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The rest of my dissertation proposal

After finishing all of the literature reviews I had to put together the rest of my proposal. Some of the other areas we fairly easy but some I found quite difficult because it really required a lot of forward thinking and knowing how your dissertation may unfold; these areas took a lot more time and thought. 176 more words


Call yourself an Expert? Do yourself a favor and don't.

“An expert is someone who can tell you exactly how something can’t be done” ~ Robert Heinlein

Jackie Barretta wrote about the problem of “experts”  in a  1,047 more words

Center For Innovation

How Are Your Goals Coming?

It is almost the end of the first quarter of 2015! Can you believe it?!

This year is flying by.

In the busyness of work and life, it can be so easy to forget about some of the things that are most important because of all the things that come up each day. 108 more words



Two posts in one day arnt you guys lucky!

Im a very proud member of Girlguiding UK, iv been a member from the age of 6 (i joined Brownies about a month before my 7th birthday as it was the start of term, and the unit only had 4 other girls!) and im now 23 and still going strong! 228 more words

Forward Thinking with Jamie Weir

At semester turn around I had a great opportunity to connect with WRDSB teacher Jamie Reaburn-Weir.  After some conversation about student voice, choice and assessment strategies, she kindly agreed to capture the conversation for wider sharing. 34 more words

21st Century Learning

The App of Success

A lot of times we loose focus as entrepreneurs, we end up mistaking competition to confusion. A lot of us today have great ways and ideas to make it to the bigger stage than what we are now. 120 more words

Forward Thinking


Jahkoy – artist and songwriter from Toronto, signed to Refill Gang Entertainment, another artist you should keep an eye on. He released ‘Forward thinking’ 2014, featuring tracks as ‘Poison’, ‘Everything’, ‘Closer’ and ‘Heart Smile’. 35 more words