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Art in Action: 5 Ways to Play with Play

Art in Action is a weekly post: a simple, practical guide to applying the ideas and principles in the Focus Pocus posts to your body and life.
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Art In Action

Playing with Play

Friday 8am. Julia’s yoga class. We’re in a wide-legged forward fold called
Prasarita Padottanasana. No surprise, we do it in most classes.

“From here,” she says, “Why not take Firefly?” 529 more words


Equality, Integration, and Devo Manc

This week, one of the conversations I had was about my team, and how, despite being office based, if we asked them, every single one would describe their role as being there for patients, and for the wellbeing of the wider community. 846 more words

Last year we received an email from someone who was moving to Fort Lauderdale and wanted to volunteer.

Thus begun our friendship with Dermot McQuarrie, a former Fox Sports executive (Executive Producer of Fox Sports Americas and General Manager for the Fox Soccer Channel.) He now runs his consultancy company from Fort Lauderdale.

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When starting to integrate technology as a school, what is the best approach regarding professional development?

This question was posted recently to me on Google+. The question asker, Jennifer Derricks, was prompted while reading my new book for ASCD Arias (yeah, a reader!). 485 more words


WASHplus Presents Poster at ASTMH 2015

@wasplusinfo’s Renu Bery presents a poster on integrating #WASH into #NTDs at 2015 ASTMH Meeting! #integrateddev

In October 2015, WASHplus presented a poster at the American Society of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene Annual Meeting on the current situation, intervention design, behavior change plan, and expected results of its Burkina Faso WASH and neglected tropical disease (NTD) pilot activity, called “How Can Integrating Sanitation and Hygiene into an NTD Control Program Accelerate Reduction in NTDs?” View the poster here.


SPLASH Project Wraps Up Four Years

A SPLASH staffer displays MHM materials at the end of project event. Hygiene Behavior Change Technician Mayombo Mandevu displays SPLASH menstrual hygiene management products, accomplishments, and stories at the end-of-project event. 263 more words