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What Humans Aren’t

I’ve been a human being for over a half a century now and in that time, you learn some fundamental things.  One of the things I have learnt, for which I can find no compelling counter arguments, is something that human beings are not.  2,426 more words

Motivation: Loving what you do

I remember those times as a teacher, when I would assign some work to the students and their first question would be ‘Is this going to be graded?’ I would reply in the same manner always. 599 more words


Day #293 - Bribery

22 Year Old Me:  I will NEVER bribe my children.

I have a problem with saying never.

Every time I say never – I end up doing that very thing. 845 more words

To poach or not to poach - The scientific solution to the poaching problem

While flipping through this week’s headlines a particular article titled – “Indigo, Spicejet spar over Pilot Poaching” caught my attention.
Spicejet has asked DGCA to extend the notice period for pilots from 6 months to one year claiming increasing attrition rates due to “poaching by rivals” it said. 1,154 more words


The Revolution of Fun

The Revolution of Fun is a dissertation paper by Ferran Altarriba Bertran, conducted around the topic of gamification and serious games. Ferran looks at the potential of fun and games in non-entertainment contexts, the psychological theories and the basics of Game Design rules. 853 more words


Spend the time to build classroom culture & intrinsically motivate your students

I love what Susan Wolfe, an elementary school teacher in Boise, Idaho does in her classroom. She starts by creating classroom culture and helps the students brainstorm what makes a great student, a great teacher and a great learning environment. 604 more words

Best Interest Of Kids

How to Always Feel Motivated

Have you ever set up a New Year’s resolution? If not, let’s see which ones others have set for themselves!

USA.gov reveals that the most popular and re-occurring resolution is “ 707 more words