Tags » Compartmentalization

Standardizing Education - Common Core's Hidden Agenda

Anthony Cody’s article from last year Classrooms of the Future: Student Centered or Device Centered offers a very important analysis, looking at the hidden agenda of Common Core and the technology industry. 1,478 more words

Creative Systems Thinking

Concealed Narrative and Psychopathology part 2.

The experience of invidia, as Robert A. Kaster notes,[9] is invariably an unpleasant one, whether feeling invidia or finding oneself its object. Invidia at the thought of another’s good may be merely begrudging, Kaster observes, or begrudging and covetous at the same time: “I can feel dolor [“pain, sorrow, heartache”] at seeing your good, just because it is your good, period, or I can feel that way because the good is yours and not mine.” 596 more words

Trickle down economics?

“Frankly I think the people are tired of being trickled on and having it called rain.” – Mike Rivero

Change Fearing Hypocrites

Sometimes

I feel, for lack of better words, pretty emo sometimes. Thinking about the sources, they can make me feel distant from some people and closer with some others. 478 more words

The Jitters

I had the jitters pretty badly this morning. I’m pretty sure it was related to the plight of my mother. Last week I traveled across the country to attend her… 282 more words

Personal Stories

Imminent Failure

I’ve written about compartmentalization in at least one previous post. In the post entitled ‘Compartmentalization‘, the emphasis was on my watercolor of a sagittal section of a brain that appeared to be subdivided into different chambers, or compartments. 348 more words

Personal Stories

This is not a Pipe or a Fountain

I’ve been thinking about my mother since her 90th birthday a week ago. I traveled back east to see her and many family members that I had not seen in many years. 523 more words

Personal Stories