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Nigel Coutts

Contemplating questions of work life balance - The Learner's Way - 16 views

    Oddly lately I have been pondering how schools responds to the question of a work life balance. Let me try to explain my thinking. I am still trying to clarify my thinking here, so please bear with me. What does it mean to achieve work life balance, and should we want to?
Martin Burrett

How important are children's life experiences? by @musingsofmrb - 16 views

    As much as possible my wife and I try  and engage our children in as many different activities as we can; whether it be rock pooling on South Wales beaches in the rain, feeding the animals at a local farm or watching the fantastic Balloon display at Bristol Balloon Fiesta...
Steve Ransom

Peter T. Coleman, PhD: The Consequences of Our Games - 2 views

    A great piece worth the time to reflect on. Mindfulness needs to be practiced frequently.

Education Is My Life | Use Instagram for Education with #Edugram - 24 views

    Instagram with #edugram
Michael Sheehan

Learning Never Stops: Life Organizers - Solutions to many of life's problems - 8 views

    Solutions to many of life's problems including homework and time management.
Mark Gleeson

Values for Life - 49 views

    Incursions to support values education
Martin Burrett

Life - Interactive Tree of Life - 113 views

    An interactive 'Tree of life' resource from the Open University.
Martin Burrett

Science | Interact with Your World - 1 views

    Watch great science animations and other resource which have been especially designed for children.
Jac Londe

Keys to long life: Longevity study unearths surprising answers - 41 views

  • Keys to long life
  • Friedman and Leslie R. Martin , a 1996 UCR alumna (Ph.D.) and staff researchers, have published those findings in "The Longevity Project: Surprising Discoveries for Health and Long Life from the Landmark Eight-Decade Study" (Hudson Street Press, March 2011).
  • It's never too late to choose a healthier path, Friedman and Martin said. The first step is to throw away the lists and stop worrying about worrying. "Some of the minutiae of what people think will help us lead long, healthy lives, such as worrying about the ratio of omega-6 to omega-3 fatty acids in the foods we eat, actually are red herrings, distracting us from the major pathways," Friedman said. "When we recognize the long-term healthy and unhealthy patterns in ourselves, we can begin to maximize the healthy patterns." "Thinking of making changes as taking 'steps' is a great strategy," Martin advised. "You can't change major things about yourself overnight. But making small changes, and repeating those steps, can eventually create that path to longer life."
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