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Family Based Services: A Solution-Focused Approach

A professor pointed out to me how different family based services are depending on where you live (and who does the training). For instance, in Pennsylvania it’s very structural (focuses on hierarchy, enmeshment, etc) and in Wisconsin it’s more solution-focused. 412 more words

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Laws Set Up to Prevent Over Usage of High-Tech Products by Children & Teens

FINALLY the government “steps in”, from the Front Page Sections, translated…

Awhile ago, the legislative offices passed an amendment to the “Children & Adolescent Welfare and Rights Act”, it’d stated, how the parents could not allow their children and teenagers to use the high-tech products such as computers, and cell phones, and those who broke the laws will be punished by paying a fine of $10,000N.T. 243 more words


Celebrating Success: The Golden Example & The Wall of Fame

Niamh Brewer explains how she creates a culture of success with her English groups.

In a school where there are already brilliant schemes in place to encourage excellent work, I wanted to inject something different into my English lessons. 651 more words


:: PosteFashion

Up now, I only met this sticker, but I found out that there are other ones on the same neighborhood where I saw it. I will pay attention and try to find them. 29 more words

Malnutrition is irreversible, invisible and intergenerational

Nutrition, one of the less “sexy” topics have, for some reasons, caught up my attention. Even before learning into depth, I already came into conclusion that nutrition faces the same problem as education does. 471 more words

Catherine Cheong: Finding a different perspective

“With this series I want to explore senses of space and perception. Physically getting lost in a landscape can evoke mixed emotions of curiosity and pleasure, and through these photographs I hope the viewer can too feel that sensation of getting lost.” – Catherine Cheong