When it comes to keeping a journal, our minds stereotypically think of younger confused teens who rant about their daily emotional turbulences, or maybe even that one quiet sweetheart whom we all knew shared a special relationship with his/her diary. Continue reading “Harvesting Life Through Journaling”
We encounter the word feedback all the time, such as: customer feedback, employer feedback, employee feedback, guest feedback, school feedback, teacher feedback and the list goes on. Continue reading “Feedback: Gaining a Second Opinion”
Inquiry is something that each and every one of us do all day everyday – it’s how we function as humans, born curious and constantly seeking for answers yet to be discovered. It is also the reason that mankind is the fastest developing species with advanced technology that essentially roots from discovery. This unique characteristic in humans is what sets us apart from the other living creatures on earth, making it arguably the most important element in mankind. Continue reading “Inquiry: Our Natural Gift, Our Duty to Grow It”
From daily arguments with peers in your local coffee shop to competitive debates held in schools and universities, and even extending to aggressive politicians contending for different motions to be passed… debates exist not just to satisfy disagreements, but more importantly reflect the very nature of our democratic world. Continue reading “A Healthy Conflict: Debate”
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Education is the cornerstone of mankind’s progress. For decades, learning has been confined to classrooms and textbooks which ultimately lead to the loss of interest and restriction in creativity. Staying in our old ways of education has caused students worldwide to be frustrated or in more serious scenarios, give up the idea of education. Continue reading “Beeducation Learning Experiences”