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her: My Emotional Experience

While visiting my family in Buffalo and knowing we would inevitably watch a movie or two after dinner, I used the occasion to finally pick up a copy of “her” (a Spike Jonze Joint). 1,181 more words


Positive Guidance in Thailand Classrooms

 Early childhood classrooms are popular in Thailand, 84% of children aged 3-5 attended some form of organized early childhood education program. The first five years of life, is a time of rapid cognitive, linguistic, social, emotional and motor development, and the most important period of development in a child’s life, therefore early childhood classrooms should be built on a healthy foundation. 743 more words


Learning To Love Yourself

Growing up I was never the prettiest thing. Rather than growing into my beauty and myself it seemed I was becoming uglier and more awkward by the minute. 498 more words


The exuberance of youth!

Sad and distressing events in the private and public spheres conspired to make the past 10 days rather depressing; it seemed every time I looked at the news, there was just more to grieve about. 447 more words


Back to Basics - July 27, 2014

‘WordPress.com Premium is about to expire on your blog 220choices.com’.

Seeing that reminder/warning/note in my email is exactly the kick in the pants I need to get posting again. 80 more words


Learn from it.

I mentioned in my first post that I have studied the brain throughout my years in high school. This is going to be my last post, so I decided to wrap-up my AP Psychology blog by going into a little more depth than simply saying that I have studied the brain. 442 more words

Five Talent Management Lessons from a High School Music Program

The local music program in our High School is exceptionally good.  It is recognized as one of the best programs in the state of Wisconsin.  The wind symphony has traveled broadly and won regional, national and international competitions. 862 more words

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