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Radical Self-Care

I practiced yoga with a new instructor and she wore a shirt that read “radical self-care” and it positively affected my practice. The ability to take care of oneself is often viewed as a luxury or even unnecessary. 101 more words


Expect the Expectations to be high

If I see some litter I generally (I’m being honest here, 90% of the time!), pick it up and bin it.

I hold the door for people, thank them for those driving pleasantries, say hello with a smile as school starts. 430 more words


Sårbare barn i barnehage, sårbare voksne i helsevesenet

Endelig har jeg lest ferdig boka «Sårbare barn i barnehagen» fra Lene Cathrin Hansen. Boka er en liten juvel for alle som jobber med mennesker, ikke bare med barn. 1,469 more words


Again With Verizon

Post #393

So, I want you to picture this…….I drove up the gas pumps Monday for my regular fill up, and I did (fill up that is). 315 more words

Learning in Brains and Computers


In the last couple of articles we were considering whether the brain is a computer and then what its operating system looks like. In this article we’ll be looking at how the brain learns and comparing that to how learning in a modern AI system works. 1,558 more words

Artificial Intelligence

The Battle for the Future of #Learning

The present is the enemy of the future.

Predicting the future is tough – not because it is hard to describe progress, but because convention battles progress and the outcome is rarely certain: it was decades before the Theory of Evolution became widely accepted and today there are still people who have yet to do so. 85 more words


ZEST: Curiosity, Interest & the Brain

What words come to mind when you think of young children and learning? Examples that come to my mind include engaged, curious, interested, active, inquisitive, thoughtful, energetic, wonder, exploring, investigating, testing, learning, and fun. 1,017 more words