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Imagination Rises Out Of The Jaws Of Defeat

| BreakawayConciousness
Zy Marquiez
March 14, 2017

“Imagination should be used, not to escape reality, but to create it.”
– Collin Wilson

“Imagination is more important than knowledge.  914 more words

A Blank Canvas - The Breakaway Original Content

Book Review: Big Magic by Elizabeth Gilbert

I am a big fan of Elizabeth Gilbert. Even BIGGER fan of her book-turned-movie, Eat, Pray, Love.

When I saw this book standing on the shelf at LaGuardia, and saw her name on the brightest, almost too colorful cover that would scream, ‘Hi, look at me! 762 more words

Classroom Action Research Task (Journal Article critique 4)

Citation: Widiana & Jampel. (2016). Improving Students Creative Thinking and Achievement through The Implementation of Multiple Intelligence Approach with Mind Mapping. International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE), 5 (3), 246-254. 362 more words

Classroom Action Research

Digital Design Goes "Hands On" with Positive Education

Macleay College is the only Australian Higher Education institution running a Positive Education program. As well as teaching our students industry based skills and practical theory, we also address their personal development and mental health through positive psychology. 475 more words

Thought Starters

CEN8Kids Mask Making!

For this week’s session the children created their own character masks! Aren’t they great!

Click through the slideshow to see them all!

Creative Thinking


Perhaps my interest in the infographics on “Common Mythconceptions” led me to Visualistan, which I bookmarked in my Pocket account awhile ago.  The specific infographic I thought might be useful for my students was, … 151 more words


Brilliance@Work: Consumer Brand Marketing Expert Karen Hershenson

Welcome to Brilliance@Work, a series of profiles about stellar people and their best practices at work. We’re kicking off 2017 by featuring brand, design and marketing strategy experts to help you “thrive in the new brand reality.” 590 more words