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One at a Time

Are you juggling several activities at this moment? 

Checking e-mail while having a conversation, reading, or working on a project?


Beware of multitasking 

as a way to deal with stress and time pressure. 185 more words

No dillying as Jack makes his entrance

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A KATHERINE woman who gave birth next to her four-wheel-drive at the hospital\u2019s entrance stayed \u201creally calm\u201d throughout the drama. 3,014 more words

Northern Territory

Why you should not do your child’s homework !

Last week at a gathering over tea, we ladies (around 10) were gossiping on various subjects. The mood was light and the mint tea refreshing. But slowly the conversation started to heat up and I saw ladies all trying to speak at once. 885 more words


Time Pressure, Positivity, and Creativity in Elementary School Classrooms

Time Pressure, Positivity, and Creativity in Elementary School Classrooms

“Excessive emphasis on time pressure can result in learners striving to complete their work with a lack of originality” (61).

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The Holiest Holy of Holies

Having therefore, brethren, boldness to enter into the holiest by the blood of Jesus, By a new and living way, which he hath consecrated for us, through the veil, that is to say, his flesh; … 649 more words


Preparing Students for University … slowly

By Roy Peachey, Woldingham School

At the recent RGS conference, I drew on the principles of the slow movement to explore how schools can best prepare students for higher education, but the slow movement and slow education can be very easily misunderstood. 1,079 more words


Auditory Start Not "Realistic"

Converting light to bioelectrical signals that the brain can react to takes longer than biological sound signals to be processed. It’s evident already that the timer with auditory start signal is consistently faster because the OODA loop significantly shortened.

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