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Recolonising design/decolonising the self

Today I want to talk about two essays I’ve read in these past weeks, both of which explore ideas around post-coloniality, and both of which made an impression on me for very different reasons. 772 more words

Citizenship Design

Research proposal - A student’s insight into the use and attitudes towards Cannabis


This research project will seek to compare usage findings made by the British Crime Survey with the views expressed by students of the University of Bedfordshire, on the issue of Cannabis use. 3,902 more words

Fine Motor Frenzy

With the increasing demands of general education curriculum, handwriting performance plays a crucial factor in a child’s academic success. For example, in the United States, approximately 60% of the school day is spent completing tasks involving fine motor skills. 311 more words

Occupational Therapy

"Ruins": Oriental vs Western

《廢墟的內化:傳統中國文化中對“往昔”的視覺感受和審美》by Wu Hung has discussed about the different perspectives towards ruins. The differences in the aesthetic value towards ruins may be emerged due to the different construction material- Europeans used stones; Chinese used timber. 553 more words

Reflex Rewind

Although many occupational therapists at Stones Worth Stepping practice Rhythmic Movement Training (RMT) to promote integration of reflexes, several therapists have expressed interest in learning more about the Svetlana Masgutova methods of integration. 373 more words

Occupational Therapy

Brush-a Brush-a Brush-a!

Okay folks, I’m not talking about brushing your teeth like Jan and her fellow Pink Ladies! I’m talking about the Wilbarger Brush Protocol!

The Wilbarger Deep Pressure and Proprioceptive Technique (DPPT) refers to methods established by Patricia Wilbarger, MEd, OTR, FAOTA. 491 more words

Occupational Therapy

In the Miso Soup, Ryu Murakami


After a tumultuous couple of months, my ability to concentrate on a book for more than a few minutes at a time made the task of finishing a novel very difficult. 357 more words