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Polished Steel: Lessons from the Dojo by Shaz Davis

Title: Polished Steel: Lessons from the Dojo

Author: Shaz Davis

Publisher: FirstLine Limited

Date of Publication: 8 June 2017

Genre: Self-Help

Rating: 5/5

This historical non-fiction written by Shaz Davis is a one of a kind book about real stories recalled and recollected by her and other students of Sensei. 448 more words

Self Help

Let's talk about those expectations, judgements and behaviours...

Development – Systems

Learning about the different systems that we live within, and the different theories and frameworks based on systems; has been a major interest and totally fascinates me. 848 more words

Skills

Week 4 Literature Review: Journalism- Principle and Practise by Harcup and Journalism in the Digital Age by Hebert.

In ‘Journalism- Principle and Practise’ Harcup discusses how interviewing is a key tool to any journalist. It creates a sense of nosiness that he affirms is an enjoyable part of journalism due to it: … 424 more words

Literature Reviews

Most important academic skill? English!

The other day I was reviewing a paper that looked quite interesting, but unfortunately was written in such poor English that I could not really understand what was going on. 145 more words

Didier Ruedin

The Teacher & The Salesman: A Communication Reference Guide for Delivering Engaging and Informative Discussions Using the POETIC Framework by Mohibul Nahar

Title: The Teacher & The Salesman: A Communication Reference Guide for Delivering Engaging and Informative Discussions Using the POETIC Framework

Author: Mohibul Nahar

Publisher: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited… 590 more words

Self Help

Commentary: What a 21st century pre-school education looks like

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

Help kids get a leg up in a digital world by teaching them communication and other essential 21st century skills, says University College London’s Imran Siraj. 1,020 more words

Current Affairs

The art of art in photography

I was recently having a conversation with someone who is wanting to improve their photography skills and the act of the conversation started a train of thought for me.   616 more words

Photography