Monthly Archives: October 2014

Teachers must get to know students and then learn how to teach them: Spivak – The Express Tribune

The teacher must get to know his students and try to learn how to teach this group,” she said. “In my classroom, I try not only to solve problems for my students but also produce problem-solvers.” Addressing the students in … Continue reading

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There’s a point to this rambling story. Read on.

Thoughts on a Tuesday morning: I left the University at about 5.30 last evening and boarded the No 4 bus to Capilano, produced my bus pass, as in showed it to the diver without removing it from my wallet, and … Continue reading

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An Indigenous Feminist’s take on the Ontological Turn: ‘ontology’ is just another word for colonialism

Originally posted on Urbane Adventurer: Amiskwacî:
Personal paradigm shifts have a way of sneaking up on you. It started, innocently enough, with a trip to Edinburgh to see the great Latour discuss his latest work in February 2013. I was…

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Re-imagining Capitalism: Love and Compassion in Economics | People-Centered Economic Development

In 1999, a conversation about the Ignorance and Want allegory from Dickens Christmas Carol began a business relationship that would last until my correspondents death. He was working at the time in Russia on a concept that hed written a … Continue reading

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Sex was invented in Scotland

Of course it was

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Invader-States Hijacked UN World Conference on Indigenous Peoples –

The meeting proved to be a predictable success for invader-states of the United Nations. It also marked a retreat from the forty years of international struggle towards indigenous peoples’ self-determination that took hold after the 71-day liberation of Wounded Knee … Continue reading

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Fink: Looking too Closely Fink, aka Fin Greenall, is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, producer and DJ.  He was born in 1972 in Cornwall, grew up in Bristol and is currently based in Brighton, UK.  His mother worked in the field of classical music and his…

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You and I are built of the same atoms as a fern or a ham sandwich | Thrive

Wh via You and I are built of the same atoms as a fern or a ham sandwich | Thrive.

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Watch: Danny MacAskill Does It Again | News from the Field |

Mind blowing.. Scottish cyclist Danny MacAskill, known for viral videos of his otherworldly bike-handling skills, has done it again with “The Ridge.” MacAskill returned to his home of Skye, the remote and rugged northern Scottish island, to shoot a video … Continue reading

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A love of revolutionaries

Revolutionaries are needed today as never before, and they are arising everywhere. How are you being called?

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