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Building Social and Emotional Intelligence in Children

How to Teach Connection and Civility

In our changing world, teaching children civility is more important than ever. Civility goes beyond being polite and courteous; it involves listening to others with an open mind, disagreeing respectfully, and seeking common ground to start a conversation about differences. 698 more words


Child Nutrition- South Africa’s biggest opportunity

Malnutrition in Africa has, as its stock standard image, the pot-bellied orphan with skinny arms and legs gazing out of NGO posters imploring for donations. But in South Africa, malnutrition has a significantly different face – that of a number of children in the country. 496 more words

Friends Come In All Variaties...Even Imaginary

Did you have an imaginary friend growing up? Or do you know a child that has an imaginary friend now? You might wondering, as a parent or caregiver, if it is natural for a child to engage in play with an imaginary companion. 520 more words

Spring 2018

At the intersection

When I started this blog, I wanted to investigate how innovation works at the intersection of society, business, and technology. More than four years later, after 132 post and over 130,000 words, it’s time to think about depicting this intersection, or at least giving a visual impression of what it’s like. 765 more words


My Ghana: Beyond Aid!

Ghana Beyond mediocrity
Ghana Beyond chop-chop
Ghana Beyond talk-talk
Ghana beyond crime
Ghana beyond filth
Ghana beyond corruption
Ghana beyond vigilantism
Ghana beyond partisanship
Ghana beyond religiosity… 56 more words

Change is … different! Living through economic and social forces

Donna Luisa‏ @DLE41

The ABC today.Recalling time when cussing not a language and unacceptable on radio..now the top ten songs identify with language of expression and free speech. 641 more words



our mother Ghana has been deemed one of the most endowed when it comes to resources. yet her children are among the poor countries in the world. 116 more words