Monthly Archives: August 2014

Bold Acts of Defiance

Another assignment from my Creativity, Innovation and Change online class through Coursera. Basic Instructions The Bold Acts of Defiance exercise is one of the most tricky and difficult tasks in this course. By its very nature, the creative process involves … Continue reading

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More on Compassion…an interview with Thich Nhat Hanh

http://www.purposefairy.com/73471/how-to-practice-compassionate-listening/

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Reflections on Learning

Reflecting on your experiences in Leaders of Learning, how would you complete this statement and why? Please write a few sentences explaining yourself. I used to think ___________________, and now I think ___________________. The path I took when I first … Continue reading

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A Day of Compassion

┬áMy online Social Psychology class offered by Wesleyan University through Coursera.org gave our concluding assignment with a project called a Day of Compassion. So in researching the word compassion, I came up with different websites discussing this particular topic. I … Continue reading

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The Meaning of Compassion by Alex Lickerman, M.D.

What Compassion Is The real meaning of compassion Published on November 5, 2009 by Alex Lickerman, M.D. in Happiness in this World The other day I was out walking my son in his stroller (my now constant occupation) when a … Continue reading

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People Learn Best when…

I’m taking this online class through Edx.org. called Leaders in Learning offered by Harvard University. The last assignment is to come up with a design with my own theory of learning and design style. I the beginning of the class, … Continue reading

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