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Cultivating Attention Part 2

Why Cultivating Attention is so Important

By: Deborah Brenna

As we prepare for our second Scholé Sister’s meeting, I want to dive a little deeper into some of the ideas I touched on last time, namely the benefits that cultivating attention has in our lives. 1,211 more words

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What is Edcamp?

This is a great program that allows a chance for everyone to have a chance for their voice and opinions to be heard! 275 more words

Lesson Plans

Join Us for A Community Conversation

Join us for a community conversation in response to #MeToo.

Let’s discuss your view of the #MeToo movement and how it affects you and others around a friendly table of community members.  96 more words


Group Discussion Tips You Must Know!

One of the major steps followed by companies in the recruitment process is Group Discussion Round. When it comes to testing communication, subject knowledge, discussion ability, listening and team work of candidate then none other than Group Discussion round can give your best analysis. 484 more words

Job Posting & Search

Top 10 Simple Interview Tips for Freshers

A definitive objective of concentrate hard is to land a position. In any case, a significant number of the brilliant understudies who are wise in their investigations flops in meet round. 628 more words

Where is Your Attention?

As we ring in the New Year, and head toward meeting up for the spring semester, I have been thinking a lot about cultivating attention. As a homeschool mama, it’s a topic I often contemplate for my children, especially when I find myself saying over and over throughout the day, “Pay attention!” But what about my attention? 988 more words

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Invisible Path

Left Photo [CC0 License] by Markus Spiske.

Right Photo [GFDL granted by photographer] 2009 by Joe Mabel.

What do you first think when you see a tangled ball of yarn, lying on the floor in the middle of a small, cramped room, with its strings wrapped around every piece of furniture in sight? 2,204 more words

Catcher In The Rye