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Stepping Out of Comfort

I started a blog today to continue to push myself out of my comfort zone. I have some goals, or dreams, I want to pursue, but can’t do it sitting on my couch and not reaching out to the world. 80 more words

Comfort Zone

Scholarship winner to join fight against Alzheimer's

The 2015 Dani Griffin Innovation in Education Memorial Scholarship winner is Benton Turner, 2015 graduate and valedictorian of Lutheran High School, but he was not chosen for his impressive academic accomplishments, but for the power and passion that drives him in his future career path. 550 more words

Dani's Dreams Outdoor Education Center

One year in the "Real" World

Today marks the completion of one full year in the “real” world for me. I mean since the time i can remember, i was busy with academics… pre-school, school, graduation, post graduation… I was used to my academic life. 613 more words


Children's Writing And Mindfulness

Writing reflects our way of tying to observe our thoughts and mind.

This article has been a long time coming. To try and approach the complex issues of the relationship between mindfulness and writing has been interesting but difficult.

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School trip

I went on the boy’s school trip today.

50 children on a beach.

It is entirely possible that this is enough said. However, in case it isn’t – here are some edited highlights: 421 more words


Learning and Understanding: Promoting Connected Learning to Regain Educational Equity

I’ve always been a natural learner. School came easily to me – I never had to consciously think about how I learned or what strategies I used to learn. 677 more words


Ankhesenamen (Queen of Tutankhamen)

After undertaking a course on Ancient Egyptian Queens, I have decided to do a few posts on Ancient Egypt.

Ankhesenamen was the third daughter of Akhenaten and Nefertiti, born in Thebes, Egypt. 174 more words