulgence, whether it’s an extra cookie,  a second or fourth Baileys over ice, or a few too many days stuck in the house hiding from the cold. And while indulging -- in moderation -- can be a treat, rich foods and alcoholic beverages may start out making us feel merry and bright, but as pants begin to …

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Align your Giving with Your Values with the Help of The Better World Shopping Guide

by: Sara on 11/30/2017

 

In yesterday’s blog I shared my goal to try to stop my obsessive holiday shopping ways and to align my gift giving with my values. So, the first on my list of gifts that make a difference has to be The Better World Shopping Guide: Every Dollar Makes a Difference by Ellis Jones.

This pocket guide not only makes a good gift for the socially minded …

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