This article provides an inspired synopsis of how different major civilizations have used music, and specifically the spacing of musical notes, in different ways. Then she connects those different manners of usage to certain socio/politico/economic developments. Jill Mattson is a four time author/soundhealing expert, uses Sound Healing techniques with original music
We’ve all heard of restaurants getting great “word of mouth,” but Signs is getting great “word of hand.” All the waiters employed by Signs are deaf and happily teaching enthusiastic customers how to learn their language. The menu is in both english and sign language, with well-designed diagrams that show it’s patrons how to order their food with sign language.
Amid concerns about classroom bullying, educators are trying to incorporate anti-bullying and anti-violence programs into their curricula. In an effort to nurture empathy in children, some schools are using babies as teachers. VOA’s Carol Soh has more.
According to a local reporter, the students took to the streets multiple days in a row “to voice their concerns over a proposed curriculum review panel they believe could stifle an honest teaching of U.S. history.” But the story has now widened into a much larger controversy.
Longtime best friends will work to transform the abandoned six-story coal-fired Moran power plant on Burlington’s Lake Champlain waterfront from a derelict environmental mess into a landmark of ecological adaptive reuse.
Professor Steven Salaita says he stills wants to teach at University of Illinois. A professor of Indigenous studies who has been at the center of controversy
Alexis and HeartMath’s Howard Martin sit down to discuss the dynamics and mechanics of heart intelligence. Based on Brooks’ best-selling book Conscious Musings, of which Martin is featured in the chapter How to Manifest – Let’s Get to the Heart of the Matter, the two discuss the importance of not allowing mass media to co-opt the natural […]
I met author Seán Ó Nualláin at the Foundations of Mind conference Seán that organized and facilitated in Berkeley in February 2014. The first Foundations of Mind conference took place in 1995 in Sheffield, England, with other past conferences taking place in Dublin, Ireland, and this marks the first year that these conferences have taken place in the United States. […]
At least not of the traditional, compulsory, watch-the-clock-until-the-bell-rings kind. As a growing movement of unschoolers believe, a steady diet of standardized testing and indoor inactivity is choking the creativity right out of our kids. The alternative: set ‘em free.
If you can come up with a solution to a small problem there’s a much better chance you’ll actually be able to get it done. if you can peel off a small piece of a problem and then someone else peels off another small piece and you add them up, you’re constantly working toward a better place. Example: education reform
If you can teach more children to believe in themselves and speak their truth, what a wonderful world this will be! In this video clip, first-grade teacher Vicki Savini, (author of Ignite the Light) talks about empowering children at a young age about affirmations, mirror work, yoga, meditation and self-esteem, so they can have the tools they’ll need as they grow older to be their absolute best!
Everybody talks a lot. It’s one of the most frequent things we as human beings do. We need it to communicate. People do it for entertainment. Just because we all do it all the time doesn’t mean we have perfected the craft. Here are a bunch of common words everyone uses but most use incorrectly.
By Omar Cherif I always knew that being trilingual is helpful in writing and in communication in general. Other than thinking in different languages, the ability to word your thoughts in a variety of ways, and having a wider vocabulary to choose from there are also some other benefits. Something happened lately which reminded me […]
Alexis Brooks interviews one of the top researchers in dreams, Dr. Henry Reed to discuss the process of “constructive dreaming.” Dream researcher Henry Reed is called “The Father of the Dreamwork Movement,” and for good reason! Reed’s many years of research not only led to his overcoming some of his personal struggles but has literally […]
The Common Core educational initiative, according to its official website, strives to provide “a set of high-quality academic standards in mathematics and English language arts/literacy.” Its critics, however, see it very differently. This opposition, led by professors of education, mathematicians, former members of the Department of Education, the largest teachers’ union in the country, and countless other professionals, is seeking to derail this educational agenda before it can fully take over schools across the United States. Why are these groups opposed to Common Core, and what is Common Core’s real purpose? Find out more in this week’s BoilingFrogsPost.com Eyeopener report with James Corbett.