We, as human beings, are inseparable from our culture. The culture in which we are raised, the culture of our ancestry, the culture of our families, the culture of our institutions. 2,541 more words
Tags » Critical Thinking
The other day I received a notification from Sage that there are two new books available, which – according to my opinion – could be interesting for critical OB teaching. 37 more words
Critical thinking skills are essential to success — any kind of success. Successful individuals are thinkers and they surround themselves with thinkers.
Consider Warren Buffett. He is known as the most successful investor of all time, and by his own estimate, he has spent 80 percent of his career reading. 165 more words
I have been reading about pro-Nazi exiles recruited and paid by the CIA. I can never read such things without feeling powerfully upset. But I also keep in mind Ludwig von Rochau’s idea that “the law of power governs the world of states just as the law of gravity governs the physical world.” Rochau supposedly coined the term, “ 452 more words
This looks like a good session tomorrow from Pearson ELT.
When: Tue, Apr 25, 2017 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM CEST
As Dr. Ken Beatty explains, language is a problem-solving tool. 96 more words