So I guess the next step, once realizing a recurring problem, is to come up with a solution. If it works: win. If it doesn’t: closer to win. 89 more words
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Perceptions of Learning-Difference (LD) Students on How their Specific LD Characteristics Impact the Post-secondary Education Experience
Current American post-secondary education policy involves the uniform education practices that are marginalizing students with learning-differences (LD) (Lind, 2008). Although LD students are considered in specific ways in American post-secondary curricula, many LD students do not make sufficient progress to be prepared for post-secondary education. 2,078 more words
Summary of the talk that Andrew Buskell (HPS) gave on 25th November, 2013
In philosophy, the view that our perceptual capacities are best explained in terms of the formal properties of sequential operations is probably best exemplified by Egan (2010). 419 more words
OUT OFF THE ORDINARY “ABOVE ALL THAT MINDS COULD CONCEIVE”…A TINY BABY WAS SENT….ESPECIALLY FOR YOU AND ME..
http://www.encouragetelevision.org/The_New_Encourage_TV/Jesus_Birthday_Greetings%21.html IFFM shares Our Happy Birthday Jesus card
Infinity is a very large number. Larger than you can ever imagine. But let’s try.
Until recently we lived in a universe – billions of galaxies, with billions of stars each. Big numbers, but nothing compared to infinity. Then scientists began to speculate about a multiverse – an infinity of universes. How many is that? Enough that your life could be randomly recreated over and over again, for an infinity of times somewhere out there in an infinity of universes. Some of your lives, an infinity, will only be roughly like yours, but some of them, another infinity, will be exactly like your life now, and another infinity of them will be only slightly different, by just one little thing. And so on. For infinity. 2,309 more words