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The guide is intended for anyone who wishes to use the competency frame of reference and the accompaniment model. You will find ideas to spur reflection and help you develop your own ways of accompanying others.
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Unfortunately, you can't change them. But you can change the way you interact with them.
You don’t see it coming. You probably couldn’t if you tried. The effects of large changes in scale are frequently beyond our powers of perception, even our imagination. They seem to emerge out of nowhere: the cumulative effects of climate change, the
Want to reward your workers without offering bonuses? The little things count, so look at this list of benefits that your staff will appreciate.
Brit Marling discusses the folklore and real-life research that went into her trippy Netflix series.
Finding a personal and professional middle ground is a constant struggle for entrepreneurs with a passion for business. This article can help.
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In the mid-1990s, I studied mathematics. I wasn’t really sure just what I wanted to do with my life, but I was awed by the power of mathematics to describe the natural world. After classes on differential geometry and Lie algebras, I attended a semin
The late statistics wizard Hans Rosling, who died this month at age 68, brought at least 10 toilet paper rolls to some of his beloved presentations. He would stack them into a tower on a table, each roll representing one billion people. In a 2012 t
IT’S EASY TO DISMISS PEOPLE WHO believe things that are factually incorrect—that vaccines cause autism, for example, or that climate change isn’t real. But if we really want to change how they think, we need to take an honest look at what’s driving t
In the United States, the nones have it. The nones being people with no organized religion and increasingly no belief in God or a universal spiritual power. They have the momentum, attention, and an expectation that in the future they will become a m
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Data modeling is the organization of databases into tools that help you use information as effectively and flawlessly as possible. Here's what you need to know to get started.
Millionaires say small moves make the biggest differences in your portfolio.
The trendy concept is in high demand among educators, but its specifics are vague.
Muji translates to “without brand,” which makes sense: The 37-year-old Japanese lifestyle retailer has built its business on products that don’t call attention to themselves. Asako Shimazaki is leading its push into the American market, with 12 store
A conversation with Michael Lewis about his new book on the research of Daniel Kahneman and Amos Tversky
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When she was a practicing occupational therapist, Elizabeth Fain started noticing something odd in her clinic: Her patients were weak. More specifically, their grip strengths, recorded via a hand-held dynamometer, were “not anywhere close to the norm
I was a wayward kid who grew up on the literary side of life, treating math and science as if they were pustules from the plague. So it’s a little strange how I’ve ended up now—someone who dances daily with triple integrals, Fourier transforms, and t
Smart Gardener brings ag-biz tech to the backyard.
Is there a danger in governments offering too-specific advice on sugar consumption?
The majority of those with autism are unemployed, but new pilot programs at big companies, such as EY and Microsoft, are discovering unexpected benefits from having "neurodiverse" colleagues.
IN SILICON VALLEY, FIVE YEARS MIGHT AS well be an epoch. When LinkedIn, the online network geared for professionals, went public in May 2011, it was heralded as the opening of a lucrative new frontier for fast-growing social-media firms. The stock po
Bella DePaulo never fantasized about a dream wedding or being a bridesmaid. Instead, she saw herself as “single at heart,” pursuing intellectual refinement, friendship, and solitude as a young psychologist. Still, she had internalized the popular ide
Make 2016 your year to prosper.
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Whether it's a betrayal, a personal dislike or a choice between public or private acknowledgement, personal conflicts can arise at work. Find out the right way to navigate these situations.
Each year, from 1913 to 1917, the psychologist Edmund S. Conklin would hand out a questionnaire to his new psychology students. Conklin wanted to see which superstitious habits or beliefs were the most and least enduring. He found that just over a qu
At Perea Preschool in Memphis, Tennessee, lesson plans come with a heaping portion of nutrition.