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Crafting Stories for Different Ages

As a children’s storyteller, preparing a story suitable for only a single age group is not enough. One day I can be entertaining a group of three-year-olds, the next, seven-year-olds. 554 more words


A response to Katherine Hayle's "How We Read: Close, Hyper, Machine".

This post is in response to Katherine Hayle’s article, ‘How We Read: Close, Hyper, Machine’.

The article outlines the decline of print reading and the increase of ‘screen reading’, i.e. 631 more words

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You will read this because the title is in second person

Ha, see what I did there? Gotcha.

I’m going to make this a short post because apparently people have the attention span of beetles when reading… 263 more words

Why Your Survey has to be short

The most important reason for a short survey is related to the answers you get. The whole purpose for conducting a survey is to get the most accurate answers that reflect reality for that point in time. 223 more words

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Let's Get Together...in Person

Amazing how Neil Postman’s book, published in 1986, called Amusing Ourselves to Death, is more real today than anyone could have possibly imagined. If you haven’t read it, I’d encourage you to do so. 40 more words

Attention Span

Kerouac says:

“I like too many things and get all confused and hung-up running from one falling star to another till i drop. This is the night, what it does to you. 10 more words

Can you subjectively and fluidly recall the sequence of events that happened over the course of a particular week last month, or does it ...

Question details:

Describe your personal episodic memory.

For example, if you asked me  “A month ago we went to an concert, what else happened during that week?” I would find it hard to remember other occurrences that happened that week.

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